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Toyota MR2 Coil Springs

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Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Reviews


Look great on my 1988 MR2

Reviewed By Dann P (BATTLE GROUND, WA) Reviewed for a 1988 Toyota MR2 —4/16/2015 8:13 PM

Wanted to lower my classic 1988 Toyota MR2. Used these in combination with Koni Yellow shocks. Combination is perfect. Lowered 1" and the ride is nicely firm with shocks set to medium - 360 degrees on the knob. Installation wasn't too bad as you have to disassemble the old struts. Messy, but easy enough. Fast delivery from AutoAnything. Couldn't be happier. Really.

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TEIN S.TECH Lowering Springs Reviews


Worth the money

Reviewed By Michael T (MARQUETTE, MI) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota MR2 —10/23/2012 9:30 PM

I am quite impressed with these springs. I paired them up with Koni struts and they're a perfect fit. Why pay more for Eibach? OEM springs transferred a lot of 'road noise' vibrations with a greater travel distance, these transfer very little 'noise' with minimal loss of feel. They are stiff and paired with Koni's set to 'sports' will make you feel like you compressed a disc in your back if you fit a pot hole, but that's a small price to pay for the performance.

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H&R Sport Lowering Coil Springs Reviews


No More Old Man's Car Look!

Reviewed By Brad K (Glendale, AZ) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Taurus —7/29/2015 8:41 AM

Installed the H&R Lowering springs in my 2013 Taurus SEL 2.0Turbo Ecoboost sedan and love the look and ride. Well worth the investment. The car doesn't look like it's jacked up in the back anymore. The ride is great and much less body roll. The install was easy according to the tech I had do the job, but be sure to check your area to make sure there's a shop or guy that'll do the job. Most chain stores or dealerships, etc. won't touch any non-factory suspension jobs. Excellent!

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