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Just bought a '98 Boxster. Car has H&R Coil overs that feel like four pieces of metal instead of a suspension kit. Is this normal? Of course on a smooth street you can corner as if you were playing a Tron Lightcycle video game but any bumps are far from comfortable. Considering selling them and going with M030. Anyone want a set of low mileage coil overs? I know they're low mileage because I bought the car from an employee of mine who only put 15K miles on the car since he got it and he had the coil overs installed.

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You should consider posting a for sale ad, I am sure someone would buy them from you since lowered/performance oriented suspension mods are in high demand. One of the better ways to improve the car if you want improved handling with a compromise in ride comfort.

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