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amb276s3 Jun 12, 2005

  1. amb276s3

    amb276s3 bird spotter

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    Just had H&R front and rear ARB's fitted along with Haldex controller, a day of rain to test, and bingo, car is now point and go, although standard setup is good this upgrade gives complete confidence in wet and dry .
    Had been to main dealer for service and told me that front arb needed changing, i was getting the creaking noise over speed humps, thought there was no point in fitting oem so a quick trip to AMD and now have the perfect setup without losing any ride comfort and no 'max power' ride heights, body roll is now at an acceptable rate and launch from bends/ roundabouts smooth and precise.
    If you want to retain factory springs and dampers for comfort but want a more stable ride try this, the Haldex really helps in the wet and fast bends no correction of steering needed no torque steer. imo this is how the car should have come from factory. AB
     
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    Sounds great, whats the costs involved with that?

    Chris
     
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    amb276s3 bird spotter

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    Hi, the Haldex was £500 + fitting from Waks group buy on the TT forum, Roll bars around £3-400 plus fitting, haven't broke down the bill detail just yet but the whole job cost just under £1100 inc vat. You can still get the discounted group buy price for the Haldex. AB
     

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