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sport springs?

Discussion in 'TT/TT-S/TT-RS Forum' started by noddy tt, Jul 3, 2007.

  1. noddy tt
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    noddy tt Reidy

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    [Jul 3, 2007]
    Hi guys,just found out my rear spring on my Audi 225 TT has snapped and i was wondering if anyone can advise me of a good set of sports springs that WONT lower my car but will improve handling :o.k:
    also if anyone knows if a powerflex (bushes) upgrade is advisable or not.
    cheers ;)
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    I think you'll be hard pressed to find a sports spring for the TT that won't lower it. As for Powerflex bushes, always a good upgrade!
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    I still have my original springs on my tt but I have just put Eibach Springs on my r32 what a difference for handling wouldnt recomend anything better!
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    [Jul 5, 2007]
    Thanks guys,I gave up on the sports springs due to ground clearence issues and just purchased two from Audi.Ive replaced the broken one but am in two minds weather or not to relace the other one:confused:
    As the change over wasn't too hard i think ill wait to see how it handles before deciding wether or not to fit the other one:rockwoot:
    CHEERS!
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    You'd be better off replacing the other one, its unlikely you will notice a difference in handling but if one broke, the other could be not far behind and you have a nice new spring running next to a spring thats done x-thousand miles.

    I would change them in pairs!
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    [Jul 9, 2007]
    Thanks for the advice, looks like its two new springs at the back! :beerchug:
    Cheers
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