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Free: 2017 GTI Sport springs-free pickup or paid shipping

brado

New member
Location
California
Hello all,

like the title says I’m posting some 2017 GTI Sport springs. I just installed some VWR springs and these are just sitting in storage. Have about 28k miles on them.

the box is about 18lbs and is being shipped from 94583 so you can figure out the shipping to your area. Free pickup

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danbfree

Passed Driver's Ed
Location
Portland, OR
Car(s)
Golf TSI Wolfsburg
Hello! I just picked up a '17 Wolfsburg and looking to lower semi-conservatively but not too little with just how much wheel gap we have... So just how much do stock GTI springs lower the Golf? I've heard 0.4" and also about .75" and was curious which was accurate... TIA!
 

brado

New member
Location
California
Hello! I just picked up a '17 Wolfsburg and looking to lower semi-conservatively but not too little with just how much wheel gap we have... So just how much do stock GTI springs lower the Golf? I've heard 0.4" and also about .75" and was curious which was accurate... TIA!

Spring weights Golf 130f/165r GSW. 140f/175r Gti 175f/230r GolfR 195f/245r
Corner weights Golf M - LF902 RF877 LR592 RR619 Golf A - LF955 RF924 LR622 RR634 GSW - LF944 RF898 LR694 RR701 GSW4-LF954 RF924 LR743 RR710 GTI DSG 4dr - F1966 R1270 GTI M - LF942 RF943 LR600 RR620 GolfR M-LF986 RF978 LR680 RR685 GolfR A- F2028 R1381

should be a slight drop for a regular golf but nothing serious
 

danbfree

Passed Driver's Ed
Location
Portland, OR
Car(s)
Golf TSI Wolfsburg
Spring weights Golf 130f/165r GSW. 140f/175r Gti 175f/230r GolfR 195f/245r
Corner weights Golf M - LF902 RF877 LR592 RR619 Golf A - LF955 RF924 LR622 RR634 GSW - LF944 RF898 LR694 RR701 GSW4-LF954 RF924 LR743 RR710 GTI DSG 4dr - F1966 R1270 GTI M - LF942 RF943 LR600 RR620 GolfR M-LF986 RF978 LR680 RR685 GolfR A- F2028 R1381

should be a slight drop for a regular golf but nothing serious
OK, so more like the 0.4" I've heard... I'm wondering about AST or Eibach, I'm a fan of the progressive ride as long as it's done right and is stiff with just a little give to absorb the bumps to remove harshness.
 
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