Some of you may know that I have posted before about my suspension not being right, but it appears to be getting worse! I have had FSD's fitted to my std springs for around 3k now and the ride is very boucey and 'stittish' (sorry if thats not a word!) over bumps. At low speeds you can really tell that the suspension isnt absorbing pot holes or dips in the road as the whole side of the car seems to dip dwn when going over the dip in the road In essence, its exactly the opposite of what I wanted when I fitted the FSD's. As I wanted a more stable ride as I pressed on yet more complaince over the bumpy stuff! I did orignally have Eibach Pro kit springs fitted with the FSD's but the ride was very hard (but good in the corners!) so swaped back to the std springs - its worth mentioning that the springs have covered the life of the car = 143k. With that said, Im sure that are quite tired and need replacing, however I dont want to go replacing them to find that whilst they have firmed thing up a bit they havent cured the problem as the springs cost £284 from TPS!! and £60 fitting. I have often wonderd if the FSD's are working with the springs as I am aware that all shocks have an 'optimal' operating range. is my car in that range? I would hope so as the FSD's I bought stated 1.9TDI Quattro on the box. If this is that case, would it be better to fit OEM dampers to the existing springs or go the whole hog and get springs and dampers? Would rather not as this would cost far too much!! So confused and frustrated with the car at the moment as I have spent over 2.5k on it since owning it and I think that anymore expense would push SWMBO over the edge! Its worth mentioning that I still have a problem with loose / vague steering despite changing ALL the multi-link suspension at the front with Lemforder part and a re-coned steering rack... Any advice would be must appreaciated as I am at my withs end with it now. Thanks guys.