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      10-02-2012, 06:10 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by brian99997 View Post
Here is a pic of the h&r sport, it was barely noticeable from the sport line suspension other than the ride quality isn't as good and my lap time was arguably the same if not slower on a tight 90 second track.

it clears MOST parking blocks, but drive right and you'll be fine. another 10mm isn't that much really, it will hang on more but I can't see how it would be undrivable with this car because of the wheel placement toward the edges of the car (no overhangs like 911's and such)
So you recommend the super sport. I haven't seen anyone with the H&R super sport springs with the stock 18" sport rims. So it's kind of hard to tell how the Super sport looks. I see people with the super sport and 20" rims alot on here it looks as if the rear is touching or is too close to the tires.

So much smaller would the gap in the picture be if they were super sport springs? From what I read the sport and super sport are different by more then 10mm right?