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Anyone had any experience with HCR Racing's new Sportline A Arms and Trailing Arms? They look great and the price is right. Just don't want to pay the huge price for expensive a arms...(I know...you get what you pay for).
 

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Anyone had any experience with HCR Racing's new Sportline A Arms and Trailing Arms? They look great and the price is right. Just don't want to pay the huge price for expensive a arms...(I know...you get what you pay for).
I have no personal experience with HCR, but the dealer I just bought my machine from wanted me to buy HCR shock tower brace, gusset kit, and bulkhead from them as HCR is local here in Cedar City, UT. They're priced well, but there was a car sitting there with HCR everything, front upper and lower a-arms, trailing arms, radius rods, shock brace, etc. and I looked it over closely. The welds, and just the general fit and finish of their parts didn't look anywhere as nice as CT Raceworx or S3 Powersports stuff and for the parts I was looking for HCR wasn't really any cheaper. Would love to shop local and support a local manufacturer, but at the end of the day I'm going to spend my money where I think I'm getting the best product and service.
 

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I have no personal experience with HCR, but the dealer I just bought my machine from wanted me to buy HCR shock tower brace, gusset kit, and bulkhead from them as HCR is local here in Cedar City, UT. They're priced well, but there was a car sitting there with HCR everything, front upper and lower a-arms, trailing arms, radius rods, shock brace, etc. and I looked it over closely. The welds, and just the general fit and finish of their parts didn't look anywhere as nice as CT Raceworx or S3 Powersports stuff and for the parts I was looking for HCR wasn't really any cheaper. Would love to shop local and support a local manufacturer, but at the end of the day I'm going to spend my money where I think I'm getting the best product and service.
Not that it matters but I don't believe HCR makes all of those parts, they use sub's, Last year when I was buying suspension parts I looked at the HCR gusset parts and I think they were TMW subs. I have no way of know for sure and they could have changed them since.

Their budget arms don't look like a product I wouldn't buy. I have their regular arms and I like them well enough, they were like my third or fourth choice but everyone else was out at the time. I haven't had any issues though.
 

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Don't know much about HCR, but I do know that CT Raceworx stuff is bulletproof! All backed with a lifetime warranty. The only issue is the wait, but their parts are definitely worth waiting for.
 

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Not that it matters but I don't believe HCR makes all of those parts, they use sub's, Last year when I was buying suspension parts I looked at the HCR gusset parts and I think they were TMW subs. I have no way of know for sure and they could have changed them since.

Their budget arms don't look like a product I wouldn't buy. I have their regular arms and I like them well enough, they were like my third or fourth choice but everyone else was out at the time. I haven't had any issues though.
It's just the gusset kit that they sell that they don't fab, but they state that it's TMW. Good to hear that you've had good luck with their a-arms so far, though.
 

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They look nice and the price is very reasonable.
 

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Just keep in mind that budget arms are budget for a reason. Personally I think you'd be better off with either the regular arms. It's pretty easy to get into situations that exceed the strength of these cars.
 

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They look nice and the price is very reasonable.
What am I missing, because from what I saw their prices were higher than both CT Raceworx and S3 Powersports?

Upper and Lower A-Arms:
CT Raceworx: $1460
S3 Powersports: $1049
HCR Racing: $1874
 

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What am I missing, because from what I saw their prices were higher than both CT Raceworx and S3 Powersports?

Upper and Lower A-Arms:
CT Raceworx: $1460
S3 Powersports: $1049
HCR Racing: $1874
The HCR kit at $1999 includes trailing arms. Just the upper and lower a-arms are $999.00

 
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The HCR kit at $1999 includes trailing arms. Just the upper and lower a-arms are $999.00

Gotcha, I wasn't looking at their sport line; was looking at these for the XRS...

 
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