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Lowering Coil Spring Set for 2013 Ford Focus ST
If you're looking to make your 2013 Ford Focus ST more aerodynamic, then a lowering coil spring set is the way to go.
Installing lowering coil springs on your Focus ST will bring the center of gravity down and will smooth out your handling in a turn. Keeping all that weight as low as possible will make your Focus much less likely to roll while taking corners, which means you will be able to accelerate more quickly when you are coming out of those corners.
The more air you have whipping around under your Focus ST, the higher your drag coefficient is going to be, and that means the speed of your Focus ST is taking a hit. Lowering your car allows you to occupy more of that empty space and keep your drag down, which translates into more speed.
Style and Substance
Whether you crave that lower customized look for your road racer or want the extra control during turns while you are doing some grand touring, these are the coil springs for you. These springs not only make your Focus ST look pretty but will also enhance the performance of your vehicle by cutting down on your Focus ST's body roll, allowing for quicker out of the turn acceleration. If you have not upgraded your shocks yet, don't worry, these coil springs are engineered to balance perfectly with the OEM shocks on the 2013 Ford Focus ST. Exact fitment is guaranteed.
Progressive Rate Springs
These are progressive rate springs, meaning they are designed to manage the amount of roll your Focus ST experiences during a turn. A progressive rate coil spring is much better at this than a linear rate spring which provides no roll control. If you have linear rate springs on your Focus ST then the job of keeping your ride level while turning is all on your sway bar. With progressive rate springs your sway bar gets a lot of help with managing the roll that your car experiences when taking hard turns. These lowering coil springs help out your sway bar by keeping your Focus ST closer to level during those sharp turns.