Really wanted to go for 20's but after a lot of reading and the fact I carry a fair bit of weight I'm going to be semi sensible and go for 19"s.
I really like the look of this which has staggered 19"s, same colour van as mine.
My question is can I get away with just springs to get this look...
I have Just had coil overs fitted, my mpg has now dropped 25-35%, is that normal at all?
i do need to get it balanced and tracked again i understand, could that be whats causing the problem or is something else not right?
thanks for your help.
Hi guys, selling these cobra lowering springs. I done about 2k gentle miles on them before I ditched the 20’s and went swamper. I also have an original set of T32 rear springs if anyone is interested, they came off a van with 3k miles on it. In Glasgow and open to offers! Ps also got a black...
Evening all, I have seen a lot of chat regarding suspension, in particular, the lowering of it and I wanted to ask what is the reason behind this? Is it safety, good looks or fuel economy? Or a combination? My van is definitely heavier (obviously) following the conversion though I feel it...
I have my Caravelle lowered on staggered velare 20 wheels with 265/40 tyres. It’s on twin adjust projekt comfort coilovers that aren’t all the way down.
The arch lining has been modified slightly by removing screw at top of arch and folding liner under tab. It’s fine on a roads and B roads...
For sale is my front only Stance+ Street coilovers, these are for a T28 and T30.
These have covered about 4000 miles.
Only reason for selling as I have purchased a new set that have a drop of 100mm where the ones for sale only drop 60mm.
Collection from Liverpool.
Not sure of price.
My transporter 6.1 has been at VW garages for 12 weeks since May because the camper van conversion put on lower springs and the front camera wont calibrate so I still have fault in cruise control, front assist unavailable and error: dynamic road sign display.
Any ideas welcome please
Took me a good few hours on my own in the garage, but not difficult.
Things you will need over and above the standard tool kit you already have if you are tempting this yourself.
7 MM Allen key to remove standard suspension top caps.
T40 Torx bit for the drop link arm.
3 arm puller as no way...
Hi guys as always a little bit of advice please.
I want to lower around 40/50mm although comfort is a priority rather than out and out performance as long term I intend to convert to a camper.
As funds and time are short at the minute my dilemma is if I get the optimum set up and appearance...
I bought my 2018 PV used at a year old privately. The first owner put a Maxx adjustable suspension kit on. Looking at their website, it's a cheap kit, but adjustable front and rear. It was OK, but I felt the front springs were too soft. The rears were great though. I had to adjust the front...
Considering Eibach springs but undecided between 30mm or the 50mm drop. Fairly heavy T6 camper on 20s with the rear end sag and up at front.
Anyone got photos of theirs done and please say if they’re 30mm or 50mm dropped
Yep, it's another suspension thread and it's a fairly long winded one, but...... It's time to move on from my B14s. It's important that I choose well this time, mainly because it's fairly expensive, but also because whatever I end up choosing will form part of the catalogue of upgrades I'll be...
I'm looking at lowering without hardening the ride too much - I was thinking of H & R lowering springs (40mm) Keeping the standard shocks and installing an anti roll bar. Van will also be fitted with 18" wheels and new tires - would this work or does anyone have any other suggestions...
Right the suspension is off! Haven’t had a chance to clean it up before I went away so just took a picture in the box.
You get exactly what is in the original SoLow picture that I’ll add. You won’t get the top plates, drop links and the bushes you can see in the box. To be honest you won’t need...
A friend went to coilovers last year and is now selling his raceline eibachs in lime green.
we’re on his T32 from new for only a few thousand miles.
If anyone’s interested I’ll pass on his number
Obviously B14,s are a harder ride and control the roll of the van, the dual shock system Chilli sell are a more comfortable ride still whilst controlling the handling of the van
My question for owners of Coilovers is do yours bottom out or bang on a decent size bump or pothole
The ones I...
So I have a brand new T6 camper conversion. I love it and it's amazing. The only issue I (had) was the ride and handling that I can only describe as driving a cross between a space hopper and a pogo stick.
So this has been transformed in 2 stages as my budget allowed.
1st stage - brand new...