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What Lowering Springs??????

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Hi All

Im looking at lowering springs for my 2011 Fezzy Titanium,

there are obviously two choices to go for.... H&R or Eibach...?? and also what size??

I want a low aggresive look so would 30mm do or do i go for the full 50mm??

Would be nice if anyone has done this and sends pictures to see comparison :)

James

2011 Fiesta Titanium 1.4 TDCI Panther Black

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Eibach are the ones which won't void your warranty.

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thats mine on 30mm eibachs and it handles like a dream now. not sure but anymore than 30 could be asking for problems but dont really know. hope that helped

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i have a set of lo suspension 50mm springs that have never been used going on the cheap. bought them with the intention of fitting myself then got a great deal on the eibachs so these have been gathering dust ever since. i think someone else on here bought and fitted them but i never saw any pics. ha06zza was the username or something similar, hes making a mountune replica i think

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Yeah i think 30mm is the good size! looks good and is everyday friendly aswell!

Thanks Guys!

Any of you want a guide on how to fit a ZS spoiler on a titanium 5 door as iv done this to mine

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i have a set of lo suspension 50mm springs that have never been used going on the cheap. bought them with the intention of fitting myself then got a great deal on the eibachs so these have been gathering dust ever since. i think someone else on here bought and fitted them but i never saw any pics. ha06zza was the username or something similar, hes making a mountune replica i think

How much dude?

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How much did the 30mm springs affect the ride? Is it a lot firmer than the factory Zetec S/S1600 springs?

I think it looks 100% better, but I wouldn't be willing to sacrifice any comfort for it.

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30s a waste of time, 40 or lower, go low or go home

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30s a waste of time, 40 or lower, go low or go home

I'd love to see some pics of the losuspension fitted

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Ha06zza is the only person Im aware of who has fitted them. So I've not heard anything bad from him but that's a majority of 100% from 1/1 people! Sorry man

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Ya see guys I'm all technical and all fitting my own stuff haha but Iv been on FOC for over a year and I still can't work out how to upload a !Removed! picture haha! Help! I have hundreds to upload!!! It's been a long project

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30s a waste of time, 40 or lower, go low or go home

i hear you have 50mm on yours how are they?

what make do you have?

cheers

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I have 40s mate want to go 50 tho I think, 40s brill because it's still pratical and I push it to the limit round bends haha, cost me 70 quid and I fitted them myself, best mod yet! Lo springs btw

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Looks sick! Love the wheels and decals, now you've got the hang of it, start a thread and fill us with more pics please!!! I'd love to see how it progressed :)

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