Suspension options

VwagonDad

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#1
Hey,
Like to improve handling and not to go lower if possible.
Few options
GOLF R springs
Tiguan lowering springs
Coilovers
Any ideas ?
 

Ogre72

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I am getting my 19 alltrack fitted with Bilstein B16 next Saturday on 235/40/18 Michelin pilot 4 all season on Neuspeed RSE10 18 x8.5. I had this set up on my 13 tdi JSW before I sold it back to vw . I will keep you posted. The ride was incredible as I was able to place a lot of weight on the suspension as I did a lot of camping and carrying a 20 cubic inch cargo box wit about 220 pounds on top. No body roll . With any suspension you consider, consider upgrading your sway bars also.Consider all options and ask around. I researched for a long time prior to committing on these again. Good luck. I will post pics
 
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VwagonDad

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Great let me know
I was planning following , I don't like to drop part, but this is not final yet:
Golf R springs
ED spacers on the back or maybe dedicated variant spring
B4 up front B8 in the back
Golf R rear sway bar
I will keep wheels at 18
 

Ogre72

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Great let me know
I was planning following , I don't like to drop part, but this is not final yet:
Golf R springs
ED spacers on the back or maybe dedicated variant spring
B4 up front B8 in the back
Golf R rear sway bar
I will keep wheels at 18
That is a nice setup also. Well keep each other posted and send pics .
 

LovelyOne

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Great let me know
I was planning following , I don't like to drop part, but this is not final yet:
Golf R springs
ED spacers on the back or maybe dedicated variant spring
B4 up front B8 in the back
Golf R rear sway bar
I will keep wheels at 18
Do you have the part numbers for the Golf R springs and sway bar?


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2019 AT SE 6MT
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Do you have the part numbers for the Golf R springs and sway bar?


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Look them up online, but be careful. There's two main types. 1 for DSG and 1 for 6MT. Don't forget the rear TT pads or equivalent.

I've got a DSG set of springs and Bilsteins just sitting here, I don't think there's p/n's on the springs I have. I haven't swapped yet as I broke my back in Jan, long story. I do like the OEM+ route, as the springs were cheap as they were R take offs. To get into decent coilovers you will be in the $1500+ range. If you get the $500 set, they will bounce like crazy. Also if you go too low, you will change your roll center for the worse.

Best of luck!
 
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Also from another member here on the RSB:

>So along comes the Alltrack and after a bit of investigation I have made one simple change, which is to replace the rear anti-roll (sway) bar (5Q0 511 305 BC) with one from a Golf R (5Q0 511 305 BE).

You would need the bushings, and "maybe" the two bushing metal mounts.
 


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