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H&R Sport Lowering Coil Springs

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    Let's face it—you gave up on trying to keep your prized ride stock a long time ago. Somewhere between the cat-back exhaust system and the roll cage, you decided to give in to that little voice inside your head urging you to put the pedal to the metal. When you're ready to fully embrace the spirit of sporty street driving, upgrade your suspension with H&R Lowering Coil Springs.

    Inspired by the Autobahn and custom engineered for your auto, H&R Sport Springs tune your suspension for tighter, more responsive handling. These stage 2 spring upgrades drop you down between 1.5" – 1.8", lowering your center of gravity for reduced body roll, decreased wind resistance and a lot less slop in your steering. Plus, their progressive spring rate responds to the road, staying soft when you're cruising and stiffening up as you throw the hammer down.

    More than just a performance upgrade, H & R Sport Springs give your ride a tighter profile, too. They bring your stature down far enough to close the gaps in your wheel wells, making your rims come alive. And since they're constructed from shot-peened steel with a Lifetime Defect Warranty, your HR Sport Springs have the guts to go the distance.

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    84 Customer Reviews

    No More Old Man's Car Look!

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

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    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!

    great lowering springs for the money.

    Reviewed by Patrick M (NIAGARA FALLS, NY) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Civic — Jul 23, 2015 2:22 PM

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    great drop around 1.5 inches front and back, and smooth ride with my koni shocks and struts. wheel gap reduce and looks great with 17 inch rims.

    Mr.T.

    Reviewed by Earl T (Chino Valley, AZ) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Camry — Jul 22, 2015 8:22 PM

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    Installed these on my 2014 Camry SE and what a difference! Now it can be called Sports Edition(SE) The handling is night and day! If you're having any doubts, stop and just do it! A+

    Very surprised - Better than stock

    Reviewed by Jeff W (PALM BAY, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Honda Accord — Jul 22, 2015 8:20 PM

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    I was a bit worried about lowering my brand new 2015 Honda Accord sport but it looks amazing and they actually handle so much better than the stock springs. I am so glad I did my research and picked these. There is no rubbing or noises.

    H&R Springs+Koni Sport (yellow) = PERFECTION on '01 SS Camaro

    Reviewed by Jeff Y (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Camaro — Jul 22, 2015 2:25 PM

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    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.