my spring is the hardest for you
idk if you can see this but every bump i hit the car bounces multiple times. I want h&r ultra lows at this point. Sick of the bounce, but I love 22 1/4
Best race springs on the market. That's how I upgraded my coils on my b5.
My dad runs them in his race car and so do I.
They make springs for everything.
Now get the thing stiff
i liked some of these responses heres my situation, i just bought ST's, and i have a set of h&r race springs as well. right now theyre on my vmaxx struts. i want to see if i can make them any better than they already are before i install them. and the race springs on hand make it very cost effective
I am running with the first version of the ST coilovers, where they had different spring rates for the 1.8t and 2.8/S4 engine. I opted for the B5 S4 sedan units. A couple of is 1.8T B5 A4 guys did that. My front spring rate is 690 lbs/in and the rears are progressive. No bounce and the ride is not bad at all. Of course, weight and heavy dips in the road at higher speed changes everything. These units never had helper springs, and I have noticed people don't like the revised units that ST now sells. I also have a lifetime warranty on mine.
GB thread a lot of AZ members got theirs from, including me: http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...ST-PRICES-EVER!
The higher stiffer spring rate needs a stiffer rebound damper , rebound damper is the force holding the spring in place as it expands...
All struts coil overs unless damper adjustable have preset stiffness, we all **** ourselfs when we dump are cars pull helper springs. Run them on the lowest possible thread.
When you adjust your coil overs, your messing with the springs preload. Preload is good.
I'm pulling my car apart next week to finish Rwd conversion. I can grab part numbers than. I'm on 600lb rears and 900lb fronts or so first set I bought I was way wrong f/r were over 1000lbs each car felt like ****