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lollpolo
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PostSubject: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 12:16

anybody got lowering springs or coilovers need some asap for my polo 6n ???????
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Luke_MK1
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 14:01

Cheap ones - Club Polo - Jackson Tuning - 200 (tatechnix Ones)

Expensive ones - Venom Motorsport - View range Wink
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Cymro
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 14:10

If you're lowering it then you will need the shocks as well. Stock shocks are ok for 20-40mm drop but any lower and they soon wear out.

coilovers should have shocks with them.

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Luke_MK1
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 14:13

It depends on his budget, with Phil J he can get lowerring springs with shocks, other pay the LITTLE extra for coilovers! which would be addvisable Smile
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CymruR32
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 15:58

Alot of people on Club Polo go for Phil J's ones, they're good value. But quite a harsh ride I believe.

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matt
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 16:34

my philj's were harch but not that bad tbf

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popeye
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySat Nov 07 2009, 19:28

get on eBay. i picked up some new coil overs for 150.
corrado, golf Mk2 + Mk3 will fit as well
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azzajones
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySun Nov 08 2009, 20:25

corrado, golf Mk2 + Mk3 they fit a polo??
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Martian
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptySun Nov 08 2009, 20:49

iv PhilJ ones on the loon
can be harsh at speed,but take it easy and there reet
but if you want low+comfort your gonna have to spend some dollar
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Cymro
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptyMon Nov 09 2009, 01:01

I have the philj ones and I find them better at speed.
TBH the ride isn't that harsh.

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matt
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptyMon Nov 09 2009, 15:25

my kws are great tbf paid alot of money for them. the philj's are gd for beginner slammers

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Martian
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PostSubject: Re: lowering the polo   lowering the polo EmptyMon Nov 09 2009, 17:37

Cymro wrote:
I have the philj ones and I find them better at speed.
TBH the ride isn't that harsh.
philj's ftw
still need to lower the back of mine...mmmm
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