Welcome to the Acura RL Springs Center at Andy's Auto Sport!
At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Acura RL springs to ensure that you have every springs option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Acura RL springs, so that whether you are looking for Eibach springs or cheap Acura RL springs or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Acura RL springs needs!
2005-2010 Acura RL SH-AWD VIN code KB1
H&R Sport Springs - Lowers Front: 1.5", Rear: 1.4"
Price: $240.13 for 4
Springs Overview on Andy's Auto Sport TV!
Check out this video we made that explains all the basics about lowering springs. We explain how they work, how they're listed on the Andy's website, and what exactly progressive springs are. We also do an install of some Hotchkis springs on our project vehicle. Check it out!
Comparison: Lowering Springs versus Coilovers
We made a video explaining the key differences between springs and coilovers. The biggest difference is that one is adjustable and one is not, but we show exmaples of both and the types of varieties you can expect with both. If you're on the fence about whether to get springs or coilovers, then you should definitely check out this video!
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Lowered or lifted RL springs can offer you one of the most dramatic changes you can make to your ride, whether it be just for looks or for increased performance as well. Just about every vehicle here at Andy's has benefited from a new set of springs, and we're confident that installing new RL springs will make you feel like you're driving a completely new ride. Let's face it: stock ride height usually sucks, so do something about it!
Aftermarket RL springs not only change the ride height of your vehicle, but can affect its handling characteristics as well. Certain springs are made strictly for a lower or higher profile, while others are made to enhance your vehicle's performance for street or track use. Changing out your RL springs will usually necessitate a new set of shocks that are matched to your intended use, so be sure to check out the performance shocks that we offer to complement your new springs.