Yes, that will work, but the CTS shocks are too soft for the V, and it'll handle like crap (HMO). Wildwhl makes bushings that allow you to keep the shock V shocks... with the H&R springs, there is nothing to cut.byucelt said:so, if I was to buy H&R springs in order to make it work I would have to purchase stock CTS shocks? Is this correct? I have no desire to cut anything.
Same verbage I heard twice before giving up :thepan:Dreamin said:...or not...
Just called H&R... springs are out of R&D and are being manufactured right now (germany facility)... they should be available "right after the new year".
Take that for what it's worth... that's the 4th or 5th time H&R has said "they'll be available in a few weeks" over the last year.