|07-21-2016 04:09 PM|
This thread was started to list info. on existing suspension kits, at the time on the older models.
There have been no lift kits for any of the models to date, including your MkIII type.
You could start a new thread here or in the MkIII section for ideas, maybe even look in the rally Racing section to see what has been done with older cars for a SMALL lift (custom spring spacers for the cheap end, very expensive commercial custom suspension at the high end).
The car is NOT body on frame, so a body lift is not possible.
Here's just one Rally thread for ideas:http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/r...y-x-build.html
P.S. - yet to see anyone try to space lower the suspension sub frames/struts/swing arms/steering/engine& trans mounts.
|07-21-2016 01:26 PM|
2014 SE Hatchback Lift
I am new to a Focus and this thread . What I would like is information on lifting suspension or body around 2 inches without spending lot of money. Any ideas or info would be appreciated. 2014 Focus SE Hatchback.
|10-14-2015 11:55 PM|
|slow_solo_focus||trust me, youre not|
|10-14-2015 08:16 PM|
|Stoenr||Thanks. I did not want to start another thread. Im surprised it hasn't been kept so active. I feel like I'm the only 07 owner out there, doing work.|
|10-14-2015 12:12 AM|
Quote is from an OLD post, but still valid if you can find a kit for sale.
Omni kit to fit it to a newer model, the bar is for the REAR and is 21mm instead of the std. 20mm if you have one.
|10-13-2015 11:06 PM|
And I assume that's a beefier front sway bar in the kit? Work with stock parts?
|08-09-2015 04:46 AM|
|07-24-2015 11:48 AM|
|slow_solo_focus||Better question is.... Will the bolts provide another ~1* of camber...|
|07-22-2015 11:17 PM|
|In a Focus group||
|07-13-2015 02:04 AM|
|sailor||Should be avail. aftermarket, and the BST section here could be of help for used parts others took off to put on something lower.|
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