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2010sesblue 10-11-2012 04:18 PM

New member looking for options!!!
 
my name is zach I own a 2010 ses blue and I want to lower and do exhaust and other mods I'm open to all thoughts shout them at me

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felixthecat 10-11-2012 09:18 PM

Mods
 
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Originally Posted by 2010sesblue (Post 4399954)
my name is zach I own a 2010 ses blue and I want to lower and do exhaust and other mods I'm open to all thoughts shout them at me

[welcome] to FF, Zach.
Whats your budget? As far as lowering how far do you want to go? Exhaust= Are you going to add a header?

cbr1100xx 10-12-2012 04:09 PM

I lowered my '10 SE 1.5" drop with:

SVT shocks/struts damper kit
M-18000-ZX3B -Ordered from Tousley Ford

SVT springs:
FORD RACING 2006-2007 FOCUS PERFORMANCE SPRING KIT M-5560-ZX3B

*I got the springs off Ebay. They are no longer produced.

* If you can't find them then you can look for these springs instead:
M-5560-ZXM1* these may ride a bit stiffer than the SVT springs.

I did none of the labor. A shop did. I like the result: better look, better handling.

No idea on exhaust since all I have is springs/struts and Steeda short throw shifter.

But FSWerks Stealth seems to be popular as far as exhausts go.

2010sesblue 10-12-2012 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by felixthecat (Post 4400454)
Quote:

Originally Posted by 2010sesblue (Post 4399954)
my name is zach I own a 2010 ses blue and I want to lower and do exhaust and other mods I'm open to all thoughts shout them at me
[welcome] to FF, Zach.
Whats your budget? As far as lowering how far do you want to go? Exhaust= Are you going to add a header?


i got money about 600 right now but i want to lower first i was looking a sportline ebach 1.6 inch drop but i dont know about struts so? then exhaust i got a lunch box looking for cheap or just great sound muffler i like tone but not to loud.

felixthecat 10-13-2012 10:16 AM

Do it right the 1st time, you don't want a hack it do you?
 
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Originally Posted by 2010sesblue (Post 4402604)
Quote:

Originally Posted by felixthecat (Post 4400454)

i got money about 600 right now but i want to lower first i was looking a sportline ebach 1.6 inch drop but i dont know about struts so? then exhaust i got a lunch box looking for cheap or just great sound muffler i like tone but not to loud.


If you want to lower it= Find a desent kit 1st, w/ what cash you have. For exhaust, If your going to add a muffler= Why not a 2.5'' mandrel bent system, unless your looking for noise= different tone & no performance.

2010sesblue 10-13-2012 09:52 PM

07?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by cbr1100xx (Post 4401953)
I lowered my '10 SE 1.5" drop with:

SVT shocks/struts damper kit
M-18000-ZX3B -Ordered from Tousley Ford

SVT springs:
FORD RACING 2006-2007 FOCUS PERFORMANCE SPRING KIT M-5560-ZX3B

*I got the springs off Ebay. They are no longer produced.

* If you can't find them then you can look for these springs instead:
M-5560-ZXM1* these may ride a bit stiffer than the SVT springs.

I did none of the labor. A shop did. I like the result: better look, better handling.



No idea on exhaust since all I have is springs/struts and Steeda short throw shifter.

But FSWerks Stealth seems to be popular as far as exhausts go.




so even through they are for 07 they fit a 2010?
M-3000-ZX3 ?


http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FMS-M-18000-ZX3B/
with
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/sk...Front+And+Rear

felixthecat 10-14-2012 01:34 AM

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Originally Posted by 2010sesblue (Post 4403936)
so even through they are for 07 they fit a 2010?
M-3000-ZX3 ?

Your in the wrong section for suspension. There are tons & tons of info in the stickies.


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