Just had a set of H&R lowering springs fitted. Slightly firmer ride but has completely irradicated the cars tendancy for the front end to follow the troughs and cambers in the road. Also had the roll restrictor fitted, on idle and initial puliing away there is a slight increase in vibration but wouldnt notice this when on the move. Also was lucky enough to be able to have the mountune short shift installed (the dealer happened to have 3 in stock) and the gear shift is now even better.
@jasoni – Hmm I’ve not either.We must have similar driving styles. Perhaps we could start giving anti veering steering lessons and even start up our own AVS School of Motoring. Not sure we would get a lot of interest though.
Has anyone looked at the pumaspeed eibach ones? The lower the rear slightly more to give it equal spacing from tyres to arch so looks miles better. I’m just worried that with mud flaps it would scrape too much over bumps etc?
I have the pumaspeed springs on mine and mountune mud flaps I have never had problems with them scraping.They do make the car look nice and low and level . I also have the pumaspeed 12.5mm wheel spacers on aswell which with the springs gives it a great stance.
Thanks Sherbert, I’d fitted the 20mm H&r ones on my last RS but felt it needed to be slightly lower that’s why thinking of pumaspeeds eibachs. Plus it drops the back slightly more to give an Evan stance. you a side view pic you could post? Thanks