Ill check with V-Maxx to find out that info. I'm pretty sure there will be a sale on the remaining coilovers in stock, all will be updated with new parts.
I'm not sure vince, I think something will be done, but not sure what, I haven't heard anything on that yet.....as soon as I know ill let you all knowI dont suppose there's only plans for customers that have already purchased the Focus II Kits that were being sold as focus III kits?
Like a refund/partly refund or replacement
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Ok, so you've also had the same experience with adjustment and had to install them the same for fender measurements. That is the main concern in the discussion, as I don't think that the majority of people want or should have to run without helpers and locking collars in order to achieve their desired ride height. According to the V-Maxx specifications, there should be 40mm of adjustment in the front and 30mm in the rear. This is well over an inch in each end, but when installed without helpers in the front (but with locking collar) and the rear at full-up, there is over 1/2" difference and that difference would be greatly increased by the installation of the helpers.
Idk, I'm just surprised that no one would have mentioned this within the year or two that people have been running them. I don't have much of a choice now that I've bought them, but I would have much rather put that money towards a set of coils that could do what was advertised. For everyone that wants to go full-low and run it year-round (and are willing to run without the locking collar), these can indeed do that. But ultimately I plan on moving to an area that actually gets snow, and having the ability to not be 2" from the ground is what I thought I was purchasing.
Thanks for your input!
But I love smashed oil pans, don't you? [thumb]Low cars can be driven in the snow no problem. I live in Seattle Wa and i personally drive a 2001 VW Golf. The Girl drives a 2012 Focus SEL sedan. and its in the process of being lowered. *we will get to that in a second* I drive my car @ 22.5" FTG and in a MK4 vw laying frame would be at 21.5" Or 21.25" People debate on this all the time. *stupid argument if you ask me. Air Ride kids are weird... [werd]* But what im getting at is i have about 1"of clearance between the bottom of my car And the ground. Depending on witch side of the argument your on... And i have made many of drives over mountains in the snow. Now im not going to lie its not the funnest thing in the world. but its possible with out a hiccup. AND YOU GUYS ARE LUCKY YOU HAVE VERY LITTLE HANGING BELOW YOUR CAR!
Nope it just kinda pushes it out of the way my cars like a snow plow and out here in wa even on the mountain passes they keep the roads below 2" or 3"So you have no trouble driving with 4-5" of snow on the ground, and being that low?
Yes I did say I was getting the adj mod done, but until V-Maxx gives me the go-ahead and funds to have them all made I'm waiting on themBut you said you are the one getting the rear adjusters. You are the one that keeps saying this coming week or weekend. Just read through the last page or two of the thread.
I have to say, if your car acts like a plow, aren't you worried about damaging your bumper?Nope it just kinda pushes it out of the way my cars like a snow plow and out here in wa even on the mountain passes they keep the roads below 2" or 3"
And I run snow tires that's the only thing I change blizzaks on all 4 and I've never been stuck the only thing that is a problem in the snow is I can't get chains on if the dot is requiring it so I'll have to risk a ticket
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