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Old 05-23-2009, 01:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which suspension kit better? PSS or H&R

Hi Guys
looking to get a coilover kit, actually they seem like threaded strut kits
which one is better Bilstein PSS or The H&R street performance kit?
Any sugestions welcome and which one goes lower?

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i can't speak for the pss but i have h&r on my car and i love them
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pss are the best. i love mine.
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which pss kit? pss9 or pss10? also look into Ground Control A lot of people seem to like thier kit....what are you looking to gain from coilovers?
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Thanks for the replies
I am looking at the PSS actually
and I would really like coilovers for the extra drop and adjustability of ride height
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If your just looking for a drop then you should look into DDM coilovers too they're inexpensive and can be adjusted real low for a very nice drop! but order them with custom spring rates! like the 450/550 area
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