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I Just fitted Eibach Sportline springs.

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Elgy, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Elgy

    Elgy Member

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    I just fitted Eibach sportline springs, and I couldn't be happier! I don't find the ride height too low at all. I think its just right! And I can't believe that the ride is far more comfortable than standard. It feels firmer, but somehow less crashy and like they are far more in tune with the dampers. I would recommend them to anyone:icon_thumright:.
     
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    I fitted some to my A4 about 6 weeks ago, along with bilstien shocks and I totally agree. The ride height it pretty perfect for my needs, lower by about 20mm but the ride is spot on. Like u say, firmer but more comfortable because of being less crashy.
     
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    How much did you pay and where did you get them from mate, just looking into getting something myself. Last time I had anything Eibach it was a few years ago on a Honda Accord with 18's and everytime I went over a hole in the road it felt like I had cracked my alloys they were that harsh, these sound a lot better!
     
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    If you're anywhere near an AMD they will supply/fit/align Eibachs for £300 all in.
    That's where I got mine done.
     
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    Im in Manchester?!
     
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    Check their website and see where their closest branch is.
     
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    I paid 100 quid for them on eBay. They had done about 500 miles, and looked almost new when I got them. I fitted them myself. The rears were easy, but the fronts were a bit fiddly. You need a second person when taking the strut in or out.

    If your doing them yourself DPM performance, who is on here, sells them for about 170 quid.
     
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    Have you had your car laser aligned since fitting the springs?
    If not then you're gonna eat up your saving buying new tyres before not too long.
     
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    I only fitted them yesterday, I'm off to get the wheel alignment done today. Thanks:icon_thumright:
     

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