Lowering an european Sport hatch

  1. MattLodi

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    Hi guys, i'd like to drop a little bit my hatch, as you may know here in Europe the sport hatch has the electronic adaptive suspension, do you know if it's possible to replace the stock springs in these suspensions?
     
  2. Alexander

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    Yes, no problem. I did it on my Sport+. Eibach pro.
     
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    MattLodi

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    Thank you guys! have you encountered any problems with the springs?
     
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    I have no problem with springs and really like ground clearance which is provided by pro kit. you will not lose any comfort up to 100-120 km/h almost same as factory setting however after that the car will jump very lightly depending on road surface.
     
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    No problems at all. They are great.
     
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    pro kit eibach (winter tires 16") ride is great much better than factory car is stiffer for sure, but stil not to stiff
    highly recomend

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    So it seems like eibach is the go to for most people
     
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