|06-10-2009 05:08 PM|
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|03-29-2009 08:43 PM|
most important things in autocross
|03-01-2009 07:08 PM|
|Insane||I recently put on the Eibach 25mm rear sway bar and I still have the OEM stock sway bar on due to problems with fitment. Since I've had it on I had a nice warm day to see what I got. With everything out of the rear and tires down to 32psi I noticed it was a bit tail happy if pushed a little more. It honestly scared me. With the stock sway bar in front I don't feel as confident as I did with the OEM bar. So, if your going to keep the front sway bar stock I wouldn't go with anything bigger than a 24mm bar in the rear. I do think however the Eibach kit will handle very well once I received the right bar and have it installed. With the 16X7 rotas and 215/45/16 kuhmo xs my car should be a delightful drive.|
|03-01-2009 03:14 PM|
Awesome thread! I've learned so much!
Someone needs to make a thread about how to lighten your focus.
|02-23-2009 09:06 PM|
|SMITHBOY76908||I appreciate all the input everyone. I got my ford racing shocks/struts from cfm. I haven't installed them yet though. I'm definitely looking forward to it.|
|02-22-2009 10:47 PM|
|02-22-2009 09:27 PM|
|steve35svt||Right now I'm playing in G-stock so I'm kind of limited to tire pressure adjustments. Maybe once I convince the I'd get better mileage with adjustable shocks it will be a little more tuneable. Thanks for the input.|
|02-22-2009 08:33 PM|
The focus does like to throttle off oversteer, but you can use that to your advantage on an course, and dial it down a bit with swaybar and tire pressure adjustment. The throttle off oversteer is even more helpful if you're running an LSD...I still need to get me one of those.
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