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    Smile lowering a definitive answer please

    hi there
    i have a astra sri turbo on 18s if i fit eibach 30/30 springs how much will they lower the car over standard.
    ivan

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    Assuming a MK4, technically 10mm more than the OEM springs which are -20mm vs a 'normal' MK4 set up.

    As for real life ride height, it depends on the car, it might lower a little more, it might not, and it will probably take a little while to bed in and settle to the final ride height too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nry View Post
    Assuming a MK4, technically 10mm more than the OEM springs which are -20mm vs a 'normal' MK4 set up.

    As for real life ride height, it depends on the car, it might lower a little more, it might not, and it will probably take a little while to bed in and settle to the final ride height too.
    hi there thanks for the reply, sorry it is a mk 4, i thought it would be 10mm but searching through thr threads there are different thoughts on how much the drop would be LMF thought 20 mm for example
    Ivan

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