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Anyone using them? Thanks
 

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I don't think H&R ever made P2R (or AWD) springs
 

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I ask about HR's because, I liked how the ride was on another car. Plus they are progressive springs as opposed to the linear from Eibach's. They seem to sit la bit lower as well compared to Eibachs.
 

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I ask about HR's because, I liked how the ride was on another car. Plus they are progressive springs as opposed to the linear from Eibach's. They seem to sit la bit lower as well compared to Eibachs.
They do not make them for S60R's.....which is weird because they make them for V70R's

http://www.hrsprings.com/scripts/appguide.php?Mode=Make+Guide&SubMode=Find3&MakeID=39
Awesome. Thanks for the link. Another noob question. How do I know I have self leveling Suspension or not?
 

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If you have comfort, sport or advanced suspension setting then you have it. Iam pretty sure all R's have it.


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What do those buttons even do?

The factory added a eject button feature. Try pushing the botton in your car and see if you have that option.
 

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No P2R has self leveling suspension!

They all have 4C which is a dynamic dampening system, not a self leveling system.
 
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