but won't those destroy your shocks? Is this your daily driver? I'd like to think I could get away with springs only but I don't think I'd be that lucky...Rabbit222 said:H&R Sport springs made Specifically for the MK5 GTI. 40mm
The ride feels exactly like stock if not better.
Are we certain that the euro version is only 0.5 inch lower? Because compare these two pictures, one is with H&R sports which is supposed to lower 1.5 inches but it looks like the wheel gap is the same as this other picture of an euro GTI with 17" wheels?JJ-R32 said:H&R Sport Springs + Bilstein Sport Shocks
The only spring I can think of that probably won't require new shocks is Eibach prokit.BLACKMAGICGTI'06 said:Opinion can i get away with running h&r race springs without new shocks? how long will they last? Or should i go with the H&R sport springs instead? the car is my daily driver and i am extremely careful of potholes/curbs/speedbumps etc.
aznkukuboi said:Yea those rims look quite nice.
I just got my coilovers today. KW V1.
I'm getting 18x8 rims, I wonder if a 50 mm drop would not rub on me.