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lowering a multispace xtr
#1
Sad 
Bought a 2010 multispace xtr and I want to lower it. Spring kits show 30 off front 20 off rear. I thought springs were same as van and i could get 40mm both ends. Is it different?
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#2
The front is slightly higher hence the slight increase in lowering. It should sit dead level with what you have described.
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#3
Cheers, the springs are on order just need a bit of free time next week to fit them. 17" alloys on their way too.
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#4
I've delayed the standard lowering springs as I'm still not sure as to the differences between the XTR and the van which can be lowered much more.

Is it just the longer springs on the XTR version? There's not a lot of info out there.
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#5
On my B9 XTR I had the front triangles that had 2cm or about an inch more sway so they ran lower to the ground where the hub meets the triangle, I think this had to do with the overall higher front shock assy... I think
And also when I replaced the triangles only 1 version is fits its all the same oem number but 1 manufacturer builds them like I needed them brand was RTS you can see on the pictures that they differ from the other ones


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