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Has my car been lowered????

Jamied Oct 31, 2013

  1. Jamied

    Jamied New Member

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    Hi guys

    ive got a 2007 s3 and I am looking into fitting H&R springs to it, however although the front has around 40mm between the tyre and fender lip the rear is literally inline, the tyres are 225/40/R18,

    does this his sound like it's been lowered or does this sound standard??

    any help appreciated thanks guys
     
  2. mjr901

    mjr901 Guest

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    Back has always sat considerably lower than the front. Audi designed that part on a Friday afternoon.
     
  3. Jamied

    Jamied New Member

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    haha I agree they definitely clocked off early that day
     
  4. S3_Jacko

    S3_Jacko Well-Known Member

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    if you look at the car side on, the back arch is actually lower on the bodywork than the front...which gives the impression its sitting nicer...

    i'm also considering the 25mm h+r springs.. give us an update as to how the ride comfort is after you have them fitted.. ;)
     
  5. pablo

    pablo Active Member

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    could be broken springs in the rear if its way off.
     
  6. hades-

    hades- Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    fat bird in the back ?

    best to post a pic so we can look or were just guessing
     
  7. Jamied

    Jamied New Member

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    ill post a pic tomorrow, cheers guys
     
  8. smurfworth

    smurfworth Well-Known Member Audi S3

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    Have a look at the springs, will have the brand on them if they are lowering springs or will have dots on if they are Audi parts
     
  9. Jamied

    Jamied New Member

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    awesome mate they've got 3 coloured dots on, I've just ordered the h&r set last night from DPM performance

    once they're fit ill measure up some wheel spacers

    thanks for your help
     

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