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    Thread: CC Owners: Suspension/Wheels/Tires - with specs & pictures

    1. 05-20-2009 09:04 AM #36
      Quote, originally posted by Tourenwagen »
      that white cc with the Q7 wheels looks insane!


      x2.... makes me a bit twisted that I didn't go with my gut and get the white CC.... no worries though, black is still tight.


      So are we assuming that the Q7 wheels are 20" or do we know?


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      05-20-2009 09:34 AM #37
      Yes they are 20s and I think black could pull them off too

    3. 05-23-2009 08:37 PM #38
      Koni coils ride way better than ultra lows. I just swapped mine and the Konis are much smoother.

      If you are going to run 20's do not run ultra lows either lol.


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      05-23-2009 10:23 PM #39
      unless you want to be low

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      05-24-2009 01:14 AM #40
      I really like those q7 wheels on that cc!!
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    6. 05-24-2009 03:28 AM #41
      Yep, low and have a good offset and no poke.

    7. 06-18-2009 05:24 PM #42
      Quote, originally posted by surfer459 »
      Nobody is on springs? I want to see what the ride height is on H&R sports???

      Day 1, so it has come down a few millimeters. It's been about a week.

      A few days later:


      Another Day 1 shot that I just like.

      Wheels: 20x8.5 Rays Masterpiece REM. Forged monoblock. 23 lbs each.
      Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport All Season Plus. 255/30.
      Suspension: H&R Sport Springs. H&R Front and Rear Swaybars, 28mm and 24mm respectively.

      Stock shocks work perfectly well with the H&R Sport Springs BTW. Great ride.


    8. 06-21-2009 03:19 AM #43
      where did you get these pix? I love the drop, the stance and the wheels... More informations would be great

    9. 06-27-2009 10:56 AM #44
      I have konis coilovers on my mk5 rabbit and it goes well...

      You are saying koni coilovers go better then ultralows ?


    10. 06-28-2009 03:32 PM #45
      The Koni's have a better ride quality than the Ultra Lows but they will not give you as much drop. If you try to cram a 20" wheel on the CC the ultra lows do not give you enough room to adjust wheel gap in my opinion.

    11. 06-29-2009 11:18 PM #46
      I actually messed up.. I had h&r on my last 3 cars which the mk3 had ultra lows. all went amazing. My current rabbit is first set of konis i get and they go great on stiffest and lowest setting.

      If I were to ride on 20'' what do you recommendas coilovers to make it flush at 4 corners( I currently have a rabbit flush on 19)


    12. 06-29-2009 11:22 PM #47
      Any coil that is not an ultra low should pull it off. With my ultra lows all the way up I was rubbing on the wheels I have now. If the wheels had less poke there probably wouldn't have been an issue but I just feel like the ultra lows didn't give me enough enough room to raise the car.

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      06-30-2009 12:13 AM #48
      Some pictures of my car, taken with a crappy cell phone camera
      H&R Sport Springs




      OFF TOPIC PICTURES:




      Modified by kdagher at 3:10 AM 7-1-2009


    14. 06-30-2009 04:24 AM #49
      @kdagher

      Nice Car...and in 2-3 Weeks with Euro Xenon Lights!?


    15. 06-30-2009 10:15 AM #50
      nice drop!

    16. 06-30-2009 11:48 PM #51
      WOW
      i have a black/black sport auto 2.0t
      AND I WISH I HAD GOTTEN WHITE
      omg thats gorgeous with the springs

    17. 07-01-2009 12:23 AM #52
      Does those 20's rub at all, I must say it looks awesome!!!

    18. 07-01-2009 01:13 AM #53
      Does it handle better like what difference do u feel going into turns
      on canyons does it hold more mph?

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      07-01-2009 03:06 AM #54
      thank you

      It handles almost the same as oem, but a lot stiffer on bumps.



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      07-01-2009 03:07 AM #55
      Quote, originally posted by Marcusvw7 »
      @kdagher

      Nice Car...and in 2-3 Weeks with Euro Xenon Lights!?

      I am still waiting... let me know


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      07-01-2009 10:08 AM #56
      just one I took the other day


    22. 07-01-2009 06:51 PM #57
      Lovin the MMR wheels. My HR4's are coming Friday.

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      07-01-2009 07:51 PM #58
      Can we start an MRR Group? HAHA

    24. 07-01-2009 10:16 PM #59

      19" huffs


      Next steps will be clear turn signals and lower springs....I really love that car!

      By the way, is there an alternative to the HR sport springs? Seams to be too low in the back......


      Modified by Blacky1002 at 7:17 PM 7-1-2009


      Modified by Blacky1002 at 10:36 AM 7-5-2009


      Modified by Blacky1002 at 10:38 AM 7-5-2009


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      07-01-2009 10:35 PM #60
      Nice drop..and wheels..
      so I guess in Canada you can get a stick with Navi and Bi-Xenons..


      I see you also have the cell phone key pad..

      2010 Island Grey/Black CC | 30% Tint|Smoked Tails|Euro Clears|SS Tips|5000K HIDs|Phillips LED DRLs|DG Springs|Hankook V12 Summer Tires |Alacantra Steering Wheel|Blue Aspherical Side Mirrors with Carbon Fiber Covers
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      07-02-2009 12:42 AM #61
      Quote, originally posted by kaysid »
      Nice drop..and wheels..
      so I guess in Canada you can get a stick with Navi and Bi-Xenons..


      I see you also have the cell phone key pad..


      The 2.0T Highline in canada comes with Bi-Xenon, RNS-510, Rear view camera, panoramic, AFS, Nappa Leather... Automatic or Manual trasmission

      however, we dont get parking sensors


    27. 07-02-2009 12:45 AM #62
      What about on the highway? Is it worth it from performance point of view?

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      07-02-2009 06:11 AM #63
      Quote, originally posted by Blacky1002 »

      By the way, is there an alternative to the HR sport springs? Seams to be too low in the back......

      In order to not have this youll have to look for springs that lower more in the front. The car isnt actually higher in the front/ lower in the back, it is actually sitting flat. The front fenders are larger than the rears creating the optical illusions of reverse rake. If you are really worried about it save up for coils.


      Quote, originally posted by hyeedo818 »
      What about on the highway? Is it worth it from performance point of view?

      Is what worth it?


    29. 07-04-2009 11:09 PM #64
      Putting h r sport springs
      like overall is it any better handling
      or just looks nicer

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      07-06-2009 12:53 AM #65

      Votex Body Kit, Lowered with Eibach springs, 19" MMR HR4's and Window Tint.


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      07-06-2009 06:30 AM #66
      Thats a Gold Coast Kit, votex is the Golf/Jetta kit name. Nice ride though add another to the MRR crew. What size tires are you running?

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      07-06-2009 02:18 PM #67
      Here are mine.
      20X8.5 Euro26 245/30 Falken FK-452
      H&R springs to go on this week.


      Modified by adibaiz at 2:20 PM 7-6-2009


      Modified by adibaiz at 10:28 AM 7-7-2009


    33. 07-06-2009 02:30 PM #68
      Quote, originally posted by adibaiz »
      Here are mine.
      20X8.5 Euro26 245/40 Falken FK-452
      H&R springs to go on this week.
      Modified by adibaiz at 2:20 PM 7-6-2009

      Let me know who does your installation of the springs and how much the total is. WolfCars quoted me around 3 hours so close to $300 which is not bad.


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      07-06-2009 02:49 PM #69
      I got quoted about the same $300 and than i''ll take it back to wheel shop to get some spacers front and rear(3-5 mm) and alignment.

    35. 07-06-2009 04:14 PM #70
      Quote, originally posted by adibaiz »
      I got quoted about the same $300 and than i''ll take it back to wheel shop to get some spacers front and rear(3-5 mm) and alignment.

      H&R make good ones, about $45/pair and they're hubcentric too


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