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Old 10-17-2005, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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H&R sport springs

Does anyone have a link or pics of how they look on a coupe? I was trying to decide on if i should go with the sports or race.
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my car has them on,

here is a link to the VBgarage

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I always here of people saying to replace shocks also when u do the springs. But I am tryin to save some money and I would think that since its not a dramatic drop what chance is there of my springs goin bad. Like I said b4 in previous post that I have lowered cars with springs (hondas, acuras) and when i went with a sport springs the shocks where fine, but with a race spring or coilover the shocks eventually wore out.
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usually the reason they say that is because if you are going to go with a lower spring and obviously a stiffer they feel that your stock shocks may wear quicker, this could be true because the shock will sit in a more compressed state, and will be subjected to a little bit harder work. i think the H&R sports are pretty stiff, if i didnt change my shocks when i did the springs, i would have had to soon after.
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my car has them on,

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which H&R product ID?

29824-2 or 29910-2
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good question, i cant remember. just know they are H&R sports ive had them too long and dont have the boxes
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