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    Cool Eibach sportlines.

    Ok i want to lower my car, im only looking at springs at the moment, im not really botherd about coilovers.
    Im looking at the -40mm EIbach's, has anyone on here got them on? ride quality etc..

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    I got the 50mm one! Ride is not to bad to be honest, you expect it to be harder and stiffer. Handles like a crab round corners now!!
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    Oh right sounds good, where did you get them from?
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    The Eibach 50mm/40mm Sportline's are a good option and as mentioned not too stiff for the drop.

    It is always best to get matched dampers with them though depending on how many miles your standard ones have covered.

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    Blueie, you got any pics of yours on? The sportlines dont seem to lower much at the back but the front is just about a right. I'm more swayed towards the H&R 50mm all round kit to be honest.
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    Go on blueie's posts, hes put pictures on there, sits nice but i think you definately need 18's for the right gap.

 

 

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