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Old 03-26-2014, 05:35 PM   #1
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Unhappy with h&r super sport springs

I wanna buy a set of these this week and just wanna know pros and cons about the spring. Like do you feel like they are not low enough that's my main concern I have 17"mach 1 wheels and don't want to spend 250+ for these springs and it's not that low of a drop. I don't wanna spend additional money to cut coils on them.
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Unhappy with h&r super sport springs

Update: I've been trying to get my hands on intrax springs but they are 318.00 with a full 2" drop while the super sports are 260 with a 1.75 drop.
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^^ I was looking at coilovers but they are way beyond my budget.
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I have supersports on my v6 and i took off isos and also added steeda x2 balljoints for an extra .5 inch lower on front.. Id post pics but my phone isnt letting me upload any.
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^^ I was looking at coilovers but they are way beyond my budget.
You don't have to get a super expensive kit to get coilovers. Thats what too many people fall for.... What i'm going to do is get some KONI Yellows, and then a Maximum Motorsports coilover conversion.

Here is the front:
Mustang Coil-Over Kit with Springs, Front, Koni/Tokico/Strange/Lakewood Struts

Here is the rear:
Coil-Over Kit with Springs, Koni Shocks, rear, 1979-04 Mustang non IRS

A lot cheaper than one of those name brand coilover kits, and it does the same thing.... You even get to pick the spring rate!!!!!
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I have supersports on my v6 and i took off isos and also added steeda x2 balljoints for an extra .5 inch lower on front.. Id post pics but my phone isnt letting me upload any.

Thanks photos would really help

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You don't have to get a super expensive kit to get coilovers. Thats what too many people fall for.... What i'm going to do is get some KONI Yellows, and then a Maximum Motorsports coilover conversion.



Here is the front:

Mustang Coil-Over Kit with Springs, Front, Koni/Tokico/Strange/Lakewood Struts



Here is the rear:

Coil-Over Kit with Springs, Koni Shocks, rear, 1979-04 Mustang non IRS



A lot cheaper than one of those name brand coilover kits, and it does the same thing.... You even get to pick the spring rate!!!!!

Yea that's a pretty fair price compared to the coilovers I've been seeing for sale
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Update: changed mind again, I'm going to buy the tein s springs for 184 comes with 2.5" drop that should compensate for my car being a v6 and having a lighter motor. So it should balance out to 2" in the long run
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Just ordered the springs I mentioned above hope this 2.5" drop look good
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