Last edited by koko12; 05-03-2012 at 08:43 PM.
I'd prefer no stretch but that's a pretty nice looking Mk3. Any pics of that Mk1 Scirocco in the background of the 2nd pic.
Last edited by mellbergVWfan; 05-03-2012 at 09:24 PM.
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As much as I love that RS4 posted earlier, I really like how mine sits for street use. This is after a lot test fitting and some trial and error.
800lb springs up front and 1200lb rear. Front fenders slightly rolled. 285/30 19x10.
Corner balanced and sits level all around with my 150lb butt in the driver seat.
BTW, I can run 4 people, including my brother and SVT2888 (who are each over 200lbs) on the same side with no rubbing whatsoever, and it still handles on rails - Stasis Ohlins MS FTW
Last edited by RS4PD; 05-03-2012 at 10:41 PM.
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to the BMW in the OP. That's the look I was going for when I put on the H&R Touring Cup Kit on my GTI:
The S4 that I just got has the H&R OE sport springs, and I gotta say I like the outcome:
I kinda wanna put spacers on the S4 to align the wheels with the fenders.
What do you guys think?