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I unpacked mine yesterday and borrowed all the required tools from a friend.
I am working half day tomorrow and then straight home to install it at 55mm drop. Reading the manual, it seems an easy installation but I doubt it will take me less than 2hr.
UK - England
Good man….I shall be “playing” tonight once in from work😜
Revo – Stage2 Beta Map – 447hp 601nm
Received mine yesterday installation is a easy job 90 minutes and your ready to go. lowered the seat 5,5 cm what a difference it is a totally different car now! Very happy!
Any news on these?
How much and where from?
Still waiting on mine .. can anybody tell me what tools are required and torque values ?
It’s all in the installation document that you will receive from JCR
I know but I need to buy a torque wrench and would like to do that before mine arrive .
15-47Nm is the range of torques 😉
UK - Scotland
It would be handy to have a tool list ahead of arrival so members can ensure they have everything to hand……I know I’m keen to get mine in as soo as it arrives.
Rene, I’m still waiting for mine, knew it would transform the car, did you use the 7.5 degree rake or standard, if it was standard was it perfect or would you have liked more rake, cheers 👍🏻
Ive got a built in torque wrench in my right elbow, it clicks at 20lbft and 40lb ft and sometimes at 65lb ft doing my wheel nuts up ( escort, not Focus ).
I’m trying to cut and paste the tool list but having no joy 😡
Who’s going to be the first to post pictures of the lowered items? like to see what the 55mm drop looks like next to the centre console, mine at std height… come on lads.. waiting !!
When fitting the rails is it advised to disconnect the battery?
@ Louie… Hammer, Pliers, Mole grips, cold chisel, pry bar, large flat screwdriver to use as lever, and another hammer, and knee pads for the old knees while kneeling on the floor innit.
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