fingers crossed they are, would love to drop it 1-2inch almost straight away..You can cut the springs... kidding.
On a serious note, you can wait for aftermarket springs to show up (specific to the RS) but there's a chance what's already on the market for the ST can work in the RS's factory coilover tower.
I know alot of you guys will be against modifying the suspension. But lets be honest. it really isnt low enough...
What can we do to slam it?
any ideas? is it possible without loosing all the fancy electronic adjustments.
Unfortunately it's quite common for people to buy high performance cars like the Focus RS and stance them out, part of the whole stance scene is like that and I can see why.
il do what i want. ta
I'm with you - I'll never understand buying a car of this nature and then essentially replacing what made it "special". But yea, it's their money - they can do what they want.Just seems all of the money you would save by getting an SE could be spent on all sorts of suspension mods.
By slamming an RS you would be wasting all of the money you paid to get the RS suspension. I mean you are just going to be removing all of the engineering that went into making the car handle great. Since you don't really care about performance and are more focused on looks, you could get an SE that has no performance, slap a body kit and some coilovers and get the look you are after. Save a bunch of money!
But like you said, do what you want. Not my money you are throwing away
Exactly what I thought, things I would do will complement it, things like a better wheel and tire profile for the track, the list goes on. But for now and for a while driving it as it is, is the best thing to do, get used to it, then seek upgrades.I'm with you - I'll never understand buying a car of this nature and then essentially replacing what made it "special". But yea, it's their money - they can do what they want.