Install H&R PCS adjustable height/dampening suspension components.
1 - H&R PCS SUSPENSION KIT
(EVOSPORT $1649 part #HRS.SUS.B46.C08)
Lug Wrench/Impact Wrench
10mm Wrench x 2
16mm Wrench/Socket x 2
Spray Lubricant/Anti-Seize Compound
This suspension is so similiar to the Bilstein PSS9 system that I chose to only document the differences between the two
on this DIY. The only visible major difference is the rear spring perches. Use the PSS9 DIY for
installation instructions then refer to this page for any changes.
These steps go along with the same numbered steps in the PSS9 DIY.
Page 1 - Step 4. The H&R rear spring perches come assembled (Photo A), but will need to be taken apart to install.
Using lock-ring pliers, remove the lock rings on both screws (Photo B). Save them to put back in place once perches are in.
Page 1 - Step 8. I used the JT Designs Rear Shock Mounts again. Remove the nut from the stock shocks. Pull off the stock
shock mounts and replace with the JT mounts (Photo C). Make sure to bring the large cupped washer to the new mount (Photo D).
Page 2 - Step 9. Seperate the lower nuts on the H&R spring perch. These fit above and below the control arm
to clamp the arm between them. BIG NOTE: USE ANTI-SEIZE COMPOUND on ALL rear perch threads. There isn't an easy way of tightening them with any tool, so I just twisted them
together as tight as I could by hand. There is a 6mm Hex set screw to tighten the pieces together (Photo E).
Page 2 - Step 10. Screw the perch cap down into the lower nuts. This is what adjusts your height. Make sure
you place one of the black plastic slip discs on top to keep the spring from turning the perch (Photo F).
That is about the only difference between the systems. I have a picture of the completed front strut (Photos G) if
you'd like to see them.
Adjusting the fronts is the same as the PSS9s. The strut body is exactly the same, although the internal valving may be
different with H&R. The rears utilize a hex key socket in the underside of the perch. You unload the suspension, remove
the shocks and twist the perch from under the control arm. Please read the REVIEW below for more information.