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Postby my02vr6 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 10:08 pm

I'm sure they would be the same for a 1.8T since they are comparable in weight, but for a VR I think a Corrado setup would be more correct. But that would also be too stiff for your current engine.
On the other issue, I'm sure Tomas could help picking out the right coil setup for you, and he's prety close to you in Richmond. I'm sure a lot of guys in WCM could also help with the install if you don't feel comfortable.
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Postby IrishGLI » Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:52 am

What is your budget? There's all kinds of coils available, from super cheap to super expensive. Is there a particular reason you want coils over a setup like bilsteins w/ h&r sport or race springs? If you dont particularly want the adjusment factor of coils, you can run springs and shocks for a lower price tag and have just as good a ride. I had bilstein shocks and struts w/ h&r race springs on my 92 golf and it handled extremely well. Only downside was I couldnt adjust my ride hight
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Postby 03 20thGTI » Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:53 pm

Werking on it.... :thumb:


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