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  • #78474
    9designs
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    No they didn’t do it, but advised it. So I just booked it in with Dan for this Friday for an alignment setup



    Magnetic Grey with shells, sunroof, forged wheels, calipers, city..etc

    FPM375, Full MT Blue charge pipe kit, Quaife LSD, MT Springs, DSC Suspension Control Unit, MT- Short shift, PTU Brace and Roll Restrictor – Oil Plate, LED Sequential rear lights, Shadow Chrome wheels.  HJS200 cell cat and MT Cooler.

    UK seller for DSC Active suspension. 

    DSC Modules In stock, next day dispatch.

    TracTive Damper kits  – Reservations taken    

    Jacking Blocks 

    email to:-  9designstechserv@gmail.com 

        

    #78585
    Dr. RS
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    mmmm … local b-roads 🤤

    #78589
    9designs
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    I may need to find those B roads again 😉👍



    Magnetic Grey with shells, sunroof, forged wheels, calipers, city..etc

    FPM375, Full MT Blue charge pipe kit, Quaife LSD, MT Springs, DSC Suspension Control Unit, MT- Short shift, PTU Brace and Roll Restrictor – Oil Plate, LED Sequential rear lights, Shadow Chrome wheels.  HJS200 cell cat and MT Cooler.

    UK seller for DSC Active suspension. 

    DSC Modules In stock, next day dispatch.

    TracTive Damper kits  – Reservations taken    

    Jacking Blocks 

    email to:-  9designstechserv@gmail.com 

        

    #81971
    jasoni
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    Just had a set of H&R lowering springs fitted. Slightly firmer ride but has completely irradicated the cars tendancy for the front end to follow the troughs and cambers in the road. Also had the roll restrictor fitted, on idle and initial puliing away there is a slight increase in vibration but wouldnt notice this when on the move. Also was lucky enough to be able to have the mountune short shift installed (the dealer happened to have 3 in stock) and the gear shift is now even better.

    #81972
    Kenny
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    Veering steering changed at all Jason?

    #81973
    jasoni
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    Oh dont start them off kenny! Ive personally never experienced it, whether thats because of my driving style or i drive like my Nan on the way to church i dont know.

    #81975

    tonys
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    @jasoni – Hmm I’ve not either.We must have similar driving styles. Perhaps we could start giving anti veering steering lessons and even start up our own AVS School of Motoring. Not sure we would get a lot of interest though.

    #82006
    white-rs2
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    Mountune UK Spec Springs

    Features:

    Uprated spring poundage
    Front ride height reduction 10mm
    Rear ride height reduction 15mm
    Fully compatible with OE adjustable damper
    Finished in Mountune yellow

    Mountune USA Spec Springs

    Features:

    Optimized spring rate
    Ride height reduction Front 15mm
    Ride height reduction Rear 15mm
    Durable high gloss Black finish                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fully compatible with OE adjustable damper

    So which are the better of the two? If Mountune cant decide on the best spec for the best results for the RS, should they be avoided ?



    RS Edition (RED).

    Standard as Ford Should of Intended.

    FPM375 Rocks.

    #84287
    crocket81
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    Are these the eibach springs people are using? I didn’t know if there diffent variants? 

    #84308
    b1rdy
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    Has anyone looked at the pumaspeed eibach ones? The lower the rear slightly more to give it equal spacing from tyres to arch so looks miles better. I’m just worried that with mud flaps it would scrape too much over bumps etc?



    2018 RS Edition

    #84318

    Sherbett
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    I have the pumaspeed springs on mine and mountune mud flaps I have never had problems with them scraping.They do make the car look nice and low and level . I also have the pumaspeed 12.5mm wheel spacers on aswell which with the springs gives it a great stance.

    #84930
    b1rdy
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    Thanks Sherbert, I’d fitted the 20mm H&r ones on my last RS but felt it needed to be slightly lower that’s why thinking of pumaspeeds eibachs. Plus it drops the back slightly more to give an Evan stance. you a side view pic you could post? Thanks



    2018 RS Edition

    #84954

    Sherbett
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    Sorry I Can’t work out how to post pictures

    #84956

    Sherbett
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    #84957

    Sherbett
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