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    Senior Member Two Rings
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    B8 A4 Eibach sportline springs on B8 A5/S5

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    https://eibach.com/us/i-2533-sportli...4-springs.html

    Has anyone ran these springs on their B8 A5/S5? The website states a drop of 1.8 front and 1.4 rear for the , has anyone ran them on their A5/S5 and how did it look? Was it too low?

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    Senior Member Two Rings
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    Or these H&R OE springs that claim 1.2 all around
    https://www.awe-tuning.com/h-r-sprin...gs-1-2in-1-2in

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    Veteran Member Four Rings JamesRS5's Avatar
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    Are you looking for a comfortable ride or just the look?
    I accept a Stage II tuned S5 is quicker than an RS5
    Doug convinced me
    He's also the reason I don't come here much

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    Senior Member Two Rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesRS5 View Post
    Are you looking for a comfortable ride or just the look?
    Preferably both, my car is equipped with Audi drive select so I guess springs would be the best option since I can adjust the dampening right?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings JamesRS5's Avatar
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    I would go for the H&R OE Sport Springs, they keep a reasonable ride quality and a good drop, a slightly reduced drop and great ride quality can be had from the Eibach Pro Kit, lowering is 1 Front 0.8 Rear but the ride is much better.
    I accept a Stage II tuned S5 is quicker than an RS5
    Doug convinced me
    He's also the reason I don't come here much



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