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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by james0808, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. james0808
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    Any one tried Eibach ones,found a set at a good price.But are they a good price because they are cr@p???
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    raymie 6 pot AP

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    Eibach get a good name, ive got fk coilovers
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    eibach is quality stuff, you can't go wrong with a company who have had so many DTM honours
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    Cheers guys,better get on the phone.
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    Will the car handle better with coilovers than my koni kit?
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    i would think it should, usually matched up better. are they fully adjustable?

    do you know how hard the eibachs are?
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    I think they are just height adjustable only.My koni's are adjustable for firmness,which ive set to medium and it drives lovely.Are coilovers usually hard?
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    they r hard when wound down but u can spend a bit extra and get ones with firmness adjustment
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