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Pics of H&R twin tube V2?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Chaffy, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. Chaffy

    Chaffy Not low, still slow

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    Hi everyone! Does anyone have pictures of a A3 on H&R twin tube V2? I wonder how low it goes and how it looks :) thank you very much!
     
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    yes i have these , will try and get some pics for you .

    i am running with them wound to the top of the thread so as High as they can go .

    real nice ride though , a lot better than the s line it replaced !
     
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    pics of car with the free added bonus of dirt !

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    Chaffy Not low, still slow

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    How low is it at those pics? :) Does it go any lower?
     
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    You want some still static H&Rs.....

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  7. Chaffy

    Chaffy Not low, still slow

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    I didn't understand that one.... I think I am retarded...
     
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    As previously said , I am at the top of thread so this is as high as they go ,

    I havent got measurements so cant tell you exactly how low but probably 20mm lower than s line.

    So you would have the whole of thread length left to lower it even more .....

    or purchase the ultra lows instead if you want to scrape the tarmac
     
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