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you should go with the h&r. I have them on my 2 with 17" inch wheels and its a pretty good fit for the money. The best way to go would be with coilovers to get that extra 1/2" but its not really worth the extra $
 

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havent test-driven it yet. it's a friend's car and according to him, ride became a bit choppy.
have test driven it already. ride is quite choppy on uneven roads. im on maxspeed springs which costs roughly 40% cheaper than the HNR and they both ride almost the same. im happier with the maxspeed since they give a more even stance than the HNR where the rear is raised a bit than the front

have also test driven eibach springs. they are by far the best in terms of ride comfort but doesnt give the same drop as the maxspeed
 

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My car is running the mazda speed lowering springs. They are either Eibach or Racing Beat. The ride height in my option is perfect. They have harder spring rates not sure what the rates are but I auto-cross it and the car runs extremely flat with them. I went with these because I kept the factory warrenty and they were fairly well priced for that fact. Plus they are Mazda BLUE! They look pimp under the car (always a bonus)
 

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My car is running the mazda speed lowering springs. They are either Eibach or Racing Beat. The ride height in my option is perfect. They have harder spring rates not sure what the rates are but I auto-cross it and the car runs extremely flat with them. I went with these because I kept the factory warrenty and they were fairly well priced for that fact. Plus they are Mazda BLUE! They look pimp under the car (always a bonus)

When you say it runs extremely flat, do you mean no body roll? Curious about this cause I hate body roll and it would suck upgrading to these springs and still having a noticeable amount of body roll.
 

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Hello, My daughter bought her 2014 Mazda 2 three years ago. She has some clunking in the rear, and it turns out she has 2 broken Coil Springs! She certainly does not drive it hard. Does this car have a problem with rear coil springs?
 
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