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  1. I have a 1988 Coupe S and am lowering it on 14” BBS RA wheels. looking at options and came across this kit - has anyone tried it / got any photos or reviews they can share? https://www.eibachshop.co.uk/eibach-b12-prokit-suspension-kit-e90850360122_p31225036.htm#.XT8JVCXTWEc Thanks!
  2. Hi Polo friends, I have a BlueMotion VW Polo 1.4 TDi 2009 Mk 4, that started to vibrate/resonate running in neutral, in gear, any speed on every revolution. It started after having the following done: 1. All Lower Control Arm bushes changed to PowerFlex; 2. Eibach lowering springs. The vibration becomes so bad, that I get pins & needles after 2-3 hour driving. It resonates worse as the roads get poorer. It’s constant. It occurs during rotational movement only. The wheels are aligned. The alloys are OEM in perfect condition. Not buckled. it occurs at all speeds. What could it be causing it? The Eibach lowering springs are slightly shorter than stock? Or the new PowerFlex bushing?? Thank you in advance for all your help.
  3. Hi,Fitted some H & R lowering springs to my 2011 polo gti, looks just perfect, Problem is the ride is terrible and the car bounces a lot over roads my other cars glide over.Does anyone have any experience of using these, Really pissed off that H & R recommend these for the car and they are this poor.Options i am looking at :Remove the H & R's and fit Eibach pro-kit springs, can get a set for £110, only lower the GTI 15mm at the front / 20mm at the rear, past experience on my 6n2 gti with eibachs is they are fine.Remove the H & R's and Fit vw motorsport lowering springs, lowers car by 20-30mm, can get a set for £210, blurb says they have been calibrated to work with the std shocks, so should be fine, apparently they are made by Eibach.Keep the H & R's and fit Koni shocks, looks like they will costs upwards of £500, The koni kit uses the same H & R springs i have, But wouldn't want to spend the money to find out they are not very good.What should i do.Thanks for looking / helpingsph144bv
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