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Like the title states, since I can’t seem to leave anything alone, for my 20 corolla sedan hybrid...

What are the differences between the rsr springs Fitment wise? I’ve seen guys use the super down hb springs On a sedan,just wondering if there’s a significant difference.

they make Sedan down springs(1 inch) and hatchback super downs (2 inch)

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Hatchback super downs have higher spring rate because they’re slightly heavier. Might make the back a little bit higher but most people I’ve seen have been fine with it. RSR Downs for reference
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Hatchback super downs have higher spring rate because they’re slightly heavier. Might make the back a little bit higher but most people I’ve seen have been fine with it. RSR Downs for reference View attachment 309724
the rsr website shows the hb and the sedan have the same spring rate for the down sup springs.

thanks for the reply though doesn't look to be too low for dd. my last lowered car was a vw mk4 that cracked oil pans like nobody's business.
 
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