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Re: H&R springs and Bilstein shocks... (BahnStormer202)

I like this combo, handles really good but I also added the rear/front Autotech swaybar. The suspension was plusher that I what I expected but then I took it to Manhattan and that showed its true colors. I heard race is too stiff but I guess it depends on the roads you drive.
 

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Re: H&R springs and Bilstein shocks... (marcogyver)

Go w/ RACE. I've got the sports (no pics, sorry). I like my set-up, but the RACE would be that much better, and gives slightly more drop. I enjoy the way my car handles, but I've got front and rear sways and front and rear tie bars too. Talk about on rails.
 

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Re: H&R springs and Bilstein shocks... (BahnStormer202)

H&R Race with Blistein Sport here.
No complaints,Perfect setup for good roads and especially the highways.
NYC is crap,so the car will be harsh here,like anything else.
 

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Re: H&R springs and Bilstein shocks... (dolemite)

quote:[HR][/HR]thats what i have, a little rough but perfectly streetable. [HR][/HR]​
Me too. a bit harsh on the bumps, but corners like its on rails.
if you get the RACE set up, it will NOT be very comfortable and not that much better performance (unless you're going to the track) IMO.


[Modified by fstedie, 5:52 AM 4-6-2002]
 

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Re: H&R springs and Bilstein shocks... (BahnStormer202)

go sport. coilovers are great, they're adjustable and all but they cost more than just a bit more...
 
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