Just wanted to see whats the majority people put on.
Quote, originally posted by DimceR32 » I have the H&Rs on stockers
Ride is ruff....sometimes bouncy....
im now at 16k
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Im not really good at takeing pics
H&R race or sport? Is that a little rake I see too? Any rubbing with those 18's on? 18x8 right?
I have H&R springs on stock shocks, i have 18's and i rubbed a little with the car full with 5 ppl..... Never did that again.
Went From this (blackoutjetta) 2006 vw jetta 2.5l to a 2010 f150
Quote, originally posted by Tampavw » I have the H&Rs sports on stock shocks...No rake.. No rubbed 10k
Modified by Tampavw at 1:23 PM 1-27-2007
what size wheels do you have on your car?
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Quote, originally posted by Type S » vogtland, keeps the stock ride quality, just a tad stiffer but the average person wont notice it
Same experience here with Neuspeed.....tad stiffer than stock GLI's but most people don't even notice.
And the tire rubbing is a function of the offset and width...not lowering.
Current: 2015 Audi TT S Competition Package
Xpel clear bra, Gtechniq all over, H&R Sport Springs, H&R front and rear bars.
Past: 2011 Audi TT S, Black on Black
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I have a 2.0T as well in Toronto, where r u thinking of getting yours done? Keep me posted... I want to lower mine too.. thinking of getting the Drivegear springs but getting them done at dealer might be expensive...
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Save up enough $ and by the whole enchilada...otherwise you will notice that you are a bean or two short after a few bites.
I choose to wait another month and buy both springs and shocks when I was looking....I found a MAGIC combination !
My aftermarket combination choice added much enthusiastic road holding capabilities, not to hard not to soft. I adjusted the rears so they were hard to about 75 % over stock...and adjusted the fronts relatively soft....this gave the vehicle a feeling of rear wheel thru corners and better overall handling caracterisitcs.
Tires will be the next big step as they are the attachment to the road and is a very important decision as well..
I bought my set up with performance and functionality in mind more than I did for looks.
Do your research and go out and get the best deal.....there is strong competition in this area, so prices can be negotiable.