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Discussion in 'Leon Mk1' started by Prau187, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Prau187

    Prau187 Full Member

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    Yeh will be looking into them because stock suspension is a nightmare but once I've got it all set up might have to go on the track and get that experience under the belt too

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  2. Sparkie

    Sparkie Angling Adict.

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    Sorry maybe didn’t explain well.
    I did loads of research before I bought mine.
    Don’t know your budget.
    The BC’s are for road and track.
    Just that mine has become more track based.
    They seem one of the best if spending upto around a grand. With more features than others upto 1100 quid.
    On the road they’re no different from a set of ST, KW, Sachs etc unless you go for all out track stuff like KW or Sachs clubsport versions.
    Club sports will have higher spring rates and will be hard to drive on normal roads.
    The only ones predominantly for road that are designed for a more forgiving ride seem to be the KW comforts.
    Koni do shock and springs sets which if I remember use Eibach springs.
    These are adjustable too but I’ve heard from others running them that they are very firm.
    Otherwise if you want a decent feel and level of comfort, have you thought of putting in brand new oem suspension and new oem bushing.
    Then it will be like out the factory. Totally different to how it drives now. Comfortable but fairly firm.
    Shouldn’t break the bank either. .


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