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Well if nobody has tried them I'll have to be the guinea pig. Have just purchased them, will report back once I receive them and have installed them.
 

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don't do it mate I have used lots of springs an they are the only ones that have snapped time after time , in the end I gave up putting them on for the customer an used h&r they are a lot better.
 

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I lowered the Up! On the weekend with the Apex springs, quite happy with the results, the ride is still good except on really rough roads where you get a bit of bounce, no hitting of the bump stops though.

The lowest point on the car is now exactly 100mm at the apron underneath the front bumper.
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We need pictures
 

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baker42 said:
has it made the ride any firmer? 
I do about 150km round trip to work with a mixture of free ways, country roads and stop start traffic, and I have no big issues with it. The ride is a bit firmer as the shock is always compressed an extra 40mm. I would like to replace the shocks as well with some smaller ones (bilstein), but that probably won't be till next year.Edited by: Aussie Up!
 
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