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Lowering price

ohmyaudi Nov 22, 2019

  1. ohmyaudi

    ohmyaudi Active Member Team Brilliant Black Audi S3

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    How much it cost roughly to get lowering springs fitted?
     
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  3. Goner

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    Assuming you have the springs and the mechanic uses spring compressors.

    Absolutely top side 2 hours labour.
     
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  4. jrumball

    jrumball Well-Known Member Sportback Audi A3 etron Cosmos Blue

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  5. craigpanthercrystal

    craigpanthercrystal Active Member

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    To add to this, If you are doing it yourself and have the S3, you don't even need spring compressors as there is almost no compression when the nut is half way unscrewed, I went and got some specially for doing my springs but were not needed.
    Yes get 4 wheel alignment and new TTY bolts where needed as some are single use and torqued.
     
  6. DJAlix

    DJAlix VAG Car Coding™ Site Sponsor Team Ibis VAG Can Professional Gold Supporter VCDS Map User quattro ODIS (Offboard Diagnostic System)

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    Average pricing seems to be £120 to £220 depending on location for fitting. Springs range from £200 for Eibach Sportlines up to £1200 for MSS Kits.
     
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  7. ohmyaudi

    ohmyaudi Active Member Team Brilliant Black Audi S3

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    Cheers mate. One place just quoted me £320 to fit!
     
  8. reefer110

    reefer110 Member Team Ibis Team Mythos Sportback TDi quattro Audi A3 S tronic DSG

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    I recently had some Eibach's fitted, approx 2-3 hours works and cost was approx £450 all in.
     
  9. -Ju-

    -Ju- Well-Known Member Team Floret Silver SQ5 owners group VCDS Map User

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    I've normally done mine myself.
    Springs only on the A3/S3 are a 2hr job, done them plenty of times on the drive.
    If your doing the rear shocks as well then its nearer 3hrs.
    I've got Bilstein shocks and Eibach springs to go on the SQ5 and this time I'm paying someone as I just cant be bothered this time around.....its costing me £180
     

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