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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by james0808, Oct 12, 2006.

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    [Oct 12, 2006]
    Im going to change my suspension springs as my car is lower at the front.Can people please post a picture of their A4(prefer tdi 130) and let me know what suspension springs they have.
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    Checked all the part numbers and i have the right springs,They said the A4 is about 10mm higher at the back.Anyone lowered their A4 and found this?Any variant.
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    alot of springs seem to lower the front more than the rear!!, cant think why it screws up the handlin a fair bit
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    [Oct 13, 2006]
    a mate just fitted some "koni" 1's and we asked if they were faulty due to how little the rear dropped?? front is spot on but its ar$e up now
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    I had that with the koni's too,changed them and its still the same.Im thinking about GMAX,H&R or EIBACH.
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    [Oct 15, 2006]
    Hello mate, mine was lowered by 20mm by Audi when purchased on Audis sport suspension

    I have now replaced those springs with Eibach Sportline springs and is now sitting about 35-40mm lower than your standard ride height, on a flat road i find the car sits pretty much even all round, if anything i would say the rear is slightly higher than the front by about 10mm max.

    the handling has been improved by a great deal, and in comparison i have not comprimised the comfort, as suprisingly it feels better than it did when i had the Audi sport springs on!
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