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ModBargains.com | COBB Front&Rear Sway bars and new Sport Springs Available Now!

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ModBargains is happy to announce COBB has released a new set of Front/Rear sway bars and a new set of Sport Springs for the Fiesta ST! The COBB Anti-Sway Bar Kit for the 2014+ Ford Fiesta ST is the easiest way to improve handling balance, reduce body roll, and shed chassis weight, all without compromising ride quality. The COBB 2014 Ford Fiesta ST sport Spring Kit enhances handling with a lower center of gravity and firmer spring rates while eliminating unsightly wheel gap.


25mm Non-Adjustable Hollow Front Bar
21mm Non-Adjustable Solid Rear Bar
Comes With Stiffer Polyurethane Bushings
Improved cornering
Reduced body roll
Works with stock or aftermarket endlinks
Great for the street or track
Black Powdercoat



Cobb Front & Rear Sway Bars for 2014+ Ford Fiesta ST [JA8; MK 7.5]



0.8" Drop Front and .7" Rear
Progressive Rate Springs
Improved Handling, Balance, and Control
Reduced Body Roll
Tubing on Coils to Reduce Coil Slap Noise
Designed for the street or track



Cobb Sport Springs for 2013-14 Ford Fiesta ST [JA8; MK 7.5]

If you have any questions, feel free to send me a PM, email or give me a ring at 714.582.3330 extension 8002, or ask for Jurrian!​
 


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Where do these springs fall among the competition in terms of spring rate and ride height? Or perhaps a better way to word it is how aggressive compared to the other springs on the market?
 


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Where do these springs fall among the competition in terms of spring rate and ride height? Or perhaps a better way to word it is how aggressive compared to the other springs on the market?
Spring rates are progressive for better comfort. Rates will vary depending on how much pressure is put onto the spring so the spring rates wont be the same at all times.

Front is between 114-177 lbs/in
Rear is between 63-148 lbs/in
 


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