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Lowering A6 C6 (4F)

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C6 Chassis)' started by Gavin0478, May 29, 2012.

  1. Gavin0478

    Gavin0478 Active Member

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    trial fitted my new 20" alloys today as need some spigot rings and decided it defo needs lowering.

    can anyone recommend any kits that fit the a6 well?
     
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    Are you wanting coilovers or springs and shocks?

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  4. Gavin0478

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    Really depends on drop and price as dont need a massive drop and im not one to keep winding them up and down on coilovers.
     
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    What budget and drop were you thinking?

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    I too interested in this. Haven't actually got a C6 yet, can't find the right one, but I will have one soon hopefully.

    Id be interested in some H&R springs as they give a bigger drop over Eibachs.

    How much for a set for a 3.2 Quattro saloon and avant? (not decided on which yet)
     
  7. l66lps

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    Hi,

    I too am interested in this, so far I have found SPAX coilovers that will fit and are adjustable but after some recommendations. Trying to source ROTA Grids with the right PCD (possibly with stretched tyres) that will fit my A6 Avant so want the right suspension.

    Cheers,

    Lee
     

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