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    1. vervdc
      vervdc
      Thanks very much for the reply, much appreciated. Thats great advice, thanks! I've just realised I have the sport suspension and not the S-Line suspension (very frustrating as I had requested the S-Line suspension). Makes more sense seeing how high it rides. I've been doing a lot of thinking on which to go for, I think that to be safe I'm going to go for the Pro-Kit with the 10 and 5 spacers. I've found some pics with this setup and it looks good. It seems visually (to me anyway) that the difference in height between Pro-Kit and Sportlines is negligible - as we have the same specs it will be interesting to see the difference (I will post pics in your thread so others can see the difference too). Hopefully help others in the same predicament!
    2. Liquidfusion
      Liquidfusion
      Hi, I have the Eibach Sportline and it is lower than the Audi's SLine suspension but probably only by 1cm all round. The Eibach Pro kit is probably similar to the Audi's sports suspension so you probably won't see much of a difference if you already have Audi's Sports Suspension. I don't have spacers on mine, it doesn't rub. Haven't had a full load in the car yet but the rears are about 1cm higher than the fronts so I wouldn't suspect any rubbing issues. I'm not sure what issues you might run into with spacers, but without spacers the Eibach Sportsline are not a problem.
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