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BRAND NEW SPAX 40-60MM LOWERING SPRINGS

 

http://i834.photobucket.com/albums/zz262/Sav-1/Stuff%20for%20sale/ebayFeb2010086.jpg

 

Spax springs with increased handling & performance.

 

To fit: Ford Escort 1.1-1.8 + RS2000 + 1.8D + Cabrio 09/90-12/94 Lowering Spring kit, Lowers by:60/40mm (part number: S011014).

 

Lowered & uprated springs.

Top quality stress relieved & oven baked Epoxy powder coated springs.

 

http://www.potn.co.uk/Spax-Ford-EscortOrio...14_p1326172.htm

 

Only £65 posted or £55 cash on collection from Croydon, Surrey. :cheers:

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BRAND NEW SPAX 40-60MM LOWERING SPRINGS

 

http://i834.photobucket.com/albums/zz262/Sav-1/Stuff%20for%20sale/ebayFeb2010086.jpg

 

Spax springs with increased handling & performance.

 

To fit: Ford Escort 1.1-1.8 + RS2000 + 1.8D + Cabrio 09/90-12/94 Lowering Spring kit, Lowers by:60/40mm (part number: S011014).

 

Lowered & uprated springs.

Top quality stress relieved & oven baked Epoxy powder coated springs.

 

http://www.potn.co.uk/Spax-Ford-EscortOrio...14_p1326172.htm

 

Only £65 posted or £55 cash on collection from Croydon, Surrey. :cheers:

 

which engine is it for? reason i ask is since putting an rs2000 engine in my mk5 the lowering springs on it that were for the 1,6 are half as low again as the change in weight...as id imagine the diesel would be? after something temporary but not to low for my mk5...as its current springs hold it around 2 inches off the floor :nutter: can you confirm :)

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BRAND NEW SPAX 40-60MM LOWERING SPRINGS

 

http://i834.photobucket.com/albums/zz262/Sav-1/Stuff%20for%20sale/ebayFeb2010086.jpg

 

Spax springs with increased handling & performance.

 

To fit: Ford Escort 1.1-1.8 + RS2000 + 1.8D + Cabrio 09/90-12/94 Lowering Spring kit, Lowers by:60/40mm (part number: S011014).

 

Lowered & uprated springs.

Top quality stress relieved & oven baked Epoxy powder coated springs.

 

http://www.potn.co.uk/Spax-Ford-EscortOrio...14_p1326172.htm

 

Only £65 posted or £55 cash on collection from Croydon, Surrey. :cheers:

 

which engine is it for? reason i ask is since putting an rs2000 engine in my mk5 the lowering springs on it that were for the 1,6 are half as low again as the change in weight...as id imagine the diesel would be? after something temporary but not to low for my mk5...as its current springs hold it around 2 inches off the floor :nutter: can you confirm :)

I was a bit puzzled myself when I googled the part number: S011014

 

I think I covers them all. If you look at the POTN link that I've added you will see that it gives the ride height drop as between 40-60mm, Probably due to the engine weight. I reckon the Diesel would be the 60mm. They've never been fitted so I can't say more than that.

 

I have just emailed POTN to see if they can give an idea (they don't take phone calls :rolleyes: ) I doubt they'll know TBH. :unsure:

 

Somewhere between 45-55mm I reckon, but that's just a guess! :unsure:

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ok mate cheers, reason i ask is i have some brand new jamex -55mm ones at home...but id imagine hey would be as low as the ones iv got lol

I just phoned Demon Tweeks & Spax themselves & they both say that these springs lower 60mm at the front & 40mm at the rear, no matter what engine!

 

I questioned the engine weight issue with the DT guy he said the springs will still sit at those heights. :mellow:

 

So, probably not what you're after but at least we got that cleared up! :cheers:

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POTN got back to me:

 

Thank you for your email regarding the Spax kit

 

The 60/40 means that it would lower the front 60mm and the rear 40mm. As the RS2000 is lower as standard this kit will lower the car approx 40mm front 20mm rear

 

 

Kind Regards,

Barry Swann

Sales Support

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