When it comes to how a vehicle feels to drive and how it handles, there are few things more important than the suspension.
A bad suspension can translate to a harsh, bone-shuddering ride. A top quality suspension means a ride that responds to the road surface whilst still giving a smooth, comfortable ride.
H&R has over a decade of experience designing and creating the best lowering springs around, and they can deliver the responsive and comfortable ride you have been searching for
The first step in improving any suspension is the springs. Replacing stock springs with H&R Lowering Springs, as well as improved looks and comfort, can translate to better handling and reduced body roll.
H&R, unlike many other performance parts companies, designs, builds and tests every part, no matter how small, in their own German factory.
With over a decade of experience working with premier race teams across Europe, H&R knows exactly what it takes to deliver parts of the highest quality that deliver performance no matter the environment or the road surface.
For example, every H&R Lowering Spring is shot-peened to create a stronger surface. This means that H&R’s lowering springs have much greater surface strength and resistance to cracking or breakage. For you, this means peace of mind that, no matter the stresses or harshness of the road, H&R Lowering Springs will not let you down.
This all translates to lowering springs that are stronger and more reliable than any other out there.
- H&R has over a decade working with premier racing teams across Europe
- Every part, no matter how small, designed and built in H&R’s own German factory
- Each Lowering Spring is shot-peened to create a spring stronger than any other
There are many modifications that can change how a vehicle looks, but none can match the sleek look of a low riding suspension. H&R Lowering Springs can lower the profile of your vehicle by .25 to 2.5 inches, depending on the product line chosen.
What our customers say about H&R Lowering Springs
What our customers say about H&R Lowering Springs “Lowering Springs can be a nightmare to get hold of for an old car like mine. Thanks to Europerformance for being the only suppliers to actually stock them for UK customers, they were at my door in just three days from ordering. H&R lowering springs really improve the handling, and the ride quality is now as good if not better than stock springs. At first, it didn’t seem that Bilstien B6 dampers were at all strong enough to cope with the H&R lowering springs from new. The car would still jump and rattle, but after about 6 months of driving about like this, the H&R springs bedded in nicely, allowing the B6 dampers to be felt holding the car down on the road ALOT more.”
H&R Lowering Springs provide a sportier look that will not degrade over time. The superior 54SiCr6 spring steel that H&R uses ensures that lowering springs will not sag or set over time, like some other lowering springs. When lowering springs sag or set into a single position, this can mean stress and damage for other components in the car’s suspension. With H&R Lowering Springs, this will never be an issue.
- H&R Lowering Springs can significantly lower the profile of your vehicle
- Springs will not set or sag over time, like some other lowering springs
With H&R Lowering Springs, you do not just get a great new look, but also a number of boosts to your vehicle’s handling and performance on the road.
A lower car means a lowered centre of gravity. When you are on the road, this shows itself in much-improved handling. Because the vehicle is closer to the road, it hugs the surface much more tightly and the result is a more responsive drive.
The reduction of body roll, a vehicle’s tendency to pull to the outside of a turn when cornering at speed, is another big benefit of a lowered suspension. Less body roll means more compact, tighter cornering and higher performance from your vehicle when you need it most.
- As well as great looks, there are lots of performance boosts from having a lowered vehicle
- Improved handling and a more responsive drive overall
- Reductions in body roll makes for tighter cornering