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Old 03-09-2013, 07:29 PM   #1
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Tein s tech lowering springs

Does anyone have these or heard of them they sell for about $220 on eBay and grop the car 2.5f 2.3r I would like to get some but don't know how good they are
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Old 03-09-2013, 07:40 PM   #2
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Look on am for the sr springs way cheaper... Dont lower that much but if you go that low you will have to spend alot more money... 1slosix is real helpful bout this subject
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Does anyone have these or heard of them they sell for about $220 on eBay and grop the car 2.5f 2.3r I would like to get some but don't know how good they are
Tein springs are good springs will give you better ride quality then SR springs that's why they cost more better quality cost more we all know that it's just what you want. I was going to get SR but I got H&R springs glad I did better ride and over all handling is amazing. At the end the it's up to you. I was going to get Tein but I didn't want such a big drop
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i think the SR's handle better then the H&R after driving my friends GT the other day with H&R springs and tokico blues..just saying lol


@op...with that type of drop you're going to need x2 balljoints, C&C plates, new shocks & struts that can handle that little dead zone
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i think the SR's handle better then the H&R after driving my friends GT the other day with H&R springs and tokico blues..just saying lol

@op...with that type of drop you're going to need x2 balljoints, C&C plates, new shocks & struts that can handle that little dead zone
SR will never handle better then H&R just saying :p H&R have been around longer then SR They have better quality then SR and will last longer and better ride quality and performance anything you pay for more then will always be better come on now let's be realistic :p
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Tein springs will be the best way to go my buddy has it on his TL and they ride smooth no bounce and they handle amazing I say go for it don't let anyone change your opinion
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Im replacing my dropzone springs with the H&R super sport springs. Drove a couple mustangs (02 v6, 04 gt, 98 v6, 03 gt, and my 03 v6) from my local club with h&r and sr, there was a very clear difference in the H&R over the sr springs. Im sold, they are worth the few extra bucks.

The SR's felt completely identical to my dropzones, the h&r were just plain better.
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I like the sr for the ptice but it's not enough drop for me and I don't think the tein will drop that low being on a 6
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SR will never handle better then H&R just saying :p H&R have been around longer then SR They have better quality then SR and will last longer and better ride quality and performance anything you pay for more then will always be better come on now let's be realistic :p
and that's your opinion your ideals on realism aren't mine that's for dang sure
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SR just if your on a budget. If not why not get some top brand springs???
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SR just if your on a budget. If not why not get some top brand springs???
i can afford any spring setup i want but i went with SR due to the mix of spring rate & type of coil it is..you think just because something costs more it instantly is better. However that's case can be argued all day...if you personally like the high cost springs rock them out and enjoy them...however not everyone will have your preference

to me i found the SRs have felt better then H&Rs and my old Eibachs...
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the sr's give a nice stance as well from the pics ive seen
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