I did post this in the general section but only got a couple of replies
But after a further trawl on the internet i found out a bit of info
Fk High Sport - use sachs shocks
Fk Konigsport - use Koni Yellow Twin Tube (damper adjustable).
FK Silverline-X Stainless Steel - use Koni Yellow Twin Tube (damper adjustable).
KW V1 use Al KO shocks from parent company (not adjustable).
KW V2 use Koni Yellow Twin Tube (damper adjustable).
The thought of going for FSD has been mentioned on loads of sites from Alfa to Seat forums and it appears that its the ride height changes, lack of consistant damping and springs that are the issue, and the kit is a "one size fits all" like most.
Yet Audi springs and shocks will be different i assume as the Sport, SE, 1.6FSI, 1.4 and 1.4 TDI have different part numbers?
The other question is that FK, Koni FSD, and KW only do one suspension kit for the A2 whether its the -1000kg 1.4 or the +1150kg 1.4 tdi approx). Thats over 10% weight difference yet the kit is the same? One car must be over dampered and one must be under dampered, if thats a word...
Looking at the FSD on the Venom site for the Audi A3 as an example, it shows various options based on engine size, i think its to provide correct damping physics and spring rates based on weight (excludes the Quattro which i think is different).
So i am thinking that all upgrades for the A2 will be a compromised package as the companies do not seem to offer different kits, so it will need to be an adjustable system. Think it will have to be the FK Konigsport with the koni adjustable dampers, so i can increase the rebound to compensate for the weight, The KW V1 are not adjustable and the KW V2 is £1000 which is stretching it too far.
Will place an order this week and see what they are like, and possible a install guide...:icon_thumright: