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Old 03-29-2013, 07:59 AM   #1
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Eibach is developing 2 different models of coilovers that are not yet available but some info about them just got out up on their site. I don't think they come with springs either but my first mods will be in the suspension dept since there isn't much you can do for more power besides a CAI, Header & exhaust.

I'm going to do their springs & swaybars & when the coilover struts come out I will be adding them. After that will be rear disc brake conversion from the current drums and replacing the front rotors & calipers with the 4 piston 310mm vented & slotted free floating Brembo front rotors & calipers in red.

Hopefully by the end of summer there will be a few more headers introduced that are actually street legal & intended for the MK3 series as well as a tuner by someone and maybe even an intake & bigger throttle body or a set of cams. I have hope, there is a lot of potential I see in this car.

Would love to be able to get my hands on some custom rods, pistons, cams & a crank & valves so I could go pull the head & port it out larger.

If I can find a totaled focus with the engine still ok in the next month I'm going to skip the suspension work & bore it out & call cosworth to get the rod, piston, crank, bearing & head work specs.

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