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H&RSport Spring Set (Premium, Performance Street)

2013 Scion FR-S
  • Front and Rear fitment
    Ride Height: Moderate Lowering
    Avg. low 1.0"F & 1.2"R

    Price: $235.00 (kit)
    $205.00
    Estimated Availability: Fewer than 3, Additional Due 04/22/14
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    Manufacturer Part #: 54408
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Most Recent Reviews Read all reviews | Write a review

Car Icon 2001 Jaguar XK8
Vehicle Miles: 24,400 All Suspension Products on Vehicle
Location: Coral Gables, Fl Shocks: Stock
Driving Style: Average Chassis Products: N/A
Miles of product use: 2,000 Spring: H&R Sport Spring Set
Satisfaction Rating: 8 Coil-Over: N/A

The car looks 100% better being about one inch lower. The problem is that the front camber cannot be adjusted. Tire Rack had no solution or suggestion. Now I have to buy new tires every 2,000 miles. Tire Rack should stop selling them for this car. I also bought H&R springs for my 2011 MX5. They are great with no problems.

-- Review submitted 2012-11-12


Car Icon 2004 BMW X5 4.8is
Vehicle Miles: 130,000 All Suspension Products on Vehicle
Location: Palo Alto, CA Shocks: Bilstein HD Shock
Driving Style: Spirited Chassis Products: N/A
Miles of product use: 25,000 Spring: H&R Sport Spring Set
Satisfaction Rating: 8 Coil-Over: N/A

When the air leveling system finally went out on my 4.8is, I decided to replace it with a good setup of springs and dampers. The ride quality went down significantly, but that was to be expected, I m used to it now and happy with the result, but it is firm. The performance increase has been great overall. Lowered enough to improve performance and look good, it looks factory with plenty of travel to hammer around city streets, construction, etc. The dampers were a huge improvement in body control. The stock setup would get over whelmed when I would hammer on it, now I have to really be getting crazy for the setup to loose control of the body, and its not a light suv. At 9/10ths it manages itself very well for a 6000lbs suv with regular triple digit offramps/onramps and tight back road hammerings, its fun to drive. I can make use of the 275/315 spec Conti DWS (great tire, highly recommend), I can still tow boats, blast through snow storms, etc. This setup also did a lot to help cure the inherent wallowing understeer, as did -2.5 deg camber at all 4 corners . Its a great setup if you want to drive your suv hard. If I were to do it again I would consider whether or not I really need to go this fast in an suv. I might go for Touring dampers instead of HD s in the name of comfort and ride quality, but def keep the HR Sports, if you drive in the fast lane its the right spring to have.

-- Review submitted 2012-10-18


Car Icon 2000 Volvo S80 T-6
Vehicle Miles: 119,500 All Suspension Products on Vehicle
Location: Lombard, Il Shocks: Bilstein Sport Shock
Driving Style: Spirited Chassis Products: N/A
Miles of product use: 1,000 Spring: H&R Sport Spring Set
Satisfaction Rating: 10 Coil-Over: N/A

I first installed the H & R lowering springs using the original rear shocks. Big mistake. The shocks lost all fluid within the first 500 miles of driving. I ordered the Bilstein s and put them on and could not be happier. Wow, what a difference in comfort, performance and safety. I did not feel the car was safe to drive with the new lowering springs using the OE shocks. Driving over 50 miles an hour was like riding a bucking bronco! I cannot wait to change out my front struts as these are new OE and they do not like the lowering springs at all.

-- Review submitted 2012-08-31




First time user and I don't know why I waited this long!!!! -- Gerardo, CA    Read More



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