They are sound i have also used a few sets of them.
there are better fast road pads but for the price you can’t really grumble.
they are NOT track pads though. Are track
pads not yellow stuff / blue stuff.
I would 100% rather bolt something on but this is what Audi recommends and i followed the audi service plan to the letter, so hoping they don’t come flying off!
they do look good though, i like the design and I have never seen another A3 with them fitted. They look quite mean
Work in progress
genuine Audi non s-line optional skirts painted in Brilliant Black
skirts - £310
paint - £150
polurethane bonding - £15
not a nice job bonding them on. Hopefully they don’t fall off tomorrow when i take the masking tape off, horrible job.
I ran H&R’s on my E90 BMW for around 6 months and then reverted back to Msport springs, was too low for me.
i have used Eibach Sportlines on a Golf MkIV GT, Eibach Pro Kit on a Fabia vRS
Eibach Pro Kit on an E92 bmw
just my personal opinion, subtle lows with a nose down look are what looks...
A subtle drop looks better to my eyes
From experience Both H&R and Eibach Sportlines drop too much over stock. (looks like suspension has broken - red advant posted above looks like its dragging its behind)
Eibach Pro Kit sprints always look the best to my eye, low but not too low