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Old 09-25-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
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Lowering HELP?!

I have a 2000 focus zx3 with eibach pro kit an sachs performance shocks an struts. bought the car with them on it. pro kit lowered it 1". i would like it way lower. i do not care about the ride, but i care about handling an look. i do not want coilovers. and i AM NOT cutting the springs. What is the lowest springs that you know of?
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Old 09-25-2013, 10:01 AM   #2
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I'd go w/ the Eibach sportline system= springs/dampers. I got mine from the tirerack for $441.00. I had the frpp's k/w springs w/ svt dampers before & wanted to go lower w/ a fixed platform package. I do like the H&R sport cup kit= 2.6'' drop, but that would of been to low for me, being a DD.
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just go full coils. i personally have k sports. the ride isn't bad but if i had the money i would of gone H&R's all day
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Checkout Raceland USA. They have brand new coilovers for $369.00. I just put them on. They're great. If I could figure out how to post a photo I would have, sorry.
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Checkout Raceland USA. They have brand new coilovers for $369.00. I just put them on. They're great. If I could figure out how to post a photo I would have, sorry.
wow didn't know those were so cheap (in a good way). Are they good quality?
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wow didn't know those were so cheap (in a good way). Are they good quality?
Depends, if you plan to drive your car to the store then yes, but if you want to somewhat daily it and some track, since they do not have a dampening setting they aren't all that adjustable for a proper track setup
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Depends, if you plan to drive your car to the store then yes, but if you want to somewhat daily it and some track, since they do not have a dampening setting they aren't all that adjustable for a proper track setup
Well they would probably work for me. This isn't a car I would take to a track, just alittle fun backroad driving from time to time. Thanks.
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These have only been out less than a week. So I'm not sure how any one can question the quality. I can say that they, appear to be built very well, they went on with no problem, the cars sits perfect and the ride is solid but as expected, bumpy. I'm running 205/40/17 tires on a stock wheels. I believe they have a 2 year warranty.
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im on the same boat right now, i have coilover right now but i need to replace them since the front passenger is blown, and looking for a the lowest springs out there i found the twin s, h&r made a cup kit but it isnt available anywhere anymore
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