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    eibach lowering

    i have a mk1 v6 TT and i want it a bit lower, i have read that the eibach springs will do the job by 25mm which is just what i want, also i want to put on some 5mm spacers. when you lower a car it normally makes the camber angle increase, has anyone found any problems wih tyre wear that has done this mod ? also just how far can you space wht wheel out before they protrude and hence flick up stones outside of the wheel arch ?

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    It's always best to get rear tie bars when lowering the S3 or TT as the rear wheels tend to go abit too negative and wears the tyres quite quickly and also effects handling.

    I'd also consider the H&R springs as they're a really good quality setup.

    The norm for the spacers is usally 10mm front and 15mm rear without any problems.

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    does the front need the tie bars as well ? and how easy is it to set up ?

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    No it's just the rears. You set it up when you have the 4 wheel alignment done which is always needed after altering the suspension. Here's a link to them below, there's either Forge or KW...

    http://www.dpmautostyling.co.uk/cata...01228158ebc1e1
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