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Is anyone interested in lowering their 2013+ Fusion Hybrid?


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#21 OFFLINE   vett93

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Posted 08 April 2014 - 06:47 PM

Talisman, have you installed these springs on Fusion Energi before? I called Eibach and they told me that the 300+lbs of extra weight on Energi will make the ride very harsh with springs designed for lighter weight cars. The Fusion Hybrid is similar in weight with an AWD Fusion. But Fusion Energi is much heavier...


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#22 OFFLINE   Talisman @ CD3Performance

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Posted 10 April 2014 - 03:26 AM

Talisman, have you installed these springs on Fusion Energi before? I called Eibach and they told me that the 300+lbs of extra weight on Energi will make the ride very harsh with springs designed for lighter weight cars. The Fusion Hybrid is similar in weight with an AWD Fusion. But Fusion Energi is much heavier...

 

I have not installed the Eibachs to a Fusion Plug In car. I would recommend the H&R springs if you are looking for a Fusion Plug in spring due to them being created to hold a little bit extra weight. While it is the heaviest fusion, the MKZ(Which the H&R's are also compatible with) weighs 4000 lbs which is right on par so there shouldn't be any issue using these springs to handle the extra weight. http://cd3performanc...ilter_name=H&R=


Edited by Talisman @ CD3Performance, 10 April 2014 - 03:26 AM.

2006 Lincoln Zephyr. Far from stock.

Looking for performance and styling parts for your Fusion, Milan, MKZ/Zephyr, Edge or MKX? Look no

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#23 OFFLINE   junior.29.dh

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Posted 19 May 2014 - 09:07 AM

Man I am glad I came here to this site as I have been looking everywhere for springs for my hybrid. As mentioned above steers was of no help. I plan on getting the awd springs u recommended. If I fan ever figure out how to post pics on here I'll show u guys. Thanks for the post to these springs.
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#24 OFFLINE   junior.29.dh

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Posted 19 May 2014 - 09:09 AM

Steeda* and can* stupid quick text and fat fingers

#25 OFFLINE   Talisman @ CD3Performance

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Posted 19 May 2014 - 11:43 AM

Man I am glad I came here to this site as I have been looking everywhere for springs for my hybrid. As mentioned above steers was of no help. I plan on getting the awd springs u recommended. If I fan ever figure out how to post pics on here I'll show u guys. Thanks for the post to these springs.


No problem man. They are in stock and ready to go whenever you are.

2006 Lincoln Zephyr. Far from stock.

Looking for performance and styling parts for your Fusion, Milan, MKZ/Zephyr, Edge or MKX? Look no

further...
 www.CD3Performance.com

 


#26 OFFLINE   BatteryMobile

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 11:55 PM

Will the 2010-2012 AWD springs fit a 2010 Fusion Hybrid?



#27 OFFLINE   Talisman @ CD3Performance

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 11:57 PM

Will the 2010-2012 AWD springs fit a 2010 Fusion Hybrid?

 

Yes they will. 


2006 Lincoln Zephyr. Far from stock.

Looking for performance and styling parts for your Fusion, Milan, MKZ/Zephyr, Edge or MKX? Look no

further...
 www.CD3Performance.com

 


#28 OFFLINE   BatteryMobile

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Posted 01 July 2014 - 04:15 PM

Excellent, ordering now.



#29 OFFLINE   junior.29.dh

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Posted 03 March 2016 - 01:17 AM

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Love it this is the awd h & r spring kit. Installed myself. Those are 18 on the car.




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