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Re: ANyone in NY/NJ/CT area have H&R race spri (archive)

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Posted by ChewToy on June 15, 2000 at 07:18:34:

In Reply to: ANyone in NY/NJ/CT area have H&R race springs (mor posted by KJ on June 14, 2000 at 18:41:55:

These are best suited for a smooth track. I would hate to imagine what they would be like on NY/NJ/CT roads. ie.. slowing down to 3 mph for speed bumps and still scrapping body parts, being unable to go up parking garage ramps etc. And then there is the incredibly HARSH ride, and this is on the stock wheels and tires! If you use this car for a daily driver at all, I would highly recommend against it. Call turner motorsports and find out why 90+% of the springs they sell are the H&R sports. I would not get them unless this is truly a track car, a few auto x's and a driving school a year wouldn't be enough for me to give up my ride comfort but that decision is entirely up to you, I just hope you have a second car if you do decide to go with this setup, because there will difinetly be places you just can't go anymore. Good Luck.

: Anyone have the race springs with bilstiens is it very uncomfortable on the streets like the way they look better then the sports plus i autoX and plan on Hitting the track more often so i figure the race would work both for looks on the streets and for the racing




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