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    Pic Request of MK4 on Turbo Rims on Eibach Springs

    As above please

    I cant decide whether this sits low enough, or whether im to go down on coilovers, so if someone has a pic of a mk4 on the eibach springs which lower the car 50mm at front at 30mm on the rear, il be very grateful

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    previous car - SRI Turbo
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    You got any of it on a flat mate, also did you see the improvment handling wise and also are you using standard dampers?

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    here you go, old pics and not the best






    got standard shocks with -30 eibach springs.
    the handling is def improved but that is probably due to the tyres - toyo proxies T1-r on the front and T1-s on the rear

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    Cheers for the pics, looking at the bottom pic, it looks like what my car does on standard springs :s

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    mine, image hosting isnt workin at mo
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    Interesting thread as im looking to lower my coupe in the next few weeks.

    That looks nice on the red coupe, nothing too much, they look abit silly too low.
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    I think 30mm eibachs make the mk4 look as it should from the factory - just right. Removes the stilts without the chav "lower than yer nans t1ts" look.
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    im wanting to lower my sri t either the 30mm eibachs or 50/30 cant decide which need more pics dont want to loose the comfort looks i dont care just want the handling bit better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sten View Post
    without the chav "lower than yer nans t1ts" look.
    Does that count for every quite low cars then!?

    So what you are saying is in effective my motor is 'chav'! because its lowered alot!?

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