Sold HFP springs

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  1. dwmilton

    dwmilton Well-Known Member

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    Wanting a set of 9th gen HFP lowering springs. The struts & shocks aren't needed. Shipping will be to 79932.
     
  2. dwmilton

    dwmilton Well-Known Member

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    Bump...no one have a set of HFPs sitting around, they’ve moved on from?
     
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    Just curious, did you find a set of hfp struts/shocks missing the springs and now you need springs?
     
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    No sir, I have a 2014 Si sedan, so the front struts aren’t compatible. I just want the drop/ride/handling balance the HFP springs would offer. Something between OE and my current Swift Spec-R springs.
     
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    Swift r springs are almost the same drop. I can’t imagine you’d actually notice much even if you found some hfp springs by themselves. Are you on oem struts/shocks? You may want to look at the truharts. They’re around ~$250ish for all 4. That would prob actually get you closer to the hfp suspension feel with your current springs.
     
  6. dwmilton

    dwmilton Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I’m on the OE struts/shocks. Chris at Redshift said something similar. I guess it just seemed counter intuitive to me. I likely don’t properly understand how the shock valving works with/against spring rates. My thoughts were that the struts didn’t change, so the Swift springs caused me to feel every pebble/ripple in the road. From there, I figured the OE struts and springs were both taller and softer; with the HFP parts splitting the difference between OE & Swift.
     
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    Hello

    I can sell you the whole set of HFP suspension lol
     
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    Thanks Tak, what price would you be asking, shipped to 79932?

    With other input I’ve gotten above and elsewhere, it seems I have inexpensive alternatives, that’d net the same results.
     
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