This will lower your car by 30-35 mm in order to preserve the wheel travel needed to keep the usability of the standard car. Go lower or stiffer as some popular lowering springs do, and in our experience your car will bounce and crash its way along the road as the dampers are mismatched to spring-rate, and the springs themselves run out of wheel travel.
Improving both handling and appearance using the standard dampers without compromising comfort makes the Racingline Sport Spring kit one of the most popular upgrades.
- Extensive Development
- Subtle Lowering to Drop Center of Gravity
- European Made
- Beautiful Ride Quality
- Developed Exclusively for Volkswagen
- Highest Quality Materials and Construction
- Racingline Sport Springs
|MK7 GTI 2.0T I4 [MQB]|
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This was my very first time buying anything from BMP. I ordered these springs on a Wednesday and was recieved on Sunday. Holy ****, what a great experience, I had many questions that prolly irritated people but im not very VW illiterate lol. Anyways will buy again, again, and again from BMP
Love these springs so far. The ride height is about perfect and the ride quality is a bit stiffer than stock but still very comfortable for my daily driver. Shipping and customer support spot on as well.
Nice product, fast shipping
Nice quality springs. Perfect ride height now. The ride is better than expected— feels like stock. Fast shipping from BMP!
I just wanna to say thank you so much for the kind assistance! Very happy with BMP!!!!!
Great Drop Springs!
I installed these along with my Urotuning Flush kit and I can say I’m just amazed at how well they both work together. 15mm in the front and 20mm in the rear is perfect for these drop springs. I had no reverse rake either. A couple quick tips when installing... -Use a paint marker to mark the correct position of the strut mounts so you don’t reinstall them wrong. -Replace all applicable stretch bolts, ESPECIALLY on the axle, if you decide to disconnect it from the trans. -Torque everything down properly and recheck after a drive or two. -Last but not least, get an alignment after about two weeks. This will allow the springs to fully settle. If you get an alignment right after then they we settle and your alignment will be off again! I have pictures of the GTI on my Instagram of you care to see the fitment. @yung.mk7