Why Should I Buy Lowering Springs?
Every car from the factory comes with a large gap in between the tire
and the fender. Lowering springs will reduce or eliminate this gap
giving you a custom and flush looking fitment.
Aftermarket springs are commonly used to lower the ride height and to reduce
body roll. This is also often done when upgrading to a larger wheel and tire
package. Generally speaking, the stiffer the spring rates (the amount of
resistance a spring is set for against compression), the softer the sway bar
setting can be set in order to achieve a similarly flat cornering response.
When trying to decide which lowering springs are right for you, your goal should
not be to drop down the car as far as possible. In many cases, overly "slammed"
cars may actually be illegal for road use and terrible performers. The ideal
range of adjustment should be 0.5 to 2 inches using traditional lowering
springs. Any lower, the height of the perch should be adjusted by using a
ride-height adjustable coilover suspension.
Installation for the H&R Sport
Springs is classified as moderate hard. You will need standard tools to
disassemble your suspension, in addition to a spring compressor.
Professional installation is highly recommended for this product.