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Help on lowering springs advice

Discussion in 'DPM Performance' started by Nibbsy, Aug 7, 2014.

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    [Aug 7, 2014]
    Ive just bought a 2010 a3 1.6 tdi 105 sportback se ...nowt fancy just needed a cheap running commuter as doing 80 miles per day but I would like a cheap but decent lowering springs to loose the monster truck look about it ...


    Currently running on 16,s but will change to 18's probably after Xmas once a wear a bit off the tyres as they are like new


    dont need a sporty hard ride just want to maintain ride quality and make it a bit more pleasing to the eye...not looking to blow too much cash


    all advice welcome
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    If a cheaper but equal ride quality spring is available for less then I would prefer it...as mentioned lowering for me is cosmetic I don't want to stiffen the car that much....car has 108,000 miles on it although as an ex rep,s car I'm sure this is major motorway miles so no great stress on shocks
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    [Aug 11, 2014]
    We have the AP 35mm springs for £154.00 inc. VAT.

    Damian @ DPM Performance
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