Type: Posts; User: I haz cheezeburgerz
those are 16x6.5 ET42
The biggest wheel that came on NA mk3s was 15"x6.5"
those springs will work fine, you will want new struts all around too. Also plan to replace the strut mounts and bearings in the front and the mounts in rear.
nothing else MUST be changed when...
all mk3 seats fit all mk3s except cabrio rears
mk2 seats can be made to fit but you have to cut/weld the seat's outer slider
mk4 seats can be made to fit but you have to cut/weld the car's front...
those are really cool and rare, glws man :beer:
very nice :thumbup:
this is not true. Spring rate doesn't change with the adjusters, spring rate is static. It becomes more or less bouncy because of the travel in the shock, not the spring.
I wasn't talking about the dampening adjustability, I'm talking about the double adjustability for the ride height. There's a sweet spot to be had between the lower shock adjuster and the upper...
The only thing about CX is the time it's going to take to get them adjusted where you want them. I had K-sports which are the same type of coilover and I hated them because I could never seem to get...
I have a Mishimoto and like it
I have STs and like them a lot. STs and Weitecs are the same thing. You won't be disappointed in the STs.
:thumbup: looks clean
bump it up
why do you ask
pics are tiny, here:
looks like a good start, welcome :beer:
Did it have the rails (one on each side of the cover) that go under the nuts, on top of the cam cover? Those are meant to even out the torque on the gasket, and if missing could explain why it's...
stick with coilovers, air is for pansies
you can't go wrong with any of the options but here is my opinion on the 3
-B&G if you want to go really low and need dampening adjustability