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Suspension picture request (again, sorry)

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by leeds_182, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. leeds_182

    leeds_182 Member

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    This time I'm after pictures or reviews of anyone running springs and shocks by either h&r, kw or weitec.

    After much consideration I'm thinking of going down this route rather then coilovers. I'm not that bothered for maximum lows - just a drop of say 30 - 40mm on top of the sport suspension and I'm hoping these kits may maintain some form of ride quality!

    The suspension kits are all around the £500 mark and the coilover alternative at that kind of price sold probably be the AP coilies which I have heard mixed reviews about.

    Anyway, thanks in advance.
     
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  3. CMD

    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    Eibach with 19's (et35)
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    Eibach with 19's (et 39)

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    eibach with 18's (et35) with 225 Tyre

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    Weltec Shocks Coilovers Rear with Eibach and B5 spring perches Front with Eibach with 19's (et 39)

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  4. leeds_182

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    Cheers mate, looks really nice and same colour as mine too.
     
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    the spring and shock kits 30-40 mm drop is not on top of the sport kits, its the SE drop. the sport drop will be 10-20 mm
    best bet is using the b5 perches
     
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    Kw and weitec quote 50mm so I'm guessing that should be a 30mm drop on sport suspension.
     

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