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09-10-2012 12:05 PM
Geezer I can assure you that stock shocks with the GC Focus kit (400+ lb/in spring rates) will not last very long at all (we're talking as short as a few days or weeks). Stock shocks can not dampen those kind of spring rates and will be easily overpowered.
09-10-2012 04:12 AM
TheGlassMaker It says in the little options box after you put the focus into in, that the kit works with stock shocks and koni shocks.
09-10-2012 03:44 AM
Paladin that is how it was done back in the day. still works pretty well.
09-07-2012 09:11 PM
felixthecat
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Those are considered coilovers and Ground control is a very reputable company. They convert just about any shock/strut to coil over use. Ground Control uses some serious spring rates so you want to use a serious shock/strut with their conversion kits.
Thats when you step up to Koni yellows.
09-06-2012 11:59 PM
Geezer Those are considered coilovers and Ground control is a very reputable company. They convert just about any shock/strut to coil over use. Ground Control uses some serious spring rates so you want to use a serious shock/strut with their conversion kits.
09-06-2012 05:54 PM
sam fisher
wat?

http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/part...oilovers//1027

doesnt look like coilovers to me..

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