B&G Suspension S2 Sport Springs Customer Reviews
45 Customer Reviews
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Created for the true performance enthusiast, B&G S2 Sport Springs improve handling and substantially lower your ride. Drop your center of gravity up to 2.5", depending on your vehicle, and corner like you're on rails with these progressive-rate springs.
B&G crafts their S2 Sport Springs with the highest attention to detail. First, these springs are cold-wound from high tensile chromium silicone wire. Then, they're heat-treated and shot-peened for supreme longevity. Finally, B&G finishes with a phosphate treatment and bakes these springs on resin powder coating for a hard shell that resists corrosion.
What's more, B&G S2 Sport Springs are individually super-blocked and computer-tested against tight tolerances so you get the best quality every time. Includes all 4 springs. Lifetime Warranty.
45 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by alex l (Vallejo, CA) — Aug 02, 2014 9:30 PM
The springs were nicely painted. Minus 1 or 2 littlet scratches the springs arrived great shape. Took me and my dad about 3 hours to install and this was our first time doing suspension work. Car feels much tighter and feels like it really hugs corners again. Advertised as 1.5in drop and prettype much got that. For the price very much wroth it.
Reviewed by Jeremy M (WEST COVINA, CA) Reviewed for a 1986 Toyota Celica — Jul 16, 2014 9:03 PM
Description said it would lower the front and rear by 1.4 inches. My back dropped 3 inches, and my front dropped 2.7 inches. Was very happy with this drop, and product. My ride isn't too stiff, since these are soft springs. Overall, I am extremely satisfied.
Reviewed by Mark M (JERMYN, PA) — Jun 17, 2014 4:13 AM
I just installed the S2 Springs on a new set of Koni Street shocks and struts last weekend. The install went well, Its a little early to tell, from what I can tell they're great. I want to replace the rear sway bar next the stock gt one seems a little light.
Reviewed by Ubaldo S (bakersfield, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Juke — May 29, 2014 9:10 AM
Since I used the stock shocks on my Nissan juke, the springs really don't feel much different than stock. The springs did lower the car a good amount. I'd say the most without sacrificing ride quality or being unsafe. Great springs!
Reviewed by Gavin B (Bremerton, WA) — May 26, 2014 10:15 PM
Springs were great for the price and lowering aspect, but just didn't seem like it lowered the car like i wanted, I currently run a set of 16" wheels and decent tread tires, sometime down the road when I have some 18s on my car i think these springs will have the car sitting perfect.
Reviewed by Daniel B (LONG BEACH, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix — May 22, 2014 9:26 PM
Just bought these and have to say they are the cheapest around (thanks for the discount on my first purchase autoanything). They look great and still waiting to install them so cant say how welll they perform (the specs are what Im looking for though). Only complaint is that the packaging wasnt too great. The paper used to wrap them tore and the springs had some noticeable scratches. Other than that, they were great.