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Lowered car on JOM Coilovers what drop links would be suitable ?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Black, Apr 25, 2013.

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    I have got 2006 Audi 8P and I bought JOM coilies had those fitted, very comfortable although didn't come with drop links, any suggestions it's seems like quite a far distance from coilies to the drop link bar (which ATM bangs on wishbones).
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    FK tuning does adjustable end links and so does whiteline. I have whiteline on my car and they seem to work well.
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    Thanks bud, where did you purchase yours ?
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    In NZ. ECS tuning has them or just find a whiteline dealer locally.
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    Hmm. My joms were wound right down and never hit anything! I actually had miles of clearance. Standard drop links too. Strange.
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    What's ride comfort like on these compared to standard setup?
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    do JOMs have helper springs? You may have left yours in and the OP may have removed his.
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    In relation to clearance, i never had a problem with this. I'm not a suspension expert, but I upgraded mine so I could reduce preload on the front sway bar and back within spec after lowering.
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    Good theory but no helpers on joms. Actually i know have fks, with the helpers removed, and im evn lower than i was on joms by a good 30mm and still nothing hits!
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    Ummm, I think it is 35 sits flush with the front arch
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    If its 35 youll defo need a 205, although my guess would be your wheels are 45 in which case a 215 will suffice to obtain clearance needed.
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    thanks bud, your help is much appreciated honestly. I do have picture, but I can't tell if it's 35 or 45, I will need to take them off tomorrow and have a look.
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