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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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    24 Customer Reviews

    H&R SPORT SPINGS FOR VW SCIROCCO 16v

    Reviewed by Andrew R (Brewster, MA) Reviewed for a 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco — Dec 03, 2014 1:02 PM

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    bought them from autoanything to replace neuspeed sports i have had for about eight years. i was told that h&r make the neuspeed springs. not as low as the neuspeed springs. but with the snow on the way the extra clearance will help. nice firm ride. i am ruing them with bilstien sports. and the rep. from autoeverything was a big help. fast free shiping.thanks

    great product

    Reviewed by Gary B (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Camry — Dec 01, 2014 8:18 PM

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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

    very easy to install, increased handling and performance.

    Looks great!!

    Reviewed by Tony P (BLYTHEWOOD, SC) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Camry — Nov 30, 2014 12:41 PM

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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    Put these on my 2013 Camry XSP and they definitely add to the aggressive appearance of the car. There is a huge difference in the reduction of roll in the corners and the car doesn't dip down so much in hard breaking. Brings the car down just enough without going over the top.

    H&R Top Notch Quality

    Reviewed by Bret C (Sequim, WA) Reviewed for a 1999 Volkswagen GTI — Nov 21, 2014 2:33 PM

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    If I was purchasing these springs 15 years ago, I definitely would have went with the Race Version, lower and stiffer. However now that I am a middle aged man, husband, father, and grandfather that still loves to build cars and have fun, I had to compromise for a little bit of comfort. The H&R Sport Springs are manufactured with excellent craftsmanship. The stance of my 99 VW GTI VR6 MK4 is mean, handles excellent, and most of all the wife is happy and no complaints to date! Thank You!

    LOw Sonata

    Reviewed by Jaime S (Palmdale, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Hyundai Sonata — Nov 09, 2014 7:17 PM

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    bought this to give a nicer lower look on my Sonata and a better handle...over all great product, the drop was 3/4 instead of 1" inch but since I replaced my struts (front) and shocks (rear). That could be the reason on why my spring didn't give me the whole inch. I am happy on the new look on my Ride...thanks H&R.:)