H&R springs

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I'm going to Deans Performance to get the Cobra lowered an inch. Anyone using H&R springs??

If so please post or PM with your thoughts/advice

Any pics would be greatly appreciated! thanks.
 

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H&R ride great but you can save money by cutting your springs and getting the exact ride height you are after with how much you cut.
 

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Im having H and R race springs installed as well as caster camber plates deans peformance is a great shop you will be very happy :headbang:
 

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Im having H and R race springs installed as well as caster camber plates deans peformance is a great shop you will be very happy :headbang:
yea go with H&R race spring i have them on my cobra and i love them
dont go with the H&R sport springs

here is my car with the race springs

 

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I'm going to Deans Performance to get the Cobra lowered an inch. Anyone using H&R springs??

If so please post or PM with your thoughts/advice

Any pics would be greatly appreciated! thanks.

here is my ride sitting on h&r RACE springs, i recommend them, but i also recommend saving your money and cutting your stock springs.

 
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Thx everyone really helpful info.!
 

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I have the sport springs and i love the look but am tired of scraping ALL THE TIME, I guess i will just have to get use to it or weld a skid plate haha
 

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I have them for about 4 years now, 15K+ miles. Great ride and perfect stance. Personally, I'd rather pay the $200-$250 instead of cutting springs, taking in and out to see if you cut enoght, cut too much, etc... Just not worth the hassle. Just my opinion.
 

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I am running H&R SS springs. Very nice drop, but since the rest of my car has a lot of bracing, it's very stiff.

Here is a little pic of the side showing the drop. It's def. a decent drop. Although, doesn't look like it from this angle, and with 17 inch low profile wheels/tires.

 

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I am running H&R SS springs. Very nice drop, but since the rest of my car has a lot of bracing, it's very stiff.

Here is a little pic of the side showing the drop. It's def. a decent drop. Although, doesn't look like it from this angle, and with 17 inch low profile wheels/tires.

you ever had a problem with car being too low seems like muffler almost touchs ground :confused:
 

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I'm using the race springs as well..... Here's a shot of my car with them on....

 

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you ever had a problem with car being too low seems like muffler almost touchs ground :confused:

I have bottomed out a few times, on speed bumps and such. Otherwise, I am very careful, and rarely scrape the undercarriage of the car.

I love the look of the drop though, it rides great for the type of suspension and bracing on this thing.
 

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