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12-16-2012 10:12 PM
09vistabluecoupe
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Originally Posted by LS14EVR View Post
Yeah, I drive all highway so pretty easy to do. I rotate every 12K. I'm pretty easy on this car.
Thanks guys. Guess I'll start searching for a FRPP kit to purchase.
I've driven quite a few highway miles myself and haven't gotten more than 30k out of a set. I rotate every 5k when I change my oil too.
12-16-2012 04:15 PM
Baldurs390
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Original tires at 64k ? I'm on my 3rd set at 72k.
just put my third set on at 67k... drive hard and fast :)
12-16-2012 10:59 AM
LS14EVR
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Originally Posted by crice8 View Post
FRPP Kit. There are several posts out there about this already. Do a little searching and you will be amazed what all you find.
I've done searching but was still a bit confused on the topic.

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As far as swaybars go, you could upgrade to a 21mm sway bar. They were standard on the SVT focus and they can be found cheap.

There are other bigger swaybar options out there too
Thank You

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Originally Posted by 09vistabluecoupe View Post
Original tires at 64k ? I'm on my 3rd set at 72k.
Yeah, I drive all highway so pretty easy to do. I rotate every 12K. I'm pretty easy on this car.
Thanks guys. Guess I'll start searching for a FRPP kit to purchase.
12-15-2012 05:23 PM
09vistabluecoupe Original tires at 64k ? I'm on my 3rd set at 72k.
12-15-2012 03:06 PM
cristobal313 As far as swaybars go, you could upgrade to a 21mm sway bar. They were standard on the SVT focus and they can be found cheap.

There are other bigger swaybar options out there too
12-14-2012 10:55 PM
crice8 Indeed Im also on the FRPP
12-14-2012 10:53 PM
DinDan306 ^ agreed. That's what I'm on.
12-14-2012 10:50 PM
PSUrivie ^this. The FRPP kit would be a great choice.
12-14-2012 10:28 PM
crice8 FRPP Kit. There are several posts out there about this already. Do a little searching and you will be amazed what all you find.
12-14-2012 07:51 PM
LS14EVR
Suspension Options

So I have a 10 SES 2 door 5 speed daily driver. 100 miles round trip. Currently at 64K miles on the clock. Next summer I'll be looking to replace original tires, and suspension. I wouldn't mind a little lower, but nothing crazy. Already have my lowered 2002 Camaro SS. Just want something with a little less roll etc. I love my Koni's on my SS so that would be a great option if its available for my model. Thinking of maybe a 1" drop not much more. Maybe a swaybar upgrade if you think it'll help. Bushings. and then of course springs and shocks/struts. I don't need autocross handling. Just a little better than stock but nothing that's going to kill me on my daily commute. What's your opinions!? Also going for a bit better look. Thanks

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