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Okay, i've been searching around on the website and can't find the definite answer. First the spring/coilover specs say that the h&r are linear, but progressively built, and the neuspeed springs are linear. How come some users say h&r/neuspeed is progressive and some do not. I'm just confused of who is right and who is wrong. Clarification please? thanks

ps. the race springs by the way
 

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Taken from the Articles section and it's posted in the suspension forum:

Nuespeed Race spring:
Rate: Front- 455 Rear-360
Drop: Front- 2" Rear- 1.75
Linear spring

Nuespeed Sport:
Rate: Front- 250Rear- 185
Drop: Front- 1.75 Rear- 1.5
Progressive spring

Nuespeed Soft sport:
Rate: Front- 250 Rear- 185
Drop: Front- .75 Rear- .5
Progressive spring

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H&R Race spring:
Rate: Front- 460 Rear-350
Drop: Front- 2" Rear- 1.75
Progressively built but those coils are compressed all the way when the wieght of the car is on them. Functions as a Linear spring

H&R Sport spring:
Rate: Front- 276 Rear-276
Drop: Front- 1.75" Rear- 1.5
Front - Linear Rear- progressive
They will not release the spring rate????

H&R OE Sport springs:
Rate: Front & Rear- 15-20% higher than stock
Drop: Front- .75 Rear- .75
No info on linear or progressive????

H&R Standard Coil Over:
Rate: Front- 385 Rear- 265
Drop: Front- .75-3" Rear- .75-2.5"
No info on linear or progressive????

H&R Road Race Coil Over:
Rate: Front-520 Rear- 800
Drop: Front- 1.5-2.5" Rear- 1.5-2.5"
No info on linear or progressive????
 
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