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Snapped spring so im going lower

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by einonsy, Jul 29, 2011.

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    [Jul 29, 2011]
    Hey All,

    Got a rear snapped spring, so have decided while im replacing 1 may as well replace all 4 and lower it, As its s-line already running lower. Was looking at either eibach 35mm or eibach 40/50mm (Eibach 50mm/40mm Sportline Lowering Suspension Springs A4 B7 Saloon 1.9TDi, 2.0TDi, 2.0T FSi, 2.7TDi, 3.2 V6 FWD 01/05> - £155.00 : The premiere online mail order VAG suspension and performance specialists. We offer a wide range of all the best bran)

    Dont want it slammed as its for daily use, wondering if anyone has Pictures of A4 B7 - running with 40/50mm lowering springs for me to see?

    Also 35mm?

    thanks in advance!
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    [Jul 31, 2011]
    Go for the 40/50mm drop as they will be measured against non s-line springs, giving you a lower than expected drop, and there are plenty of people on here running a similar level of drop, check out unikarl espescially as I believe he's running eibachs while most of the others are on H&R's
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    [Jan 19, 2012]
    Had the Eibach 40/50mm fitted last week, The ride is so much better than standard S-Line springs, would like it to look a little lower but it just wouldnt be practical around my area, if i leave my drive a litte fast i catch the splitter now.

    I will try and get some pics up this weekend if the weather is decent!

    Anyone got advice on rear spacers now its lowered? tyre size 235/40/18 fitbe
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    [Jan 19, 2012]
    10mm front and 12 mm rear is the standard i believe to fill those arches nicely :)
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