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Re: Opinions on H&R sport spings and bilstein (archive)

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Posted by pikachu! on June 16, 2000 at 14:07:47:

In Reply to: Opinions on H&R sport spings and bilstein setup posted by Darren on June 16, 2000 at 13:20:39:





Pika!

I have this setup too, but i am using the h&r race springs. i lot this spring a lot better because of the bigger drop. i wish i had gotten the h&r DTM springs though - an even bigger drop. in my opinion, the dtm springs set the car at the perfect ride height! ;-)

well anyway, i think the ride quality is outstanding in this setup, and the car really handles great, ummm... i guess i should say that it gives the "sensation" of really great handling. but i do not think you should buy a used setup. you could be buying shocks that are totally worn out but there would be no way for you to tell until you've spent a lot of money to have it installed. and as you said, this is the most popular setup because it is the best!

Good luck!
-Pikachu
 


Thanks Nintendo, for these Pokémon pictures!

: I am interested in upgrading my suspension, and was wondering how everyone felt about this and other setups. I have heard this is the most common, beside coilovers, and was interested what everyone thought of ride comfort, handling/cornering, and driveability. Also, where is the cheapest place to buy this setup? Anyone selling a used setup?
: Thanks,
: Darren




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