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 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.
Reviewed By Octavio N (Garden Grove, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Camaro —10/27/2011 9:44 AM
I first tried the Eibach springs and was not happy with less than an inch of lowering, so I got the Belltech springs which lowered the rear exactly 1.5 inches, the front was lowered by only 1 inch..the rear sits perfect, the front needs to come down by half an inch. As for the ride, its a lowered car there for sacrifice is always the case, I normaly add KYB Gas shocks when I lower my cars, but KYB has yet to come out with Gas shocks for the new Camaros. But overall I'm satisfied, kind of...and would recomend the Belltechs over the Eibachs any day.