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      10-19-2013, 03:10 PM   #8

Drives: 2017 M3 COMP PKG
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Toronto

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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.
2012 X6 35I (Gone) 2013 650 GC (Gone)
2014 M5 Comp PKG (Gone)
2015 X6 50I (Gone)
2017 M3 Comp PKG 2017 MINI JCW
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