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2.0. H&R High Performance Springs Set - Can Am Spyder F3, F3s, F3 Special Series

2.0. H&R High Performance Springs Set - Can Am Spyder F3, F3s, F3 Special Series

The Best Price to Performance upgrade on the Market!

These are Progressive Springs with 73% higher Compression rate compared to stock!


Upgrade your BRP Can-Am Spyder F3, F3s or F3 Special Series with H&R Sport Springs for a more comfortable & responsive ride.


These 2.0. H&R High Performance Springs will fit your

Fox Podium 1.0 (Black) and Fox Podium 1.5 (Gold) or

KYB Shocks

that are delivered as standard shocks for Can-Am Spyder F3, F3s and F3s Special Series all product years 2015 - present

Comes with ABE Certificate


Key Features:

  • Improves handling and reduces roll
  • Increases stability and reduces "Nanny" intervention
  • Maintains touring comfort
  • ABE Certified



  • Completely new experience around corners
  • Enhanced handling performance
  • Reduced tendency to roll
  • Maintained touring suitability
  • Comfortable ride over bumps and potholes


Installation Video on our Blog:


The built-in FOX Podium and KYB shock is of the highest manufacturing quality, HOWEVER the selected spring rate of the built-in spring is extremely soft and spongy.

And this is exactly where the newly 2024 developed and perfectly coordinated spring from H&R, specially developed for the F3 comes into play


This is cost a effective solution, that allows you to keep the main part of your stock shocks and replace the weak part - the springs.


In precise consultation of Mr. Bernd Linster a spring was created at H&R, which is progressively wound in the upper and lower coil area and in the belly of the spring a classic linear spring with a significantly higher spring rate compared to the original,


The result is that the spring, despite its thicker steel diameter and a harder steel alloy, thanks to the progressive coils, responds as comfortably as the original spring. Bumps and potholes do not require special attention. The touring suitability is fully retained and the Spyder does not seem nervous or too hard tuned in any way.


At the entrance to the curve, the progressive ends of the spring on the damper on the outside of the curve are fully loaded until they lie completely on top of each other. And now the H&R spring makes full use of all its other advantages.

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