H&R Street Performance Coilover Suspension Kit for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Focus ST.
H&R Street Performance coilovers are the perfect solution for daily drivers to serious tuners. Each coilover shock is custom valved to work in conjuction with a precision engineered progressive rate spring creating a finely tuned suspension system for your Focus ST. Ride height is adjustable letting you lower your car anywhere from 1.2" to 2.5" in the front and 1" to 2.3" in the rear. Front coilovers utilize threaded shock bodies while the rear of the Focus ST receives lowering springs with adjustable perches to control ride height.
Each vehicle specific coilover has a fully threaded custom shock which allows for adjusting vehicle height. Simply twist the spring seat to raise or lower the spring on the shock. Height adjustments allow you to dial in the perfect ride height to fit your personal style. H&R coilovers are designed for performance, comfort and durability. Only the best components are used to build H&R coilovers. An innovative mono-tube gas shock utilizes premium quality materials and is fitted with a progressive rate spring to ensure better handling and premium ride comfort.
Since the late 1970's, H&R has been developing a diverse line of products and suspension applications for the street. The owners of H&R saw the need for improved suspension and believed improving a vehicle's suspension will create more control and better handling. This lead to the design, manufacture and production of high quality springs that created a whole new look in the automotive world with a "correct" vehicle stance. H&R's commitment to producing a quality product allowed them to obtain TUV certification and the European performance spring market was born. All products are made in Germany and exceed ISO quality assurance standards.
*Wheel offset is critical. Spacers may be required when the standard wheel and tire combination is used.
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I have a 2014 Focus SE and not an ST. Will it fit?
I want to lower my car 1.5in in the front and rear. Will I still need spacers as it mentions in the product description?
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