H&r coilovers

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  1. muhammad

    muhammad New Member

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    Hey guys I'm looking to lower my car with a coilover kit I found these at Andy's auto sport http://www.andysautosport.com/ford/...s/full_coilover_systems/h&r/hndr00912387.html there super cheap less than 500 if anyone has opinion on this coilover can you give me your opinion I don't want the ride to be too stiff. And I don't want springs just so if I go on a road trip I can raise the car back to factory height.
     
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    Personally, I'd be wary of a coil-over kit for only $500. The "quality" kits I have seen are upwards of $1000 and more. I also believe in, you get what you pay for.

    If you plan on doing some road racing or auto-cross, then coil-over's would be a good idea. If the car is used for a daily/weekend driver, then lowering springs might be a better option. You can get springs that lower the car anywhere from 1" to 2.5", and you should be able to maintain some good ride quality.
     
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    X2^ Just get the springs.
     
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    Those are just the springs by the way for the coilovers. Allows you to adjust the spring rate.
     
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