Go to work ya hippie
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200K+ Miles on Factory Original VR6 Chains.
It's all personal preference. Why get mad about someone else's opinion?
I prefer B&G for damping and how they are designed. I've had collars seize an whatever but a replace body thru B&G is like one hundo shipped. Finding a replacement H&R is a pain in the
Then again, personal preference and opinion. No need to hound who has the best out there, that's a never ending argument.
I myself have had H&R UUL and B&G's and my B&G's ride perfect. But I still wouldn't say no to a set of H&R's. I just prefer the B&G's.
p o r s c h e n v y
it was a month or two after i got the car (4+ years ago) and i really dont remember who i ended up getting it from.
i know the first couple distributors i called had no idea what Ultra Lows were so i called H&R directly and still had to go through a distributor but i cant remember who. let me see if i can find a receipt.
2010 CC R-line 6 speed APR Stage 1 Magnaflow catback/no resonator, KSPORT Coilovers, clear turns, debadged, Verdict Motorsports shift bushings, Hotchkis 27mm RSB
I've had H&R streets, H&R Ultra Low I's, and H&R Ultra Low II's. Currently I'm running Ultra low I's on my daily, and Ultra low II's on my Golf. Best coils I've ever rode on, hands down, and I've had PSS9's, too, and Koni's.
My favorite set up for going low is some sort of H&R coil (Ultra low I, because I raise it all the way up for the winter), followed by Koni's, Bilsteins, and for a "budget set up" Koni yellow shocks with FK 60/40 springs.