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02-02-2013 09:45 AM
qweesy I ordered CFM's LAST black one in stock 4 point lower brace he said the lower fitment is NOT because of the exhaust it is because the Getrag 6 sits lower than the MTX75 and the auto trans so for the SVT you MUST get the lower fitment model otherwise the getrag will come in to contact with the brace.

They only have 1 silver one left in stock of the lower style mount

Thanks badazz
02-01-2013 09:09 PM
badazz2010focus If your running 45s you should be ok
02-01-2013 01:56 PM
qweesy well the SVT is .75 lower than a plain jane focus and the steeda kit drops it another .75 so Im at 1.5in drop Im using 17in Ford Racing Black rallys with stock tire size 215/45/17.
01-31-2013 07:03 PM
badazz2010focus Your tire size plays a big role in this too my brother, Listen you cant run anything shorter then a 45 if you do you'll bottom out on speed bumps.......ask me how I know LOL was running 205/40r16's big mistake then I went back to 205/50 16's and it raised the car enough to where I can roll regularly over speed bumps without having to slow down to 0 mph. Your suspension should be more then stiff enough for you to not have issues it depends how low you are anything below 1.5 you'll have issues and like I said tire height plays a huge roll. I dont know if I have alternate fit or not I dont have an ORP I have stock exhaust not that it's much different my cfm has never hit my exhaust at all.
01-31-2013 03:35 PM
qweesy will the standard fitment work on the SVT WITH the CFM ORP? id rather have the clearance if it will..... in that pic with your hand it looks like it might how much space is in between your ORP and that lower fitment 4point brace?

Im on steeda springs, koni yellows,Eibach sways full, Massive adj Sway endlinks Prothane kit bushings and Massive upper strut mount massive rear Strut tower mount and Massive camber + toe arms in the rear + Delrin spacers in rear + poly powerflex exhaust mounts all the way back
10-05-2012 07:45 AM
badazz2010focus I cant afford a torsen I wish I could thought LOL, I was told by Carl that it's not a good idea to do a front sway bar with blown out shocks and struts as it would result in unpredictable handling.
10-05-2012 06:46 AM
A torsen will do ya'

Originally Posted by badazz2010focus View Post
LMAO yeah I do experience some front end push in anything over 40 mph big time.
Then I'd add cfm's control arm's & a Torsen. That'll suck the nose around the corners.
10-03-2012 08:34 AM
badazz2010focus LMAO yeah I do experience some front end push in anything over 40 mph big time.
10-03-2012 08:24 AM
They'll hang, can you?

Originally Posted by badazz2010focus View Post
will they work for 2g's?
Yeah, they'll hang more then you can throw at them= hang on, he we go. lol
10-03-2012 06:49 AM
badazz2010focus will they work for 2g's?
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