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Im looking to upgrade the car suspension, I know I would have to get new sway bar for the back & front, new suspension with new spongers (coiler over I suppose), I'm not sure what else I would need to upgrade to have a better handling over all, what do you all recommend to purchase.
 

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I am running BC racing coilovers. Along with white line front end links and front sway bar. And then JBR rear sway bar with billet brackets. It great changes the car with just those modifications.

We also sell all these products on rebeldevilpower.com

JBR is not listed on the site yet but if you contact us, we can get you pricing.

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I currently have a Steeda rear swaybar and billet brackets, Steeda springs (still on stock struts) with front and rear tower braces and it handles much better than stock and is still decently comfortable of a ride


Also it would be helpful to know what you are looking for out of it (mines my daily not a race car lol) and hiw much you can or are willing to spend as there are a few good options in different price points
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I am running BC racing coilovers. Along with white line front end links and front sway bar. And then JBR rear sway bar with billet brackets. It great changes the car with just those modifications.

We also sell all these products on rebeldevilpower.com

JBR is not listed on the site yet but if you contact us, we can get you pricing.

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It'll cost a little more then again its a one of the better setups.....
 

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I currently have a Steeda rear swaybar and billet brackets, Steeda springs (still on stock struts) with front and rear tower braces and it handles much better than stock and is still decently comfortable of a ride


Also it would be helpful to know what you are looking for out of it (mines my daily not a race car lol) and hiw much you can or are willing to spend as there are a few good options in different price points
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My car is a daily but I want to reduce body role and have better handling overall, price wise i don't really have limit.
 

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Does any one also know of a good drum to disk brake conversion kit for a 2014 focus SE?
We sell the conversion kit at rebeldevilpower.com. Under the performance section.

I have the VMAXX BBK. Overkill for our cars and then I have the biggest Volvo rotor in the rear with mazda caliper bracket and hawk pads.


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We make rear Strut tower braces!

I have an RDC rear strut brace and mountune front strut brace

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I seen this on rebeldevilpower website but wasn't so sure if this would actually help.
Honestly not sure how much help the rear bar is as I did springs and rear sway at the same time but if you have a hatch it kinda kills the usefulness of the trunk but

If you like where mines sitting I would recomend the Steeda springs. Coilovers add cost without much benefit for a daily unless you want to go low in my opinion.


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Great setup^^^.....Wilwood possibly has a 2 piece rotor for the rears.
 

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Honestly not sure how much help the rear bar is as I did springs and rear sway at the same time but if you have a hatch it kinda kills the usefulness of the trunk but

If you like where mines sitting I would recomend the Steeda springs. Coilovers add cost without much benefit for a daily unless you want to go low in my opinion.


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yea i have a sedan, so it wouldn't really affect my trunk space but if there no real benefit then it not necessary to get lol and the coilovers, aside from not being that comfortable for a daily but it would help the car with turns at least to make it fun around corner? lol.
 

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yea i have a sedan, so it wouldn't really affect my trunk space but if there no real benefit then it not necessary to get lol and the coilovers, aside from not being that comfortable for a daily but it would help the car with turns at least to make it fun around corner? lol.
Yes coilovers will help handling but so will the springs I mentioned just at a lower cost. Coilovers give you adjustable ride height over just springs but at a higher cost was my point. I'm not tring to stop you just throwing in my two cents, I throw money at all kinds of stuff because I want to.

And I'm sure the bar does help some just not sure how much as did the whole rear of my car at once. It will reduce some flex in hard corners

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Yes coilovers will help handling but so will the springs I mentioned just at a lower cost. Coilovers give you adjustable ride height over just springs but at a higher cost was my point. I'm not tring to stop you just throwing in my two cents, I throw money at all kinds of stuff because I want to.

And I'm sure the bar does help some just not sure how much as did the whole rear of my car at once. It will reduce some flex in hard corners

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Yea i got you chief, i appreciate the input, any input helps lol
 

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My set up is fortune auto coilovers, whiteline rear sway bar (modified to fit my massive endlinks) and massive rear camber arms


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