Porsche 911 (992) Turbo, Turbo S get H&R lowering springs
The long-anticipated short suspension springs are finally out for the latest – 992 – iteration of the Porsche 911. H&R promises equal performance on the street and the track.
Once installed, ride height drops by only 20 millimeters – but even this design change necessitated overcoming extremely challenging limitations dictated by the suspension layout of the sports car, H&R admits. In return, the driver gets better and more intuitive steering at higher speeds, especially when cornering.
The upgrade kit is currently only compatible with the Turbo and Turbo S Coupe fitted with PASM suspension and front axle lift system. The asking price is €690.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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