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Has anyone tried the Megan Springs?
Megan Racing
I am looking for a slightly raked look and these seem to fit the bill. They claim to drop 1.5" in the front and 0.9 in the rear, but I've seen other springs not exactly deliver on their claims.


They are also the only aftermarket spring I have seen that claim to be progressive in the rear.
I know the F-Sport springs are progressive as well, but they do not publish their spring rates. I cannot seem to find stock spring rates either. Anyone have stock spring rates?


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I have a couple thousand miles on the springs.
The fronts lowered 1-3/8" (1.375") on both sides. The driver's side was 3/16" lower before and after the install.


The rears lowered 13/16" (.8125) on the drivers side and 1-1/16" (1.0625") on the passenger side. The driver's side was 5/16" lower to start. After lowering, the driver and passenger are within 1/16" of each other.


Ride is firm, but so was stock. I can't tell much difference, but most of the roads I drive are pretty good. My wife drives the car as well, and didn't have any complaints. YMMV if you live up north where the roads are not as nice.


Overall, I am very pleased with the stance. Ride could be better, but I still think its pretty good for lowered compact with 45 series tires running 50 psi. Price was also tough to beat. $147 shipped.


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Well i used recently these megan springs and i by these springs from eBay ad which is really good to use and also well for a long time.
 
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