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My H+R 50mm lowering springs will be for sale soon....

Mikey Nov 29, 2008

  1. Mikey

    Mikey Member

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    Just to anyone who might be interested, around about the 19th December im getting coilovers fitted so my 50mm H+R lowering springs will be avalible then. They have covered appx 6000 miles. The ride is MUCH comfier than the S-line setup and the stance is great. These springs will lower any A3 that is a 2.0TDI FWD car. They will lower a S-line appx 35mm, and all others appx 50mm. Im looking for £100 which includes next working day delivery by TNT. If your interested let me know.

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  2. chrisdicka

    chrisdicka New Member

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    I will be interested in those matey. Do they sit ok on the standard shockers (2003 A3 2.0 TDI Sport), or will i require uprated / shortened shockers?

    Chris
     
  3. Mikey

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    they are perfect on the standard shocks, thats how mine is mate.


    Mike.
     
  4. Lee_R

    Lee_R Active Member

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    Its a nice usuable height that, those pics look like tatton park? Am i right?
     
  5. Mikey

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    VW festival Leeds this year. The car was at tatton the week before that tho. Won trophies at each show!!
     
  6. klauster

    klauster Well-Known Member

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    are those 19'' BBS CHs? Car looks good m8, what you doing with those... cos Id be interested :)
     
  7. ckh

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    Im interested!!! let me know!
     
  8. Sem

    Sem Member

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    I think they are the standard 18" factory fitted BBS.

    Interesting you say the H+R's are comfier than the standard s-line springs, I always thought the dampers would make more difference to comfort?

    I've noticed my s-line feels a lot harsher on bumps than my old MK4 Anniversary did - but that had covered 100k miles on the standard suspension so I think it was pretty worn.
     

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