Today I just installed koni yellow sport and h&r sport spring
The height looks stock, wonder how long does it take to settle?
was running Hotchkis Sport Suspension Sport Springs and now it for sale.
Eibach-Correctly manufactured springs, both leaf and coil, are shot peened which removes stresses in the metal which occurs during the heat-treating process. The life of the spring is not only increased because of shot peening, the spring will not continue to take "a set" once it is installed.
Swift-All Eibach suspension coils are pre-set to eliminate settling and increase life expectancy.
(they then add some marketing BS about why, but all properly made and installed springs are this way.)Swift Sports Springs has been designed to give you your ride height immediately.
Thanks guys,Springs don't settle. Seriously.
Bushings and other soft components can, especially if the install isn't done quite right (not resetting bushings to neutral, preloading mistakes, etc)... but the springs don't settle.
Here's quotes from folks who actually manufacture springs:
(they then add some marketing BS about why, but all properly made and installed springs are this way.)
Lots of folks install springs wrong, so they confuse something like their bushings deflecting with the springs "settling" but it just ain't true no matter how often folks who don't know better repeat the myth.