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    Fitting TT anti roll bar to A3

    Hi,

    Just bought a TT anti roll bar and wondering how to fit it correctly?

    advice would be much appreciated.

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    Jake

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    If its the TT225/S3 style one, then afaik you need TT/S3 style dampers to enable you to use the TT/S3 droplinks, as they drop down off the shock rather than up from the wishbone!

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    im guessing you lowered your car and now have driveshaft contact on the ARB ?

    you need to drop the subframe down to fit it. your more then likely need to replace the ARB bushes for the correct size to match the ARB unless they are the correct size as standard
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    as above, subframe needs to be drop, new correct bushes needed, you can fit the tt arb to the FWD cars with out changing the shocks, you need to used your standard FWD drop links with slightly longer bolts and some spacers (thick washers, i cant remember exactly how thick) to the wishbone, then you can go nice and low

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    i wouldn't bother to worry about spacing the drop link due to the angle they sit at, they are next to useless anyway when lowered
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    i wouldn't bother to worry about spacing the drop link due to the angle they sit at, they are next to useless anyway when lowered

    this is the angle of mine
    Audi A3 8L 1.8T breaking.
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