Mk7 Golf R Lowering Springs

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VW Golf R Lowering Springs

Driving professionals to deliver, aftermarket lowering springs improve both the high-performance handling and traction of the Mk7 Golf R, totally transforming the Golf R owner's whole driving experience. Designed to lower the car or stance when installed, the aftermarket lowering springs replace the original coil springs installed on the stock vehicle.

As well as the visual advantages, a lowered VW Golf R also provides a winning recipe for performance with significant aerodynamic advantages. This is due to the springs creating a smaller gap between the tyres and the wheel arch, allowing for that faster acceleration and sharper brake response. This will make the car more agile around corners and give a better feel for the road.

What Are The Best Lowering Springs For The Mk7 Golf R?

There are a number of different brands that supply lowering spring kits to the Golf R tuning market. We will discuss some of our favourites below.

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Eibach Lowering Springs

When it comes to lowering springs and suspension modifications, this is the brand we recommend, no matter what make and model you own. This is due to the visual and more importantly for us tuners, the performance benefits this legendary spring kit can offer. The Eibach Pro-Kit is designed to lower your Mk7 Golf's centre of gravity, reducing squat during acceleration, body roll in corners, and excessive nosedive when braking.

Eibach Lowering Springs for the Golf R offers not only offer a lower profile ride but also helps to enhance the handling capabilities of the car. This particular progressive spring design Pro-Kit provides a 20mm drop on the front end and a slightly more subtle drop of 15mm on the rear.

Founded in 1951, Eibach is one of the world's leading performance suspension manufacturers in the tuning world with their legendary spring systems. Firmly establishing itself in the development and production of suspension and chassis systems, Eibach produces high-level performance-lowering springs for a range of makes and models in the tuning industry. This fact has not changed when it comes to their VW Golf R Mk7 lowering springs, with their Pro Kit also reducing the center of gravity of the car by reducing the gap between the tyre and the wheel arch.

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Racingline Lowering Springs

Like with many hardware options available for the Golf R, Racingline Performance provides the goods once again to bring their own range of lowering springs to the market. The manufacturing quality and design of their tuning products are there for all to see throughout the Racingline brand, something that has continued with their lowering springs. Designed to work in harmony with the standard dampers, installing these springs will mean no further alterations are required.

This is a spring system that dramatically lowers the Golf R by approximately 20-25mm. It's also significantly cheaper than the Eibach Lowering Springs option, which is something you should bear in mind when setting your modifications budget.

What Other Suspension Mods Can I Make?

There is a range of different suspension modifications that you can make to enhance your driving experience even further. We invite you to take a look at our Golf R Wheel Spacers and Suspension collection of goods if you want to fully optimize your lowering springs purchase.

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Need To Learn More?

For more information on our range of Golf R Lowering Springs, make sure to please contact us via phone or email. Our team of Mk7 Golf tuning experts will have no problem being able to guide you in the right direction regarding any questions that you have for us.

Like with all new modifications, it's vitally important that the lowering springs are fit correctly to ensure the safety aspects are met. We, therefore, recommend that the springs are fitted by a qualified technician that has experience with fitting parts to the MQB platform.

Should you require our own technicians to fit your lowering springs, please contact our team for a quote.

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