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Has anyone on here used demon or other drag springs on there hellcats and drive on the road.
 

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Daily drive on OEM Demon springs
 

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I have factory demon springs and sways bars on my car for 10,000 miles .

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I have the HHP Springs

I don't mind the Springs for DD driving and I like them a lot for launching at the Drag strip.
I got my 60 ft down to 1.37


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Since these springs allow weight transfer to the rear during hard acceleration - does the opposite happen under hard braking - does it nose dive like a '62 Buick ? Or I think the shocks would minimize that ... any input appreciated .
 

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I have the HHP Springs

I don't mind the Springs for DD driving and I like them a lot for launching at the Drag strip.
I got my 60 ft down to 1.37


Linda
I need to ask about the way it drove on highway and back roads? Did you use stock shocks or something after market? Thanks
 

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Since these springs allow weight transfer to the rear during hard acceleration - does the opposite happen under hard braking - does it nose dive like a '62 Buick ? Or I think the shocks would minimize that ... any input appreciated .
I'm sure the factory adaptive suspension will handle that. It's not like your riding around on worn out lightweight springs either.

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Since these springs allow weight transfer to the rear during hard acceleration - does the opposite happen under hard braking - does it nose dive like a '62 Buick ? Or I think the shocks would minimize that ... any input appreciated .
No it does not do that . The adaptive shocks take car of that no problem.

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I need to ask about the way it drove on highway and back roads? Did you use stock shocks or something after market? Thanks
I live on a back road and drive the highway to work. The shocks are stock.
After race season during inspection I asked my guy to check out the front end alignment which did need realigned.
Other than that I dont have problems Daily Driving.

Linda :)
 
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