Any brand you would recommend? These last few jobs wanna get right then I can sell itI would only go about 1" to 1-1/4" then. The more extreme lowering springs will be a VERY rough ride and make you bottom out all over the place. There a few brands that make springs for your car. I would get a set that have a stock like ride rather than a performance handling set if you want it to ride nice but either way it'll still handle better than stock springs.
Never lowered a car so it’s alien to me ,completely ! Just need to close that gap and still retain most of the suspension without bottoming out over bumps and stuffSupposedly, the ride quality is still very nice with these: Steeda Focus Lowering Springs (12-13 All), 555 8301
Why all the extra stuff before selling it? Those things shouldn’t add value or extra money. Might very well limit your marketability? Just curious. Putting lipstick on the car is one thing that helps bring looks and potential buyers. Suspensions changes like that might decrease the shoppers market.Any brand you would recommend? These last few jobs wanna get right then I can sell it
No judgement here. However, being a grown up means I get to play with grown up toys. And cars are one of those things in my opinion. I have a big family, so I just have to budget really well. I enjoy buying these $500 cars and getting them up and running for the children. I hope you get nice car when you are done. They are getting harder and harder to come by these last few years. Plus the prices of these cars are crazy.Because I’ve always wanted to modify a car since I was a kid and never ever got round to doing it so the last few jobs will finish it and tick that box for me then I can get a grown up car or something more suited to my age lol
Those cars are in the same category: compact hatchbacks. The glaring difference is price as those are high end versions but a Focus ST or RS would be more equal to them in performance and $.Not when the grown up car is an Audi s3 or golf r 7.5
I have owned several fords down the years had a mk 2 st which I loved and I just feel like this is me done now I want something abit more special the golf r is amazing with its virtual cockpit and honestly that’s the way I’m heading as never really owned a VWThose cars are in the same category: compact hatchbacks. The glaring difference is price as those are high end versions but a Focus ST or RS would be more equal to them in performance and $.
I was looking into an Audi A3 before I bought my Focus but the Golf was a little too small. I wasn't going to shell out the $ for an S series or a special edition GTI for a commuter but if you have the means then I don't see why not.