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Photoshopped lowering

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Tommy53, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. Tommy53

    Tommy53 Member

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    Hello all, is anyone's able to photoshop my car lowered? Just so it's just above the tyre. I was abit unsure about lowering at first but a friend recommended I asked on a forum as people can photoshop so I get a better idea.

    Some pics of the car. if anyone can do it I would be very grateful!
     

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  3. Tommy53

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    Another pic
     

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    DomH Active Member
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    How's this? :)

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  5. Tommy53

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    Ohh I like it! Looks Alot better, I apprechiate that, cheers mate!
     
  6. stuartm

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    well done mate looks really good.

    Definitely looks better lowered.
     
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  7. stuartm

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    How low are you looking to go mate?
     
  8. Tommy53

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    I don't really know how the sizes work.. Haha such a rookie. So when they say 40mm for example is that the arch gap? Have you got a certain height you'd recommend ?
     
  9. stuartm

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    I went for coilovers, as you can set the ride height that you want,

    mine has been fully wound down which I think is 100mm at the front.
     
  10. S3_Jacko

    S3_Jacko Well-Known Member

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    Just measure it with a tape measure from top of tyre to arch...

    Money no object then coilovers... new springs will only cost a cpl of hundred though for decent 1's....
     

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