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Old 02-19-2012, 06:59 PM   #1
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I currently have the full KYB AGX kit on my focus with Intrax 2in drop spings. The kit is nice because it allows you to select a stiffness with a little dial on the strut. I dont know if it works as its been Set on 4 the entire time its been in my car (goes 1 to 8)Its been a good setup but its getting old. The setup probably has about 90k on it. It doesnt leak at all, none of the struts are blown, springs are rusted but they still work. It is a useable kit for someone looking to get cheap lows.
I dont need them anymore because I bought the Raceland Coilover kit.
If i were you, ide get a new set of springs, and slap these puppies in.
They do not require any camber bolts/camber plates/ toe arms/ camber arms. Just put them in and go.

Asking::::::: 100 + shipping

they are still in my car, but will be taken out next week when i do the swap.
I have these pictures of when i got them. They had 10k on them when i got them, and ive done about 80k since owning them








they look orange but are actually redish orange.


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Old 02-19-2012, 07:05 PM   #2
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edit, just saw it has 100k haha
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:26 PM   #3
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bah humbug, they will last awhile longer yet. Like i said, new springs and theyll be good to go.
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dont the tires go out fast with out toe arms on these struts and springs??
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ive never had anything but the struts and springs, i rotate my tires about twice a year and everything has been fine.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:21 PM   #6
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thats interesting cuz i heard they would go out @ 500 miles. And yet i could be wrong. anyway that little 1-8 thing, at 8 it would be lowered max? and 1 would be highest point? do they just go up and down if u were to spin the little black thing? i understand urs probably wont as u said b4.
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these are not coilovers. your ride height does not adjust. They are just a 2 inch drop.
The adjusters adjust the stiffness. aka 1 is really really soft and sloppy, 8 is pretty much just a metal rod connecting your car to its wheels so your feel EVERYTHING

EdiT: Again i have never adjusted them so this is just an assumption
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being that you have them in your possession, cant you just dial them and see if they twist or not? and hows the ride quality after the 90k miles and on 4? bumpy? stiff? thanks. and they look great btw for such low mileage!
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Old 02-20-2012, 09:04 PM   #9
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they adjust and work, i know that.
Yes they work. Not a huge dramatic difference on the street cruising, unless you have potholes, cracks, or are generally an insane driver.
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:10 AM   #10
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awesome i would recommend these to anyone :D really nice and a good deal, i myself got a pair, which i will install when weather is better.
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