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  • #22062
    Twigs
    Twigs
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    has anybody fitted 20mm eibach  wheel spacers ,  if so do they make a difference

    #22071

    comedysi
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    most have fitted 15 mm i think. i have 15 mm waiting to go.

    advice is a bit of a mess. I’ve had some companies recommending 20 mm. others, will not provide more than 12.5 mm. so, its anyone’s guess…

     

    Si

     

    #67072

    swede
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    We need pictures and words about this. How does it look with 20 compared to 15mm? How does it feel on track with spacers, better to get them off?

    #67093
    white-rs2
    white-rs2
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    It’ll look brilliant until your front springs are under compression as you enter a corner with some lock on then your tyre will flare your arch all on its own

    🙁



    RS Edition (RED).

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    FPM375 Rocks.

    #67099
    mart
    mart
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    I’ve got eibach 15mm spacers on mine.

    It handles a lot better on track than without.

    20 mm lowered on H&R springs.

    That made a really good difference.

    It’s still on standard camber, but it’s a funny thing to mess about with plus it knackers the edge of the tyres too quickly.

    i was undecided about the thickness of the spacers so went for 15mm.

    it doesn’t go anywhere near the wheel arches

     

    #67102
    mart
    mart
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    After pics

    i think it gives it a meaner stance

     

    #67125

    swede
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    @mart Thank you, think i will go for that aswell. Any specific brand of spacers recommended?

    #67137
    white-rs2
    white-rs2
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    H&R or Eibach the bolt to hub types



    RS Edition (RED).

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    FPM375 Rocks.

    #67138
    white-rs2
    white-rs2
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    I wouldn’t use 20mm spacers, but I would lower it 20mm



    RS Edition (RED).

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    FPM375 Rocks.

    #105094

    Bob Rej
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    UK - England

    Posts: 21

    would 15mm spacers work with pumaspeed eibach springs, (25mm/30mm)?

    #105101
    mexicoian
    mexicoian
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    I’ve gone 20mm rear and 15mm front 🤔

    #105102
    mexicoian
    mexicoian
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    Oh and mountune springs 

    #105251
    robroy
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    @mexicoian

    nice garage mate , whats tucked under the cover ?

    #105252
    robroy
    robroy
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    @Peter Deamer

    This is mine with 20mm lowering spring and 15mm spacers both H and R

    #105254
    brembo
    brembo
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    @robroy

    Nice looking Motor mate!! Did you get your Mishimoto Intercooler fitted??

    I’ve got 15mm H&R Spacers with Mountune Springs, the car looks so much better lowered a bit and with Spacers fitted!!

    Cheers, Marc.



    MY/17, F/White, Forged Black Wheels, Recaro Shell Seats, Diamas SiRamik Glasscoat, H&R Anti-Roll Bars/15mm Spacers, EBC Turbo Brake Discs all round/Yellowstuff Brake Pads, Mountune Air Intake/Recirc Valve/SSC/Blue Turbo Hose Kit and Hard Pipe/Uprated Springs/Short Shifter/Rear Motor Mount/Crank Breather Plate, ETS Intercooler, Milltek 100 Cell Cat, Remus Wolf Inside Exhaust, Litchfield Stage 2 map via Cobb Accessport V3.

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