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Old 03-25-2013, 03:09 AM   #1
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Ksport Coilovers...

I'll be quick since I've made a thread about a similar topic and I don't want to ramble.

I'm going to eventually get around to buying a set of Ksport Kontrol Pro coilovers. I already know which kit to buy but I was informed that I would need an additional camber kit for the rear, even though Ksport's site says that I won't. So I was just looking for a second opinion.

Other than the coilover kit itself, what will I need?

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pretty much anything over a 1.5" drop and you will have alignment issues (toe and camber). It's best to get a kit for it to save your tires. Check out the ones that Massive has. I have to old style ones and love them.


Here are the camber arms:
http://massivespeedsystem.com/_massi.../i-404431.aspx


Here are the toe arms:
http://massivespeedsystem.com/_massi.../i-404029.aspx
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pretty much anything over a 1.5" drop and you will have alignment issues (toe and camber). It's best to get a kit for it to save your tires. Check out the ones that Massive has. I have to old style ones and love them.


Here are the camber arms:
http://massivespeedsystem.com/_massi.../i-404431.aspx


Here are the toe arms:
http://massivespeedsystem.com/_massi.../i-404029.aspx


Thanks a lot for the info. Another question, though.

Will I need one for each wheel, or will the two that appear to come with the packs suffice?

Sorry for my lack of knowledge, I've tried researching elsewhere with no results.
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The kit comes with two arms. One for each rear corner.
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Which kit fits our generation?
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Which kit fits our generation?
http://ksportusa.com/b2c/products.php?cat=147

Ford Focus 2006-2007 Kontrol Pro Coilover System ( 50mm OEM )
Upper Mount Front =P/U, Upper Mount Rear=ATM; Spring Rates Front =9/504, Spring Rates Rear=6/336, Notes=50mm OEM

This kit will fit our generation.
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