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Was told by a Porsche mechanic today that I had aftermarket coil springs on my 2005 CS. Bought the CS back in March 2013. No wonder the ride is so harsh. I thought it was mainly from the 295/30/22 tires (I am sure they contribute to the harsh ride too). I was thinking of going to 20" wheels with 275/40/20s to soften the ride but now I want to price out and look for stock coil springs. Anyone changed their coil spring before? The Porsche mechanic it would take him about six hours with the fronts being a bit more difficult. I've done Macpherson struts before on a VW Scirocco but I am sure the CS is much more sophisticated. I see this: H&R OE Sport SpringsLowers .25 - .75” on average Offers more control and balance Only from H&R, OE Sport Springs are for those who desire a slight increase in handling and control. You can expect reduced body roll and superb ride comfort with better driving convenience. OE Sport Springs provide a subtle upgrade for a fine-tuned vehicle. About $325. I may have to go to the junk yard and look for old ones. Actually I haven't been in a Cayenne other than my own so I have no idea what a stock 2005 CS rides like (non air suspension).