Looks sharp! Any difference in how it handles? How are your swaybars set up?
Assuming you're not running spacers, they won't rub.Anyone have an issue with rubbing with stock wheels on the vwr springs?
The damping rate is the same, the only difference is that B6 is the same length as stock and B8s are shorter for lowering springs. So in your case, you'll want the B8s.I'm looking for some advice. Background: I have DG springs, stock shock/struts all around, SPM 26 front/22 rear ASB set to hard on both. With this set up I have lowered about 1.5 - 2 inch over all. Now I would like to get shock / struts all around to smooth out my harsh ride. I have always thought of Bilstein B6 to be my best options for my set up but I see Bilstein B8's are just about $100 more. So what do you guys think? B6's or B8's
DG springs aren't much shorter are you sureThe damping rate is the same, the only difference is that B6 is the same length as stock and B8s are shorter for lowering springs. So in your case, you'll want the B8s.
Which did you order and what spring setup? TT strut bearings or stock?Well I have ordered mine! I will be the guinea pig for 2 Doors. I will likely stick with 18” wheels in the winter but might move to a 19” for the summer. We shall see how the springs affect my decision.