I thought shocks are supposed to control how soft/hard your ride is with little contribution from the spring setup.
Company "A" that makes lowering springs is a competitor of company "B" if they make lowering springs also. It's not one verus another. Hotchkis competes with Eibach and all the rest.
My Eibach Sportlines
are PERFECT. I actually like them better than Hotchkis because they're slightly lower in the front. Handling is utmost impressive.
Also, lowering springs are NOT SUPPOSED to stop body roll all together.
You need a combination of things like sway bars, shocks/struts, springs, and strut bars to reduce body roll to a minimum.
I had Eibach, Too soft.
My buddy had TRD
still had body roll.
I got hook up with Sprint Springs from a guy that I met at Hot Import Nights and I got my buddy some too, just to try out, these springs are the shit, but not many people know about them. They are stiffer, still provide a comfortable ride, turns like on rails and best at freeway speeds, along with the same WARRANTY
. He said Sprint is Eibach's competition. There is a ad in the magazine "Import Tuner" and the Website is sprintspring.com
Just thought I would give some INFO.