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    Thread: DEALS: Coilovers/Springs/Shocks/Bars from Eibach, H&R, KONI, NEUSPEED!

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      04-14-2012 09:08 PM #36
      Any suspension package for B6 Passat 4mo wagon? Looking for mild drop and improved handling over stock suspension

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      04-17-2012 01:39 AM #37
      Quote Originally Posted by Incrementalg View Post
      Any suspension package for B6 Passat 4mo wagon? Looking for mild drop and improved handling over stock suspension
      The NEUSPEED Sport Spring with KONI Sport Shock (which fits your needs) is up on the site and is currently $699.95 with free shipping.

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      05-22-2012 05:25 PM #38
      Hey just curious why I haven't gotten a PM back yet.

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      05-23-2012 12:40 AM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by MJM Autohaus View Post
      Thank you for today's orders. All PMs have been received and will be responded to shortly; those of you with questions, check your PMs.
      Did I miss something? I PMed you but I haven't gotten a response yet.

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      05-30-2012 01:27 PM #40
      I've sent two pm's within the last week and haven't gotten any reply. can someone address the questions that i have? thanks.

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      06-01-2012 09:13 AM #41
      pm returned

    7. 06-04-2012 11:19 PM #42
      I want my car to ride as low as it can be without it feeling like I'm using bricks for a suspension any suggestions? 92 cabby. Have coils now.


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      08-15-2012 11:47 PM #43
      Quote Originally Posted by vwcrackerjack View Post
      I want my car to ride as low as it can be without it feeling like I'm using bricks for a suspension any suggestions? 92 cabby. Have coils now.


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      Considering that there isn't a ton of suspension travel on that particular MK1 chassis model, you're right, coilovers probably aren't going to give the driver looking for "comfort" a whole lot to work with. Remember, technically coilovers are made for racing and corner balancing for the track. Can you street them? Of course, but what's "comfortable" to one guy might not be to another. With a Cabriolet like yours, we'd suggest doing something like an H&R Spring with KONI Sport Shock package. With KONIs, unlike Bilstein, you have the luxury of tinkering with the rebound dampening adjustability of the shock. Need it firmer? No problem; it can be done. Need it softer? Just adjust it for such. The adjustability of the KONI Sport Shocks is what makes them a great seller for us. Now, as far as how "low" you can go (you said you wanted it as "low possible"), that's going to be up to you and what your opinion of "low" is. Feel free to email us through the site if you have any other questions, as an email will yield a faster response to a PM or post online. Thanks.

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      08-31-2012 05:48 AM #45
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      09-20-2012 02:16 AM #46
      THE DEAL:

      On sale for a limited time (QTY:4 kits in stock at this price) are the front and rear sway bar kits from Eibach; 23mm front and 25mm rear; for your 4-cylinder MK2, MK3 or Corrado. Eibach, a worldwide leader in suspension manufacturing, offers quality sway bars for your Volkswagen. If you're looking to put together the ultimate performance handling package on your vehicle, complete your suspension upgrade with an Eibach Sway Bar Kit.While Eibach considers performance springs as the primary suspension enhancement component, the Eibach Sway Bar Kits allow critical fine-tuning of your car's handling characteristics and work exceptionally well when added to either a set of lowering springs, or a vehicle with OEM suspension.

      The Eibach Sway Bars reduce body roll through increased design stiffness over stock bars. The result is increased handling and cornering grip in any performance-driving situation. Manufactured from cold-formed, high-strength aircraft-grade steel for precision performance, and finished with a long-lasting red powder coat finish, Eibach Sway Bars come complete with all necessary mounting hardware and instructions for easy installation. Photo for illustration purpose only. Actual product may vary slightly in appearance.

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      09-29-2012 10:53 AM #47
      Quick question:

      The dampining adjustment location. I have a mk4 2000 Jetta and I'm looking for a set of coilovers with dampening adjustment located at the bottom of the rear shock. Do you carry any with that feature?

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      10-01-2012 03:31 AM #48
      Quote Originally Posted by theHAGGIS View Post
      Quick question:

      The dampining adjustment location. I have a mk4 2000 Jetta and I'm looking for a set of coilovers with dampening adjustment located at the bottom of the rear shock. Do you carry any with that feature?
      Give us a call at 210.DUB.PART (382.7278) when you get a chance. Thanks.

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      10-01-2012 03:49 AM #49
      EIBACH 30MM FRONT SWAY BAR FOR B5 CHASSIS - $229.95 W/ FREE SHIPPING - CLICK PIC FOR INFO!


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      10-03-2012 06:49 AM #50
      hi any coilovers for a 08 audi tt awd v6? other than the bilsteins on your website?

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      12-14-2012 03:52 AM #52
      IN THE SOUTH OR CENTRAL TEXAS AREA AND NEED YOUR WARES INSTALLED?

      CALL US FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY - 210.DUB.PART (382.7278)



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      12-23-2012 08:08 AM #53
      Hi, in the market for H&R OE Sport Springs for the A3 8P 2010, can't seem to find those on your site.
      Could you quote me a price (PM or therwise) please ?

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      12-28-2012 02:44 PM #54
      Quote Originally Posted by xBassi View Post
      hi any coilovers for a 08 audi tt awd v6? other than the bilsteins on your website?
      Absolutely! We're a Direct Warehouse Distributor for Eibach, H&R and KONI. Contact us for info and pricing!

      Quote Originally Posted by mfractala3 View Post
      Hi, in the market for H&R OE Sport Springs for the A3 8P 2010, can't seem to find those on your site.
      Could you quote me a price (PM or therwise) please ?
      I see that you're an international customer. Please contact us through our site for pricing and shipping policies to your area. Thanks.

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      01-25-2013 03:25 PM #55
      We are often asked, "Can I run lowering springs with my stock shocks? Will I blow them? Should I replace them?" The answer is below:

      Yes, any aftermarket sport spring with a more aggressive spring rate (than your stock springs) can certainly blow your OEM dampers (dependent upon a few factors). Obviously the type of spring you're running (i.e. a mild Eibach Pro-Kit vs. a more aggressively rated H&R Race) will determine how fast, or if at all, your shocks decide to go. In addition, the mileage and condition of your stock shock, as well as how you drive, will always factor in to these things. Fact is, your stock shocks' valving just isn't equipped to handle that of an aftermarket performance spring. Are there thousands upon thousands of cars running the street today with aftermarket lowering springs mated to stock shocks? Yes, there are; in fact, tons and tons of them. Just give it some time, though; they'll eventually (with time) start to feel harsh and the ride start to get worse and worse. Obviously, if you put a set of performance springs on a new car (or one with low mileage), your window of opportunity to drive on it like that is much bigger.

      Being the sole Warehouse Distributor the Southern US for B&G, Eibach, H&R, NEUSPEED and KONI (together), we here at MJM have tons of experience with each and every suspension setup you can think of (we even do Air Lift air suspension here in-house) and can certainly steer you in the right direction on what setup would be best for you based on your driving styles, driving habits and what spring with shock combo you want to go with. From non-adjustable KONI STR.T Shocks (which can be used on either OEM or performance shocks) to KONI FSD to Sport Shocks to Eibach, H&R or KONI Coilovers, we've got you covered. Feel free to give us a call or email us through our site (www.mjmautohaus.com) with any questions you may have and we'll provide you some 1-on-1 consultation on what might work best for you.

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      03-11-2013 01:00 AM #56
      Looking to replace my H&R street coilovers on my MKV for something that rides better.

    22. 04-05-2013 06:29 AM #57
      do you stil do the inventory upgraded coil-over springs? (i.e. for modifying the springtime amount of current coil-overs). . .

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      05-05-2013 07:49 PM #58
      I have weitec springs on my mk3 its rides great I was wondering if the Audi 90 strut upper bushings,how much more would it help with the handling be I really want to know how much lower it will be just let me know
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    24. 06-11-2013 09:45 PM #59
      Hi there,

      I sent an email through your website yesterday but I haven't gotten any replies yet.

      I have a 97 Audi A4 B5 2.6 stationwagon.

      I was just wondering if what are my options for your combo set up for my car. I was hoping to get the lowest height without going coilovers.

      Please do let me know

      Magel

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      06-14-2013 08:32 AM #60
      Quote Originally Posted by derZeck View Post
      Looking to replace my H&R street coilovers on my MKV for something that rides better.
      Your PM was responded to.

      Quote Originally Posted by LogisticPeterson View Post
      do you still do the inventory upgraded coil-over springs? (i.e. for modifying the springtime amount of current coil-overs). . .
      I apologize, but I don't think we've ever done this here, but give us a call at your convenience for some clarification.

      Quote Originally Posted by driverborn View Post
      I have weitec springs on my mk3 its rides great I was wondering if the Audi 90 strut upper bushings,how much more would it help with the handling be I really want to know how much lower it will be just let me know
      :
      Unfortunately, we've never done that upgrade on our MK3, I'm sorry.

      Quote Originally Posted by magello. View Post
      Hi there,

      I sent an email through your website yesterday but I haven't gotten any replies yet.

      I have a 97 Audi A4 B5 2.6 stationwagon.

      I was just wondering if what are my options for your combo set up for my car. I was hoping to get the lowest height without going coilovers.

      Please do let me know

      Magel
      Hello, Magel. If you could, inbox us your phone number and a rep will give you a call.

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      06-19-2013 05:12 PM #61
      Feel free to give us a call with any questions:

      - PHONE: 210.DUB.PART (382.7278)

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    28. 07-09-2013 04:57 AM #63
      Which Koni springs would you receommend for Koni FSD for skoda VRS?

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      07-28-2013 01:02 PM #64
      You guys dont want to give me my money back and make me file a credit card dispute for an order I placed almost 3 months ago. Suit yourself, told you youd be hearing a lot of me on EVERYONE of your threads

      First ill start off with ONE of my multi thousand dollar accounts to prove that im not just a troll





      Heres what you guys have been telling me since may 20th I believe. Cause ya know orders take almost 3 months to process ya know but dont worry theyll be here shortly!!



      Mjm sucks threads

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      07-28-2013 08:43 PM #65
      Quote Originally Posted by mk3alltheway View Post
      You guys dont want to give me my money back and make me file a credit card dispute for an order I placed almost 3 months ago. Suit yourself, told you youd be hearing a lot of me on EVERYONE of your threads

      First ill start off with ONE of my multi thousand dollar accounts to prove that im not just a troll





      Heres what you guys have been telling me since may 20th I believe. Cause ya know orders take almost 3 months to process ya know but dont worry theyll be here shortly!!



      Mjm sucks threads

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      Quote Originally Posted by MJM Autohaus View Post
      We appreciate the orders thus far and hope everyone is enjoying their goodies. For those of you that have asked questions; we got 'em; we are looking into that for you and will have an answer to your particular inquiry very soon and let us know. We appreciate the patience. For a faster and more streamlined response to questions, we ask that you contact us through the website at http://www.mjmautohaus.com for the quickest response, as we'll soon be shutting our PM function off here on the forums in an effort to streamline all questions on our email box for lightning quick response and better customer service.

      Im really gonna enjoy building my post count destroying you guys. What questions exactly have you answered because in all 47 of your threads that I posted this in you havent answered one question

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      08-01-2013 09:58 AM #66
      We appreciate the orders thus far and hope everyone is enjoying their goodies. For those of you that have asked questions; we got 'em; we are looking into that for you and will have an answer to your particular inquiry very soon and let us know. We appreciate the patience. For a faster and more streamlined response to questions, we ask that you contact us through the website at http://www.mjmautohaus.com for the quickest response, as we'll soon be shutting our PM function off here on the forums in an effort to streamline all questions on our email box for lightning quick response and better customer service.

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