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Old 10-31-2014, 01:17 PM   #1
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Sr performance springs w/ no isolators?

Has anyone gotten the sr lowering springs and not put new isolators? Whats the downfall.


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Old 10-31-2014, 07:31 PM   #2
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You can reuse the ones that come off of your stock springs fyi. There really isn't any issues with not running them at all, just make sure to tape up the ends of the springs to help reduce the metal on metal contact. That's how I ran my H&R Race springs along with my current Cobra springs
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Alright thanks man. I'll prolly run with the old ones then.


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Sweet. Post up some pictures when you get them installed
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I will. It will be a while. Im doing shocks, struts and lowering it all at once. So the saving up begins haha


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I have always heard good things about the SRs.

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Yeah i hear a lot of good and you cant beat the price. I just wish they would go on sale again. We will see tomorrow, when AM puts out the November sales.


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SR is good for the average guy. Definitely better out there though.


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Hopefully he's just an average guy lol

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I probably wont ever hit the strip haha i just like when i can punch it from a stop and it go. I'm not into racing. Just love when my car has some get up and go. And i HATE my 4x4 look


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Don't go cheap , get the H&R super sports.

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True the H&Rs are about 60-70 bucks more and probably worth it. I have them and like them, a little more drop too. Make sure you get CC plates Also, MM is the best.

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Right you are. Right now all of my suspension is MM, from the subframe connectors all the way to the coilovers.



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Right you are. Right now all of my suspension is MM, from the subframe connectors all the way to the coilovers.



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Wonder if MM sponsors


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They do, but you have to place high up in the NASA American Iron championship lol


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