If you use your VWG vehicle on a daily basis and are only looking to uprate one aspect of your car, you can't do better than Racingline Sport Springs. What do they do? Well, by replacing the car's four standard springs with re-engineered, different-rate and slightly shorter Sport Springs, the vehicle's center of gravity is lowered, reducing body roll for better dynamics, whilst maintaining the ride quality and comfort of your car. No other changes are needed, it's as simple as that.
One of the most common comments from our customers after they've fitted the VWR Sport Springs is how good the ride and handling is; that's not by luck. Our suspension engineers work through multiple spring rates, lengths and windings on each derivative of each model to ensure that they are perfect.
Little wonder the VWR Sport Springs are our best-selling product around the world.
THE PERFECT DROP
We typically have chosen to lower the sports models (GTI, R, S3 etc) by 20-30 mm, and the other models by 30-35mm for each kit in order to preserve the wheel travel needed.
The Sport Springs are developed to be fully compatible with cars fitted with Volkswagen Groups switchable ACC (Adjustable Chassis Control) dampers.
Constructed alongside OEM springs, and with the world-renowned TUV approvals, the development, testing and quality of the VWR Sport Springs are more than an equal of the factory springs.
The Sport Springs are a progressive rate spring, allowing us to preserve the ride quality in normal use, but then to stiffen the effective spring rates at the ends of the travel when cornering or braking hard.
Available for almost all models, including lower-powered twist-beam rear suspension cars.
Our extensive development programme on each version of each model has given us a ride quality just as good as that of the standard car.
For Golf models with multi link rear suspension