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R32 mkv H&r Springs in to Audi s3 8p

Rick20vt May 28, 2010

  1. Rick20vt

    Rick20vt New Member

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    Well, the title says everything....... i have an audi s3 8p, but i can only get here in Mexico the R32 H&R springs for my car, i know they fit..... but what u think about this? r32 is heavier? will i get less drop since r32 is a little heavier?... i want this look:

    I'll appreciate any help, cheers!

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  2. Rick20vt

    Rick20vt New Member

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    Great Help!! :banghead:
     
  3. V6Pete

    V6Pete Now running on Bentley's y'all

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    That's gonna help :rolleyes:
     
  4. PH1L

    PH1L Gievf Buckets

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    why no just have springs shipped, the car would be higher and springy on r32 springs i personally wouls steer clear
     
  5. akash_sky1

    akash_sky1 Active Member

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    Obviously they will fit, but the R32 has about 100 kg extra in the nose if am right so if you put those springs on the front probably will sit too high,
     
  6. Rick20vt

    Rick20vt New Member

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    If anyone sometime ask the same as me..... here is the result of fitting R32 mkv H&R springs into an Audi S3 8p...... the only difference that i see in this springs is that they are red.... i think S3 h&r's are black... the car drives perfectly, and sits just perfect as i wanted, here is a pic:

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  7. whiteunderarm

    whiteunderarm Member

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    Looks a little high still...:confused:
     
  8. Ash187

    Ash187 Audi-Retrofits.co.uk Site Sponsor VCDS Map User Gold Supporter quattro Audi A5

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    I think it sits nicely, not too high or too low.
    but i guess it depends on how low you want to go
     
  9. Harrelson

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    huh? i was about to say it sits too low. personally i don't like the look when the top of the wheel disappears into the arches
     

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