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    What are the best springs for lowering? Kw adjustable ones, ED, HR or 034 motors? Anyone have compared them?

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    Established Member Two Rings JohnPhotography's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logtec View Post
    What are the best springs for lowering? Kw adjustable ones, ED, HR or 034 motors? Anyone have compared them?
    I love my KW HAS kit. Ride quality is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnPhotography View Post
    I love my KW HAS kit. Ride quality is amazing.
    How many mm did you lower the car? You where also able to obtain the stock front-rear balance?
    Did you had any chamber issues when you lowered the car?

    Thanks for the answers!

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    Established Member Two Rings NC_Detail_Garage's Avatar
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    I have ABT HAS, sourced from Mops

    Very compliant ride and a big improvement when paired w/ 034 RSB.

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    I went with the ED springs and their rear bar. This car will never see the race track, will be driven in the Western NY snow all winter and I wanted a lowered stance I but didn't want to sacrifice too much of the ride quality. ED was the perfect choice for me - they've been on about a month and I am very happy. To me, it's what the car would have been like from the factory if there was a sport suspension option.

    Vince



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