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      03-21-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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H&R Sports on sale for $206!

turnermotorsports.com has H&R sports on sale for $206. Just ordered mine for 230 shipped. Unless i didn't search enough, it's the best price i found for them. Just thought I'd share with anyone whose looking for springs.
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I'm thinking about buying these myself...can you post some before and after pics?
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I'm thinking about buying these myself...can you post some before and after pics?
Yup, I'll post them up after it gets installed
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How would these go about with a drop? Will the stock struts last a good bit on a e90 328i?

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Nice find! I also found that turnermotorsports ships free to the Soldiers stationed overseas as well to APO, AE addresses. Definitely gonna order my sport springs from them.
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Would they fit on stock struts
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Hop on over to this >>THREAD<< fellas. Pics have been posted. I just got those H&R's on new stock struts. It's a good drop, 1.2R, 1.4F. These past five days have been great except for the occasional dip that magically appears in front of you. If this is the first time you've actually driven a lowered car as it is mine, it sure makes you much more aware of wtf you're driving over and memorizing the roads you frequent.
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After doing a lot of research on the forums, the majority of people will say not to do it due to the bad ride quality. Your shocks will wear out quicker with the h&r sports. I've read that you can get away with it longer on zsp shocks. There are a handful of guys on here that have had no issues with these springs on stock shocks and have ran them for 10,000+ miles. I think these are the guys who don't mind having a harsh ride.

This is just what i've gathered from the forums. I will be running these on stock zsp shocks. I only have about 23,000 miles on my car so i figured i would get the most out of them first then upgrade my shocks to Konis or coilovers...
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After doing a lot of research on the forums, the majority of people will say not to do it due to the bad ride quality. Your shocks will wear out quicker with the h&r sports. I've read that you can get away with it longer on zsp shocks. There are a handful of guys on here that have had no issues with these springs on stock shocks and have ran them for 10,000+ miles. I think these are the guys who don't mind having a harsh ride.

This is just what i've gathered from the forums. I will be running these on stock zsp shocks. I only have about 23,000 miles on my car so i figured i would get the most out of them first then upgrade my shocks to Konis or coilovers...

mauibuilt: Please provide an update...did you install the springs?
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mauibuilt: Please provide an update...did you install the springs?
Yes, I think I made a thread about it somewhere.... But they've been on for about 10,000 miles now and no issues at all. The ride is a little bumpier than stock, but it's not bad at all. We have nice roads around here so that plays a factor in my satisfaction with these springs. That and the ZSP shocks it's paired with.
As for the drop, it's just what I wanted. Not too low, but got rid of the gap. Overall, I'm happy with the ride quality and the drop.
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