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Old 04-07-2005, 10:46 PM   #1
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who makes the best strut tower brace and sway bars out there .For the front and rear, for a 03 svt focus


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Old 04-07-2005, 10:59 PM   #2
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focus sport my friend. go to www.focussport.com and sway bars i know H&R makes a rear one for sure and i think eibach has front and rear. Although, the factory ones are pretty darn big as they are, so you may not want to spend the money and spend it on some other mods.
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I personaly like H&R sway bars (check FocusSport.com) Eibach are decent to also cheaper (price wise) you can also check FocusSport for strut tower braces. There are a couple others that make tower braces also.
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and strut tower bars are worthless.
not if you're trying to make your engine bay look pretty
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Frush is right though, they are pretty much pointless on the focus. It's like a 95% looks, 5% actual "performance" part. The focus is known to have very strong towers as it is. I bought one for looks and put it on, felt absolutely NO difference in suspension stabalization, etc.
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