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    Thread: FS: MK2/Corrado Neuspeed sport lowering springs -- complete with rear caps and top hats (55.10.11)

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      These are excellent springs for those looking for an increase in spring rate over stock with a mild drop that won't sacrifice handling. In other words, don't look any further if you're looking for stance, wheel "crush," killing your suspension geometry, or other nonsense.

      Neuspeed advertises a 1.25" drop front and rear:

      http://www.neuspeed.com/551011-neusp...pring-kit.html

      I used to run a set of these years ago, but have something else now. I don't know the spring rate for sure

      Please PM any questions if something isn't clear from my pics or description.

      I'm asking $90 picked up in the south bay.

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      05-09-2012 04:54 AM #2
      theyrll fit on my mk2 4 door jetta right?
      whats that you said on the post about not knowing the rate what is that about?

      im in salinas and im interested in the springs

    3. 05-10-2012 09:41 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by vdubbmk2 View Post
      theyrll fit on my mk2 4 door jetta right?
      whats that you said on the post about not knowing the rate what is that about?

      im in salinas and im interested in the springs
      These springs will fit on any 4 cylinder Mk2 and Mk3s. If you put them on a VR Mk3, you'll be lower in the front.

      These are likely the Sport springs, not the Race springs, which are a bit stiffer than stock springs, sit lower than stock, but are still comfortable.

      I don't know what you're getting all bent out of shape about, not everyone knows the spring rates of everything they have.

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      05-10-2012 11:20 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by lunisport View Post
      These springs will fit on any 4 cylinder Mk2 and Mk3s. If you put them on a VR Mk3, you'll be lower in the front.
      Correct on all counts.

      These are likely the Sport springs, not the Race springs, which are a bit stiffer than stock springs, sit lower than stock, but are still comfortable.
      These are Neuspeed sport springs, as opposed to "softsport" or race. Yes, a bit stiffer than stock with a published 1.25" drop all around.

      I don't know what you're getting all bent out of shape about, not everyone knows the spring rates of everything they have.
      Spring rates are also often proprietary information and hard to get reliable numbers on without testing them yourself. Googling revealed nothing about these springs rates -- I'll add that tidbit of info if I find it out

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