Are you looking to lower your vehicle but are concerned with diminished ride quality? Our linear lowering springs will provide the improved aesthetics of a lowered vehicle, without creating the harsh, bouncy ride that is all too common with typical lowering springs.
Taking our experience on the MQB platform, along with testing on our in-house S3, Mk7 R & Gti, we have developed what we feel is the best lowering spring option for those wishing to utilize factory dampers. Using a linear design (similar to OEM) with unique spring rates, our lowering springs are properly matched to the factory dampers, ensuring a ride quality that is slightly stiffer than stock, but predictable in nature.
Latest version spring as of Sept 2016
– Improved aesthetics
– Reduced body roll when compared to the stock springs
– More planted chassis
– Reduced “bounciness”
“Having come from progressive springs with about the same ride height, I can certainly and immediately tell a difference in comfort and drivability.” – Jon M.
“The ride comfort is at or above stock.” – Lee N.”These springs are a must have. Better feel and handling than stock, yet more comfortable. That’s a win in my book.” – Harith A.
“The car sits perfect and performs like it should have from the factory.” – Steve B.
“The car is more planted and settled and greatly reduced bounce/pogo at the rear over bumps.” – Ian F.
“I am extremely pleased to be off my H&R’s and on ED’s springs.” – Jon C.
– Approximately 13mm Front & Rear On Non-Mag Cars
– Approximately 19mm Front & Rear On Mag-Ride Cars
– Approximately 45mm on A3
– Approximately 25mm Front & Rear on R
– Approximately 33mm Front & Rear on Gti
– Approximately 40mm Front & Rear on Golf
– Made in USA in an ISO certified facility
– Compatible with Magnetic Ride Control
– Linear Design for Improved Ride Quality
– Powder Coated Black For OEM Appearance
The springs are made of high tensile chrome silicon and each unit is shot peened, pre-set and 100% tested to insure all the critical dimensions and rate/loads are within tolerance. The springs are then powder coated with a stealth black finish for an OEM appearance. The use of high tensile chrome silicon, as opposed to typical commercial grade chrome silicon, allows us to create a lighter spring that can sustain repeated deflection without deformation. High tensile chrome silicone will typically have thinner coil diameters that are spaced further apart, when compared to commercial chrome silicon.
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