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    lowering springs

    how much lower will Eibach Sportline lowering springs then my s-line springs on standard shocks ?
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    Eibach do 50mm springs and I think 30mm springs

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    thinking of the 50mm ones just wondering as a have sline springs on at the mo if they will sit much lower ??
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    Have a look in the thread below. V16 lowered his s-lin in the Eibach Sportlines:

    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthr...ered-on-18-RS6

    Looks pretty good if you ask me - not too low, not too high.
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    With the Sportlines on an already lower A3 S-Line you'd see around a further 35mm front and 20mm rear.

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    Yeah thats what i worked out too. But when I had them fitted the back was only 10mm down I reckon. The front was noticebaly lower though! The arse up stance suits the 3 door A3 nicely :-)

    One things for sure, if you have an S line, dont go for anything that only lowers 30mm else it wont look any different
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    ok many thanks...
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