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    1. Member Mr.Moto's Avatar
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      Apr 24th, 2011
      Viera, Florida
      2003 Audi A4
      03-25-2012 11:55 PM #1
      I purchased a set of the BC Racing BR coils overs and was looking for some suggestions on dampening set ups. I have a MKV GTI and if anyone had any advice or suggestions for their soft/hard settings on the coils it would be great. I run pretty much full stiff in the front right now, the ride is firm and forgiving but would like to see if anyone has some suggestions.

      "I'm really just a misplaced MKIV guy, honestly. I'll prove it show me a pic of your car and watch me make fun of it."
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      Apr 21st, 2008
      03-26-2012 08:55 AM #2
      Just play around with it; every car and every person are going to want something different.

      Edit: You are going to want the rear to be softer than the front though; as there's less weight back there.
      Last edited by Project_2501; 03-26-2012 at 09:07 AM.

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      Jun 25th, 2010
      central florida
      05 gti 1.8t/ 00 a4 1.8tqms/ '72 340 duster
      05-30-2012 05:25 PM #3
      I find on my mkiv there is two good setups. One sport stiff and one more comfortable.
      I also installed these on a jcw mini, same settings but he installed swift springs. I would highly recommend you get them. Same spring rate seemed to be the best. The overall comfort was greatly improved and corner traction was also greatly improved. Worth the $380 online.

      Anyways, around 10 on the frt from soft and 8 on the rear.on sporty mode 20f 25r,but that helps some understeer on my worse suspension imho.

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