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Lowering springs
#1
I want to lower the Lingo (2012 panel van) can someone confirm if these are the correct springs...

http://www.motorsportworld.co.uk/detprod...ID=1070767
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#2
I found some cheaper EIBACH E10-22-007-03-22 but i think no one use that
Partner Tepee 1.6HDI 92@115bhp / 17"aloys / -35mm H&R kit / MyWay upgrade
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#3
yes they are the right ones, larkspeed do them a bit cheaper, H&R are the ones to go for
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(17-08-2013, 07:08 AM)finny Wrote:  yes they are the right ones, larkspeed do them a bit cheaper, H&R are the ones to go for

You Want to say, H&R are better than EIBACH ? I Drove once peugeot 406 coupe with EIBACH KIT and it was so hard, like a some sport's car.
Dunno how it will be in partner/berlingo.

Tell me, maybe do You know how hard/soft is H&R, much harder than series, or this EIBACH ?
Partner Tepee 1.6HDI 92@115bhp / 17"aloys / -35mm H&R kit / MyWay upgrade
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#5
im not saying H&R are better than eibach, ive always used eibach on my cars, just seems the berlingo sits nicer being a 40/20 drop, the eibach/musketeer set up is 30/10, have a look at this thread http://www.berlingo.org/showthread.php?t=20999 some people say the H&R is a little stiff at low speeds if larger 17/18" wheels fitted but the overall improvement is worth it as it stopped the twitching and rumbling some berlingos suffer from, on standard 15/16" some are saying it feels spot on. the standard suspension feels quite well set up with the 18"s im running so although I did a lot of homework on what seems to be the best set up ive left mine alone for now
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#6
Thank You Smile You helped me to decide witch one. Of course H&R win, I have got 225/45/17 where is much more free space between tire, and mudguard than 215/50/17.


Tell me, is there any chance to get lower consumption ? Or it is only placebo :X Hehe i know, who cares consumption if driving van on 18"s Big Grin
Partner Tepee 1.6HDI 92@115bhp / 17"aloys / -35mm H&R kit / MyWay upgrade
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#7
I have noticed my mpg dropped around 2mpg, the alloys do weigh more than the steelies and also tyres have dif energy ratings A-E but at the same time I also fitted front and rear colour coded bumper panels and a K&N panel filter so maybe they could be the cause, my tyre size im running now 225/40/18 are within 0.47% rolling radius to the original 195/65/15
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#8
I Already lower my car with Progressive H&R Springs. Now my Partner tepee looks, and drive much better. Photo in my thread http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...2#pid48832
Partner Tepee 1.6HDI 92@115bhp / 17"aloys / -35mm H&R kit / MyWay upgrade
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