eibach springs

alx_chung

Dark Lord of the Torque
Sep 11, 2006
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Is there a vast difference between Proline and Sportsline springs, is the drop difference very noticeable?

Yep there is. Check my thread as I have the Prolines fitted with Koni FSDs. I think Al (DJHorace's Cupra) has had pics of his Cupra on Prolines and then Sportlines on the forum before.
It all really depends on what you are after mate.
Here is a pic of mine:

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Al

Active Member
Aug 29, 2005
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Sportlines give a nicer ride height, handle better and give a more supple ride. Comparing stock shocks with sotck springs, pro kit and sportline i would rate them

1) Sportlines (Best)
2) Stock
3) Pro Kit

If you are fitting Pro Kit springs to a Cupra, you will barely see any difference in ride height.

Standard
01102009087.jpg


Pro Kit
P1010730.jpg


P1010737.jpg


Sportline
P1000817noplate.jpg


28022009155.jpg
 
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Jun 1, 2009
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west lothian
Sportlines give a nicer ride height, handle better and give a more supple ride. Comparing stock shocks with sotck springs, pro kit and sportline i would rate them

1) Sportlines (Best)
2) Stock
3) Pro Kit

If you are fitting Pro Kit springs to a Cupra, you will barely see any difference in ride height.

Standard
01102009087.jpg


Pro Kit
P1010730.jpg


P1010737.jpg


Sportline
P1000817noplate.jpg


28022009155.jpg
Fitting them to 2.0ltr TDI same as Alx. Chung, cannot go to low,too many speedbumps where i live.
 
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