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Not that I have anything against Eibach, but are they the only ones who make a good swaybar kit for the Focus?
 

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No, Steeda does. But, i have the Eibach's on sale right now through Ford Racing. They are the 22mm front and 25mm rear with the energy suspension mounts and endlinks. These are $264 right now.
 

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No, Steeda does. But, i have the Eibach's on sale right now through Ford Racing. They are the 22mm front and 25mm rear with the energy suspension mounts and endlinks. These are $264 right now.
And before I forget, what about the SVT brake conversion kit (the whole thing)? If you can do it without the rotors to cut price that would be great as I wanna go with better rotors than the crappy stock SVT ones anyways.
 

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I wouldn't call Eibach quality... Or I should say their bushings... I and one other person I know of have had mass problems with the front swaybar bushings being too big allowing excessive movement and thunking noises.
 

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Mike's kit comes with the energy bushings, etc. Won't that solve that issue?
 

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It could. Not sure. Just make sure the ID of the bushings is no bigger than the OD of the swaybar. Mike could probably tell you those measurments if you call him up.

I replaced my Eibach front one with an H&R 24mm which I like better anyway. And has Teflon bushings which need no lube ever which is nice.
 

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Nice. How much that set you back?
 

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And before I forget, what about the SVT brake conversion kit (the whole thing)? If you can do it without the rotors to cut price that would be great as I wanna go with better rotors than the crappy stock SVT ones anyways.

do some research. there are no better rotors then the stock SVT ones. dont use drilled and slotted unless you enjoy wrapping foci around trees because your brakes faded.
 
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