Right? The super sports I'm now on used to be on my buddies GTI. I drive my car hard, very hard. He's probably the only person I know that beats on his car harder than I do.:lol:not necessarily... ive been on supersports for about 40,000 miles, and my shocks are still fine...
I'd say the ride quality would be worse. Not worse as in a bad thing. Just stiffer which would give you better handling.I didn't say they would blow....I just said that the ride quality will degrade
The ride quality isn't going to be "on par" as if it were matched up to a aftermarket damper (Konis/Bilsteins/etc.)
Lol not questioning you like the other debate of what tucking tire is.:lol:Well to each their own, of course
But if you wanna do it only once & do it right....ideally you should match the spring to the correct damper
Plus with a damper like the Koni's you have adjustability and can "dial them in" as you wish
Yup haha. Well I try to do things right the first time, but I thought I'd add that because the stock shocks don't do too bad. But yes, if you are looking for the most performance and longevity, do it right with matching struts.That's funny....I thought you were debating again...lol
And then you have matching springs/struts is the kicker....hilarious man :bellyroll:
What wheels are those? ...Offset/Width?,Well just search for pics of Sportline springs on a GTI or Rabbit...it'll look the same except with smaller wheels
If you run stock Rabbit shocks, it'll sit a hair lower (cuz they're softer compared to a GTI).....but you'll definitely want new dampers to use with them
Awesome riding spring & I recommend them!
Pics of my GTI on Sportlines with 17's:
Either the Koni Sports or Bilsteins work great with low springsawesome i think im sold on doing this over a tune first. will the eibach dampers hold up for awhile? as im in uni and don't want something to be shortlived