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      10-19-2013, 03:10 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by EuroKar View Post
What did they say was different between the 2 ?
For the H&R: It drops vehicle a lot, plus gives you some handling improvement, but it does stiff the ride. Some folks also mentioned it will cause a bouncy driving experience on the highway. Price is around $400-$500.

For the ACS: It does not drop the vehicle a lot, but definitely there is no bouncy ride. When you are cruising on the highway it feels almost stock, but when are doing a fast corner you will feel the ride is more stable and far more less body roll. The price is two times of H&R.

Both are nice springs, if you want to end up mods on handling, I think the ACS is a better option. However, if springs is just for a nice looking and you will go with some more expensive solutions (coils) just take H&R.

Winter is coming soon in Canada, so I would test out is the ground clearance enough for usual winter driving first, and think about put on springs after the winter.
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