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KW 35mm or H&R 35mm springs

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by navnayyar, May 9, 2010.

  1. navnayyar
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    hi! what would people recommend that would be better for my 2.0tdi? KW 35mm or H&R 35mm springs. whats people opinion on each. which are more comfy and also perform well? price wise the H&R are about 15quid more, but are they any better than the KWs? cheers
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    Both very similar and very good quality springs, the H&R are slighlty stiffer then the KW.

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    As damian says, much of a muchness! I have H&R and I cannot fault them - best spring I have owned!
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    you should also have a look at eibach lot of people use that as well
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    cheers guys, anymore opinions or experiences? If KWs are are not as stiff I'l go for them and also they are a little cheaper :) not too keen on eibachs
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    eibachs are good springs, most people I know run them or H&Rs
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    I run the 35MM H&R and they are a really comfortable, slightly stiffer than the Sport Suspension but are very comfortable on the wonderful N.Ireland Roads..lol:puke2:
    Seriously though my main concern when I was choosing springs was comfort and I can recommend the H&R!
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    cheers guys, just ordered a set of H&Rs for 150 :) should have them and my s3 brakes fitted this weekend!
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