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Where to buy M-18000-E coil overs (Boss 302s)

Does anybody know if this kit can still be purchased anywhere? I know ford racing has discontinued it. Do any of the vendors stock it? I'm wanting to go this route on my boss and can't find them! Also what are the part numbers for the springs that go with it ? Thanks for the help in advance!
 

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SC BOSS said:
Does anybody know if this kit can still be purchased anywhere? I know ford racing has discontinued it. Do any of the vendors stock it? I'm wanting to go this route on my boss and can't find them! Also what are the part numbers for the springs that go with it ? Thanks for the help in advance!

http://www.americanmuscle.com/frpp-boss-coilcovers-blue-1112gt.html
 

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If ford discontinued them, they are likely gone. Only shot is if a FRPP dealer had stock, but not likely. I went through this when I was looking to purchase a crate boss engine a few weeks ago. They are listed all over the Internet, but they don't actually have stock.
 
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As usual, Rehagen Racing has them, dont know how live their stock system is, but so far the website lists them in stock. Way too expensive though, have you looked into Cortex? They have great track coil-over setups, and for this much money you could probably get JRI, Penske, or even Ohlins internals, instead of the Koni's that make up the base model.

http://www.rehagenracingproducts.com/FR500S-F-R-DAMPER-KIT-M-18000-E.htm

http://www.cortexracing.com/shop/xtreme-grip-coil-over-system-track/

Cheers
 
sadil said:
As usual, Rehagen Racing has them, dont know how live their stock system is, but so far the website lists them in stock. Way too expensive though, have you looked into Cortex? They have great track coil-over setups, and for this much money you could probably get JRI, Penske, or even Ohlins internals, instead of the Koni's that make up the base model.

http://www.rehagenracingproducts.com/FR500S-F-R-DAMPER-KIT-M-18000-E.htm

http://www.cortexracing.com/shop/xtreme-grip-coil-over-system-track/

Cheers
I have not looked into the cortex, they seem reasonably priced. Anyone here running them? How do u like em !??
 
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I dont personally own a set, but I am thinking of grabbing them over the winter. I have looked into coil-overs for over 6 months so I did my research. Cortex and Vorshlag seem to be the only distributors of quality equipment that is tested and well supported. I wanted a street set, but one that has the ability to be taken to the track, and then someday, rebuilt for track only driving. I dont think you can go wrong with either set, but I prefer Cortex because I have already purchased their LCAs and Watts Link, and each piece has surpassed my expectations for quality. There is one person on the SVT forum that recently purchased a set and wrote a detailed review. This gentlemen chose to upgrade his internals during his purchase and is running JRI shocks front and back.

http://www.svtperformance.com/forums/2011-2014-mustangs-354/937048-cortex-racing-jri-xtreme-grip-coilover-system-installed-reviewed.html
 

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