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Wtb swift sport springs 2009 gtr


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Johnnypbmx

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Please PM. New or lightly used. Thank you

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I see you requested sports springs. Make sure whomever you buy them from knows there are two different options for the CBA.

I found the Spec R springs to be way to stiff on NE roads.

Spring rates :
Spec R Front : 1117 lb front and 615 lb rear
Swift Sport Front: 840 lb and 392 lb rear
OEM Front : 799 lb and 382 rear

Good luck !!
Cicio Performance billet Crank 4.1 w/ CP billet pistons, Zenith R turbos, Cicio wet sump oling upgrade, flex fuel, ETS mid, down pipe, race FMIC, STM titanium axle back, ID2000s, Shep One K with drop gears, DS Axles, Volk Saga 18 10/12 (MT ET Streets), Advan GT Premium 20 R888. 1450+ hp / 1210+ tq

Old setups : more AMS motors than anyone I know - Alpha 9 w/ AMS 3.8, GTX3582R Gen II w/ AMS 4.1 billet crank, GTX3582R Gen II w/ AMS 4.0 big bore billet crank and of course FBO E85.

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Thanks for the info- as far as i know specR springs were never made for cba model, only sport springs. I currently have specV japanese bilsteins and they are stiff with kw sleeve kit. NE roads were too rough for me too so now i live in dallas :)

I see you requested sports springs. Make sure whomever you buy them from knows there are two different options for the CBA.

I found the Spec R springs to be way to stiff on NE roads.

Spring rates :
Spec R Front : 1117 lb front and 615 lb rear
Swift Sport Front: 840 lb and 392 lb rear
OEM Front : 799 lb and 382 rear

Good luck !!



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You are correct, but many shops just order the Spec R.

I posted this so it will show up for others down the road.

Quick google search turns up :

Swift SPEC-R Sport Springs - Nissan GT-R 09-14 (R35) Part Number: SWIFT-4N017R

Correct part numbers :

2009-2010 R35 GT-R 4N017
2011-2014 R35 GT-R 4N917R
2015-2031 R35 GT-R 4N912
Cicio Performance billet Crank 4.1 w/ CP billet pistons, Zenith R turbos, Cicio wet sump oling upgrade, flex fuel, ETS mid, down pipe, race FMIC, STM titanium axle back, ID2000s, Shep One K with drop gears, DS Axles, Volk Saga 18 10/12 (MT ET Streets), Advan GT Premium 20 R888. 1450+ hp / 1210+ tq

Old setups : more AMS motors than anyone I know - Alpha 9 w/ AMS 3.8, GTX3582R Gen II w/ AMS 4.1 billet crank, GTX3582R Gen II w/ AMS 4.0 big bore billet crank and of course FBO E85.

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I think that the cba springs were only sport- the specR springs will fit but will be too stiff for the cba bilsteins. Theres a thread on gtrlife where someone actually spoke with the owner of swift regarding this issue and he Specifically said not to use specR on cba.


You are correct, but many shops just order the Spec R.

I posted this so it will show up for others down the road.

Quick google search turns up :

Swift SPEC-R Sport Springs - Nissan GT-R 09-14 (R35) Part Number: SWIFT-4N017R

Correct part numbers :

2009-2010 R35 GT-R 4N017
2011-2014 R35 GT-R 4N917R
2015-2031 R35 GT-R 4N912


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^^ good to know - would have saved me some time lol
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Cicio Performance billet Crank 4.1 w/ CP billet pistons, Zenith R turbos, Cicio wet sump oling upgrade, flex fuel, ETS mid, down pipe, race FMIC, STM titanium axle back, ID2000s, Shep One K with drop gears, DS Axles, Volk Saga 18 10/12 (MT ET Streets), Advan GT Premium 20 R888. 1450+ hp / 1210+ tq

Old setups : more AMS motors than anyone I know - Alpha 9 w/ AMS 3.8, GTX3582R Gen II w/ AMS 4.1 billet crank, GTX3582R Gen II w/ AMS 4.0 big bore billet crank and of course FBO E85.

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^^ good to know - would have saved me some time lol


I have kw coilover kit with specV jdm bilsteins and its insanely stiff and i feel like worse handling than oem because there is no give- ive done ALOT of research lol this setup was after 2 sets of coilovers now im heading back to swift springs.live and learn
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