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Old 11-30-2013, 07:05 PM   #1
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hey guys. was wanting some good recommendations for lowering springs and all that good stuff as it will most likely be my next mod. I was looking at H&R super sport springs and I like those a lot
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What are you looking for out of the springs? Just a lower look, better handling, etc. The H&R SS look great and have a decent spring rate to them. I personally like my H&R Race springs for their handling characteristics. How low do you want to go?
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What are you looking for out of the springs? Just a lower look, better handling, etc. The H&R SS look great and have a decent spring rate to them. I personally like my H&R Race springs for their handling characteristics. How low do you want to go?
I really just wanna get rid of the ugly gaps!!
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I really just wanna get rid of the ugly gaps!!
Ok. I vote go with the SS springs cause I like the look of a really low car. However you are more than likely gonna need at least some CC plates. At some point you might want to invest in some good struts as well
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Ok. I vote go with the SS springs cause I like the look of a really low car. However you are more than likely gonna need at least some CC plates. At some point you might want to invest in some good struts as well
yea I was planning on getting that very shortly after I have the springs put on.
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