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Old 06-24-2005, 06:38 PM   #1
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Need infor ON SVT suspension kit

OK, I find this ammusing and Looking for a confirmation from the baord.
I was purchasing the SVT supension kit m-3000-zx3. and one of teh guys over at FRPP stated to me while I was leaving a meeting that the kit did not fit a SE model Focus. Yet to my knowledge it fits all model focuses as a universal upgrade.
And confirmations the kit fits the SE model foci

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Old 06-24-2005, 07:57 PM   #2
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uh oh... the FRPP employees must be on crack again...

svt kit fit's all except wagon
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The only thing in doubt is if you have an 05 model S or SE model there are no mounts on the crossmember to mount a swaybar. I have an 05,but I made my own mount and mounted the Progress bar and it works great.
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I work for Ford and have never heard that one. The only thing may be that if yours didnt come with a rear sway bar, you may have to get the brackets and bushings seperatly. I know of no difference other than that.
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