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H&R Race Spring Set
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Race Spring Set

Performance Street, Autocross/Track
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  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Extreme Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: 50104-88
  • Note: Avg low 2.0"F 1.75"R
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Ratings & Reviews H&R Race Spring Set

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  • Vehicle:
    1994 Acura Integra
    4
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      5,000
      Shocks:
      Stock
    • Vehicle Miles:
      130,000
      Spring:
      H&R Race Spring Set
    • Location:
      Bay Area, CA
      Chassis Products:
      N/A
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Combined Highway/City
    January 22, 2010
    I purchased a used Integra with 130k miles on it that already had Skunk2 sleeved coilovers with Tokico blue struts on the front and Koni Reds on the rears. The ride on those sleeves were horrible. I still wanted a low drop and decided to go with race springs. I opted for the H&R due to there high rep. After installation, I immediately noticed a better ride quality on city streets going over dips, tar snakes, just driving on rough roads. As far harsh highway roads go, it was slightly better. I wish the drop were more low in the front as it had that "sag" look on the rear. With 195/55/15 tires, I was tucking in the rear with half inch gap up front. I wouldn''t recommend these springs for daily driving or commute purposes. These are for drivers who are willing to sacrifice comfort to gain a better setup for the weekend autocross/track days. My commute is short, therefore these springs achieved my expectations. If you want a low drop without the super stiff ride, research into Ground Control coilovers with lower spring rates (stock rates).
  • Vehicle:
    2004 Ford Focus SE Sedan
    5
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      3,000
      Shocks:
      Koni Sport
    • Vehicle Miles:
      80,000
      Spring:
      H&R Race Spring Set
    • Location:
      Duncan, SC
      Chassis Products:
      H&R Anti-Roll Bar
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Combined Highway/City
    October 05, 2009
    With the H&R race springs, adjustable koni yellows, an the H&R sways the ride wasn''t really that bad, yes it was a little harsh when going over a pot holes but that''s not my fault the city is too cheap to fill them up. The focus is a really good hanlding car compaired to some others (that probley why i oversteered it into a ditch). But other than that the springs are just an awsome set.
  • Vehicle:
    2007 Volkswagen Rabbit 4-Door Standard Model
    4.5
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      10,000
      Shocks:
      Stock
    • Vehicle Miles:
      20,000
      Spring:
      H&R Race Spring Set
    • Location:
      Montreal, QC
      Chassis Products:
      N/A
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Combined Highway/City
    February 20, 2009
    Great bang for the buck!

    I have moved to coilovers since, but ran the H&R race on stock shocks for about 10,000 miles and really liked them. Great handling, almost stock ride comfort, lowered about 2" all around.

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