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  • Q: Spring rate  Ade1 year ago

    I'm a bit confused over the quoted spring rates for these. The standard springs on the Focus are stiffer in the back than the front as the rear suspension calculates out to a wheel rate of 0.49. Do the quoted spring rates allow for that as I would expect the rears to be twice the value they are listed at?
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      A:  Despite stock spring rates, most aftermarket brands opt for a lower spring rate in the rear with FoST coilovers, typically in the 4-6k range on standard setups.

      Marcus E. @ RallySport Direct 9 months ago  
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  • Q: Br coilovers   admiral11b5 years ago

    In the review they said it was out of toe, was there any other kits added to this in order to fix it or was it able to be fixed with the alignment? Just wondering if I was to need a camber or toe kit?
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      A:  Based off his review it seems that he was referring to the vehicle being out of OEM alignment specs after he installed the coilovers but before he went for an alignment. That is to be expected whenever you change the height of a vehicle as the geometry of the suspension changes from the OEM specs. The E-22-BR kit comes standard with front camber plates which can be used to adjust the camber to your desired specs and toe in the front can be adjusted with OEM components on the vehicle. The rear camber/caster/toe can be adjusted with OEM components as well. Please keep in mind that this information varies depending on how low you go with the vehicle. At some point you can be so low that the alignment cannot be brought back to OEM specs with the OEM components.

      BC Racing @ BC Racing 5 years ago  
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