Reviewed By jason g (MARANA, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Camaro —5/26/2015 8:44 PM
Thought the rear would be a lot lower, shoulda ordered a 1.5" lower in rear
Reviewed By David M (Johnston, RI) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Camaro —6/4/2012 3:13 PM
After about two weeks of driving in various road conditions, I am enjoying the ride quality. The springs and sway bar kit rides a little better than stock on minor bumps. On major bumps the suspension does feel a little harsher, but not bone jarring. Overall a decent upgrade over stock. Cornering performance is improved and the car feels dead flat in tight corners, very minimal body roll. You must also have the car realigned after installation. Installation took about 3 hours at a professional shop. Front Sway bar was a bi**h to get in place. Nice feature is that both sway bars are adjustable.
Reviewed By Jeff Y (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Camaro —7/22/2015 2:25 PM
I can't rate the H&R springs purely on their own merit, because at the same time I replaced the springs, I also installed Koni Sport (yellow) shocks & struts (112K mi). I bought the car from its original owner (my brother), & it came w/the Bilstein suspension. Before I picked it up, he installed Eibach Sport springs. The Eibachs lowered it more than the H&Rs do, but the ride was intolerable - too stiff, too "jittery". With the new H&R springs and Konis, it rides & handles PERFECTLY.