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Old 07-18-2003, 08:18   #1 (permalink)
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EL XR springs

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I read a post somewhere on the forums about someone saying that EL XR springs are pretty good springs to lower an EF with? just wondering how much lower than standard EF springs these XR ones actually are? and if the stock EF shocks would be ok with the XR springs, or a recommendation on some suiting shocks??
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Old 07-18-2003, 21:23   #2 (permalink)
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Re: EL XR springs

is there any difference to the EL XR and EF XR springs?
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hmm, well I read somewhere here that 'the EF XR ones are crap' but the EL XR are good.
So you tell me
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Old 07-20-2003, 07:55   #4 (permalink)
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They'll be about 30mm lower than std on a used set ....

From memory spring rates were different between EL & EF ..... more finetuning between models from Ford
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cheers heaps bossxr!
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Re: EL XR springs

I'm getting rid of some EL XR6 springs real soon, and on go the superlows!
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Re: EL XR springs

Cobra, how long till you sell these springs? I want a set for my Fairmont....real bad.

Anyone got a pic of a standard XR6 so i can see roughly how low they are? cheers
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how much will you be selling em for cobra?
i'm in WA though :/
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Re: EL XR springs

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Cobra, how long till you sell these springs? I want a set for my Fairmont....real bad.

Anyone got a pic of a standard XR6 so i can see roughly how low they are? cheers

search the gallery :)
i'm getting EF XR springs soon (hopefully) so won't that be nice :D
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