|8S TT 2.0T I4 [MQB]||AWD|
|8S TT RS 2.5T I5 [MQB]||AWD|
|8S TTS 2.0T I4 [MQB]||AWD|
|8V A3 1.8T I4 [MQB]||FWD|
|8V A3 2.0T I4 [MQB]||AWD|
|8V RS3 2.5T I5 [MQB]||AWD|
|8V S3 2.0T I4 [MQB]||AWD|
|MK7 Golf 1.8T I4 [MQB]||FWD|
|MK7 Golf Alltrack 1.8T I4 [MQB]||AWD|
|MK7 Golf Sportwagen 1.8T I4 [MQB]||FWD + AWD|
|MK7 GTI 2.0T I4 [MQB]||FWD|
|MK7 R 2.0T I4 [MQB]||AWD|
ATTENTION MK7.5 · B8.5 · C7.5 OWNERS:
Although MOST parts DO FIT FACELIFT MODELS such as the MK7.5, C7.5 and B8.5, some components such as exhaust systems and headlights are NOT ALWAYS perfectly upward compatible and vice versa due to minor changes in body design such as fenders, bumper and valences.
Please contact us via chat, phone or eMail if you are uncertain about product fitment on your facelift model.
Emmanuele Design eMMOTION Lowering Springs MQB
Are you looking to lower your Golf, but are concerned with diminished ride quality? Designed with the daily driver in mind, eMMOTION lowering springs by Emmanuele Design will provide the improved aesthetics of a lowered vehicle, without creating the harsh, bouncy ride that is all too common with typical lowering springs.
Taking our experience on the MQB platform, we have developed what we feel is the best lowering spring option for those wishing to utilize factory dampers. Using a linear design (similar to OEM) with unique spring rates, our lowering springs are properly matched to the factory dampers, ensuring a ride quality that is slightly stiffer than stock, but predictable in nature.
Each spring set is 100% made in the USA exclusively for Emmanuele Design. The springs are made of high tensile chrome silicon and each unit is shot peened, pre-set and 100% tested to ensure all the critical dimensions and rate/loads are within tolerance. The springs are then powder coated with a stealth black finish for an OEM appearance. The use of high tensile chrome silicon, as opposed to typical commercial grade chrome silicon, allows us to create a lighter spring that can sustain repeated deflection without deformation. High tensile chrome silicone will typically have thinner coil diameters that are spaced further apart, when compared to commercial chrome silicon.