Lowering springs

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SuzukiGirl14
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Just bought these lowering springs from H&R Suspension. Designed specifically for my car, it's a nice company because they allow you to choose from your awd or non awd vehicle. If you're looking for springs, I would recommend this company. I have heard great reviews.



Lindsay :D
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KuroNekko
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H&R is a legit German suspension brand. They are pretty famous in the Euro-tuning world. The other big German name in suspension is Eibach.

The Japanese have Tein which nearly every JDM fanboy will happily flaunt with their loud stickers on their cars. :lol:
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BM-Power
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How much?

Please post comments on the ride and handling after the installation :)
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sciraddo
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I paid $290 Canadian for mine, shipped to my door.

I have a 2011 FWD, Sport, which already came with a lower ride height than the AWD. I noticed the handling was was definitely better with even less body roll than before and the car response to steering inputs faster. That being said, I also have aftermarket wheels that pushes the wheels out so they sit flush with the body 18X8's upfront and 18X9's at the rears. :D

The AWD springs drop the car more than the FWD but I am assuming that since the FWD Sport already comes lower the overall drop height will be the same after the spring settle.

If I don't find any reasonably priced coilovers by the end of this year, I will be looking at some heftier sway bars to make my driving experience even better.
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yorkshireman
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sounds good!

company to RRM, which is better? Anyone knows if the seller offers international shipping to Singapore?
SuzukiGirl14
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I didn't pay much over 200. the site was offering a good deal. i will deff post how my car rides after the installation.
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Northernstar
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And post some photos of before and after installation too, thanks!
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11zukizashi
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Specifically one with a measuring tape from the ground to the edge of the fender would be nice!
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Measuring from the centre of the wheel to the fender is a better method. (It takes out any differences in tyre sidewall height.)
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I'll do what I can. I'll keep you updated.
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