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H&R Sport Suspension VS Stock Suspension

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Here are a couple pics showing the H&R Sport springs ride height vs the stock springs ride height.

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How is that compared to the cms? Looks good

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It's freakin beautiful! The ride is awesome as it's not quite as bouncy and there is also suspension travel. It doesn't bottom out like the canucks do.

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It's freakin beautiful! The ride is awesome as it's not quite as bouncy and there is also suspension travel. It doesn't bottom out like the canucks do.

That's awesome!

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the drop looks nice and even. for some reason every lowered g6 the back always seems lower than the front but finally someone got it right!!! Is this a new company/product for the g6???

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H&R is a well established suspension company, right up there with Eibach.

GM has always designed their cars with a "raked" look...not a 100% sure, but mainly for suspension travel and comfort. My GA is the same way, but not as extreme.

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H&R has had their springs out for a while now. These springs have been in use for well over a year now and probably have close to 25,000 miles on them to be honest.

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i know what jedi is talking about i know mine sits lower in the back

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