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I just installed the H&R coilovers this weekend and have been riding around town with them for about three days now to let them settle in before I dial in the height I want. Let me just say that the ride is nice. No no no the ride is smooth...... no no no the ride is tight and smooth...... nahh I guess what I am trying to say is that these things are the sheiiit! The car handles excellent with less sway in the car then when I had the neuspeed sports alone. The tires never leave the road due to road imperfections and all the bumps that used to knock my teeth out just pass by unoticed. Not a hint of bounciness (is that a word??) and speed bumps are now taken at a speed faster than .0000375 mm/sec! I am really happy with them and can now understand why people pay so much for what seems to be a less adjustable setup. Although I did get a great price with the recent group buy (thanks jason) I think I would have been happy if I had paid full price for these bad boys. So chalk another one up for H&Rs!!!!!!!!!!!! http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Installed H&R Coilovers this weekend on the SLC and.............................. (sergevr6)

are you using any spacers in the back? what kinda wheels are you running on? i bought them too in the recent group buy (Kudos for [email protected]) but have yet to pick them up let alone put them on..
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Re: Installed H&R Coilovers this weekend on the SLC and.............................. (beenana)

On the G/J3 you only need spacers if you are running the stock wheels. 5mm spacer in the rear is it
 
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