For more than ten years, H&R has been designing and producing performance car parts for both road and track use. Each component that the brand creates has an abundance of research and experience that has gone into it, offering only the very best for your vehicle. Every part sold has undergone renowned German TUV inspection, meaning H&R always deliver the very best.
H&R plans, builds and tests each suspension part in their own facility in Germany, employing designers and engineers that are the most knowledgeable and capable in the industry. For total peace of mind, each part is environment and stress tested so customers know that their suspension system will hold up against the toughest of elements and road surfaces. H&R Anti Roll Bar Kits have always been designed with the very highest standards in mind.
So it can offer the highest grade parts for your car, H&R makes sure that quality control is extremely strict and covers the whole planning, manufacture and testing process for every Anti Roll Bar kit they produce. H&R understand that your car is an expensive asset and is important to you, which is why they work hard to make sure quality is always top priority for safety, comfort and performance. Each Anti Roll Bar kit is made from the highest-grade steel alloy, offering superb tenacity and strength. To boost the durability of their Anti Roll Bar Kits even more, H&R forges every bar as a single piece, instead of welding together two separate components. This then gets rid of any weaker spots that can often result from joins between two welded parts. Cold formed before being heat-treated, each H&R Anti Roll Bar Kit has incredible stamina. By cold forming each component, H&R enhances its ability to cope with very high stress loads, like fast cornering and high speed direction changes. It also provides a far superior surface finish, so less chance of corrosion. Finally, each part is heat-treated to make sure it is extremely hard and tough, and will also keep its shape.
• Premium quality steel alloy used for each H&R Roll Bar Kit made
• Every bar is formed as one piece, so no weakness through welded joints
• Cold formed and heat-treated for the ultimate endurance
The cutting-edge design and expert construction that goes into every H&R part means an unrivalled driving experience that will last for years. The manufacturing quality and accurate set up of H&R Anti Roll Bar Kits offers a huge reduction in the amount of body roll. This is done by maximising the roll stiffness of the vehicle's suspension without making it too hard. Body roll happens naturally during cornering because the weight of the vehicle is transferred to one side. This has the effect of a temporary difficulty in handling as the driver fights the effects. H&R Anti Roll Bar Kits offset this by boosting the car’s resistance to roll and offering faster, tighter cornering. To make sure you achieve the exact ride you want, H&R Anti Roll Bar Kits can quickly and easily be tuned until you have them at the perfect setting for you.
• Substantially less body roll when cornering speed
• Allows for fast, tight cornering with no fighting against the car
• Significant reduction in oversteer and understeer due to better responsiveness
Summary of H&R Anti Roll Bar Kits:
• Drastically less body roll
• Enhanced cornering and handling
• Less over/understeer
• Ability to tune the kit to suit
• Offers excellent comfort, safety and performance
• Manufactured from tensile steel and moulded using one piece
• Made in Germany
• Delivered with the German TUV or ABE seal of approval
The highest standards of build quality that started with Werner Heine and Heinze Remmen continue to run through every part of H&R, from design to testing to customer service. H&R components use only the highest grade materials and production processes. From using high tensile steel in their coilovers to the uniquely blended epoxy coating on H&R Springs, best practice has always been key.
However, even after a part has left the factory, H&R does not rest until you are totally satisfied and on the road, thanks to their outstanding after-service and customer support team.
Maintaining this level of quality throughout the entire process means that H&R continuously and deservedly finds itself at the very front of the performance vehicle parts market.
Over time, H&R has developed a huge range of additional parts to complement the original springs they developed, so further enhancing your driving experience.
• Various Coilover Product Lines (Six in Total)
• Four Lowering Spring Product Lines
• An Anti-Roll Bar System
• Two Unique Cup Suspension Kits
• A Wheel Spacer and Hub Program that Offers the Biggest Spacers You Can Buy
• Race Springs That Are Extremely Lightweight
•H&R produces their components in all sorts of sizes and specifications so you’re bound to find the one you need, regardless of your vehicle’s make and model.
One of the world’s most popular car, van and motorbike manufacturers, Ford was founded in 1903 by famous American entrepreneur and mechanics enthusiast Henry Ford. Despite a previous knock back, Mr Ford approached an acquaintance in 1902, Alexander Y. Malcomson, for financial backing to get his company of the ground. The Ford brand was born.
By the 1970s, Ford was head and shoulders ahead of its competitors in terms of technology. Its newer models were well known for their retracting fronts and ultra-safe, self-adjusting three-point lap and shoulder belts. The 1980s brought about a new direction in the appointment of Phillip Caldwell, the first non-Ford member to become CEO and Chairman of the company. The 1990s then saw Ford introduce the famous Explorer model, widely considered to be the first SUV ever to come to market.
By 1993 the iconic Mondeo had made its appearance and three years later – again way ahead of its time - the Ford Ranger electric vehicle was made. Soon after that, Bill Ford took over the company and in 2003 Ford celebrated its 100th anniversary. By 2004 the infamous Ford GT was showcased as a luxury sports car with subsequent popularity to match, and in 2009 the company unveiled its turbocharged EcoBoost line of engines too.
In 2015, Ford took its first steps into the world of Hybrid technology with the launch of its new C-MAX Hybrid model. Delivering best-in-class 188 combined horsepower even in all-electric mode, the C-MAX hybrid is capable of speeds up to 85 mph. It’s propelled by the combined output of a tough yet dynamic electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery and groundbreaking 2.0L Atkinson-cycle I-4 gas engine. The power-split hybrid design also means the battery and fuel-powered engine will work together via the motor and generator.
Through all the Fiestas, Focus’s and Mondeo's to the trusty Orions, Cortina's and Pintos the sheer success and longevity of the Ford brand means it has produced some of the most iconic models across the decades that we all know and love; and there’s certainly no shortage of them. Thanks to the brand’s enduring popularity, many Ford parts are relatively easy to come by – however a large number are not. This is where we can help.
No matter which part you need for your Ford, Performance Car Parts stocks a massive range for you to choose from – simply get in touch today.