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      02-12-2007, 01:54 AM   #1
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How do you like the ride on H&R race springs?

Compared to stock?

I have had H&R earlier on some previous cars and on them the ride comfort didnt really change that much?

If you do a fare comparsion?
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do you have sports or regular suspension?
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do you have sports or regular suspension?
I have regular suspension today.
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Although I dont have H&R on mine, I can pretty much sum it up from all the threads here on the forums: H&R + non-runflat tires= better ride.
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Although I dont have H&R on mine, I can pretty much sum it up from all the threads here on the forums: H&R + non-runflat tires= better ride.

Thanks,

The Run flats are like a piece of crap.
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but they're so expensive!
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but they're so expensive!

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not only they are expensive, but you cant find them in small towns...
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not only they are expensive, but you cant find them in small towns...

Are you kidding me? Expensive? No way, thats really cheap. I guess that Im damaged by my previous Supercharged M3 E46 with all extras on it.

Im fine with buying online too, so thats no problem.

Now, please. Can someone write down some reflections of the ride comfort?
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