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Performance Swaybars for the Ford Focus RS 2015 - On

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SuperPro has improved the Ford Focus RS AWD to allow a driver to dial in more grip and improved handling for all situations.

The SuperPro Roll Control two position adjustable front sway bar is 24mm solid, an upgrade from a 24.5mm hollow sway bar and rear is a three position adjustable 22mm solid sway bar, an upgrade from 20mm solid sway bar.

•    38% rate increase over O.E on the Front
•    41% increase over O.E on the Rear

Add in the SuperPro Adjustable sway bar links to:

•    Eliminate sway bar link flex 
•    Maintain neutral sway bar positioning
•    Maximize all positions on the adjustable Sway Bars 

All this adds up to a vehicle that is a balanced upgrade by assisting tyre grip and this becomes an ultimate handling package upgrade for the Focus RS AWD!

 

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From all our testing, this what we recommend as a good starting point:


1. Scenario One is to set both bars to the hardest setting and is  ideal for a vehicle with standard suspension, wheels and tyres.

2. Scenario Two is to set the front to the soft setting and the rear to the hardest setting and is ideal for a vehicle with lowered springs, or with larger, wider wheels and tyres. 

3. Scenario Three is to set both bars to the soft setting and is ideal for a vehicle fitted with a coil over kit or sports suspension pack.

 

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Front Sway Bar

OE Bar Hollow:
OD - 24.5mm    
Weight - 3.2kg
Rate - 23.99 N/mm

Roll Control Solid:
OD - 24mm
Weight - 5.1kg
Rate - up to 33.12 N/mm

Hard Increase: 38%
Soft Increase: 15%

 

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Rear Sway Bar

OE Bar Solid:
OD - 20mm
Weight - 3.6kg
Rate - 20.58 N/mm

Roll Control Solid:
OD - 22mm
Weight - 4.4kg
Rate - up to 30.34 N/mm


Hard Increase: 47 %
Middle Increase: 25 %
Soft Increase: 12.5%

 

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