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Old 03-12-2009, 09:06 PM   #1
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Step3? Step 2?

Ok so im running tien S. Tech springs with stock stuts and shocks. my question is do i get sway bars and upper/lower front and rear strut bars or do i get adj. Shocks and struts first??

also whats your perferred brand on these as well? i've only looked up tokico and kyb.

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DEFF shocks an struts first no if's and's or but's. then front an rear braces, then sway's
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which shocks and struts though? are you using kyb?
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Im running Koni adjustables
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With good shocks you may feel you don't need a bigger bar at all. A stock or SVT bar may work just fine.
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With good shocks you may feel you don't need a bigger bar at all. A stock or SVT bar may work just fine.
ehhh i have koni's with roush springs an the SVT rear sway an never feeled a thing.
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H andR cup kit is the best suspension for focus,and i think the kit comes with coil overs but you half to buy your own sway bar.you put sway bar on last
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i have the s techs as well and am running on agx's they are crap for a 2 inch drop. they are made for 1.5 inches MAX. so dont get those in a year you will need to redo them. hope this helps
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sweet AGX off my list. i think i may want a harder damper jsut for the traffic weaving(safely) but also soft for when im takin the wife out plus were having kids. so i want to make sure its comfortable but has the ability to take corners (for a sedan SPI)
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sweet AGX off my list. i think i may want a harder damper jsut for the traffic weaving(safely) but also soft for when im takin the wife out plus were having kids. so i want to make sure its comfortable but has the ability to take corners (for a sedan SPI)
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