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AJ.K

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PostSubject: H&R coilovers - advice please.    H&R coilovers - advice please.  EmptyThu Feb 23 2012, 20:58

Looking. At buying some h&r coilovers for my TT, need it pretty low though because I'm trying to pull off the look on 17's

Just don't want to ruin the ride quality. Has anyone run or running these?

Cheers Aj
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PostSubject: Re: H&R coilovers - advice please.    H&R coilovers - advice please.  EmptyFri Feb 24 2012, 19:03

Yeah I have H&Rs Smile
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PostSubject: Re: H&R coilovers - advice please.    H&R coilovers - advice please.  EmptyFri Feb 24 2012, 19:33

matty_mk1 wrote:
Yeah I have H&Rs Smile

They ride good matty? What would you rate out of 10? Meaning ride quality?
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PostSubject: Re: H&R coilovers - advice please.    H&R coilovers - advice please.  EmptyFri Feb 24 2012, 20:24

Depends how low you go with them. I'm pretty much at the limit with mine so it's firm. If you want ride quality and lows get untouched with Si Sweetland for a set of the modded extra deeps Cool They have 40mm shorter inserts.
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matty_mk1 wrote:
Depends how low you go with them. I'm pretty much at the limit with mine so it's firm. If you want ride quality and lows get untouched with Si Sweetland for a set of the modded extra deeps Cool They have 40mm shorter inserts.

Think il have to get low to 60-70 mil at least :0
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theyll be great at that height.
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PostSubject: Re: H&R coilovers - advice please.    H&R coilovers - advice please.  EmptySat Feb 25 2012, 10:09

matty_mk1 wrote:
theyll be great at that height.

Thanks alot cheers

Il get them ordered now Very Happy
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