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    -35mm springs on S-Line quattro - are they worth it?

    I'm weighing up the pros and cons of a set of springs for my 2.0T S-Line quattro.

    The springs I've seen will are -35mm, but I'm pretty sure that the S-Line models are -25mm anyway. Will I only get a -10mm drop, or is it actually more?

    If it's only -10mm, I might as well get coilovers...
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    Yes mate you will only get another 10mm, you would be better with 50mm springs or coilovers
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    With 35mm springs on an S-Line you'll see around a 10-15mm drop which isn't a great deal so coilovers may be a better option if your wanting to go lower.

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