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Old 01-03-2017, 12:58   #1
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Lowering springs vs oem DCC

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i would like to get lowering kit for my seat leon st but i have dcc suspension. are there any lowering springs compatible with DCC or would that be an issue if fitted? was thinking about eibach pro kit 35/30

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Afternoon,

Thank you for your email.

I can confirm the Eibach Pro springs are compatible with DCC.

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hi,

i would like to get lowering kit for my seat leon st but i have dcc suspension. are there any lowering springs compatible with DCC or would that be an issue if fitted? was thinking about eibach pro kit 35/30

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Hi p.eco,

I am looking for information to lower my Leon SC TDI 184 with Eibach springs and I have the DCC suspension.
Have you lowered your Leon since you posted your message? If so, in Eibach Prokit? And no problems with DCC?

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Hi massouille!

No i didn't go with the lower at the end. I read a lot of post regarding aftermarket springs vs OEM DCC dampers and i found mixed opinions. So i decided to leave it as it is as i configured the DCC from new and i dont want to end up with spending extra for something that may affect the factory setup, f*ck up the current modes & dampers. (also headlights needs to be adjusted as the sensors will be confused) I said to myself that if i go lower, it will be with DCC coil-over set but this is not cheap matter. maybe in the future. I also had few situations on the road since; where i was thankful that i didn't go lower, I would probably ended up with broken side skirts & front lip. New speedbumps are growing everywhere... :-(
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