Coiled my VRS not a polo but oh well

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Coiled my VRS not a polo but oh well

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After a lot of messing around whilst i swapped jobs i finnally fitted my coils. There wound pretty low and still very comfortable and with the bar as well the car is so taut now with barely any roll.
Roundabouts are even better now and I cant wait till it settles as i may go lower at the front.
Its getting corner weighted and tracked next week so should be even better.

Heres a few pics for those who are interested.
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And this is it before
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The coils were £550 and the bar was £170 all in from dpm.
Definately worth doing as i kept up with a clio 200 down some twisties today as well lol
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That's not actually a Polo, is it??
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looks smart buddy!
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Coiled my VRS not a polo but oh well

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Looks clean as hell, obviously a very well looked after vehicle, what's next ?.
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Dub_Dan wrote:looks smart buddy!

Can we stick to VW's/Polo's ?
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Gorgeous! How are you finding it?
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Its improved it so much virtually no roll and now i have so much confidence in the turns, now i just need some bigger brakes
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I meant what I'd the new VRs like as a car? Lol
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Edi30 wrote:
Dub_Dan wrote:looks smart buddy!

Can we stick to VW's/Polo's ?

lmao stop being a forum troll the guys showing his new car (as he had a polo due to him being a member since 2005!!! are you telling me he knew the new vrs was coming out back then lol) which is the same platform as your car

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Dial it up in the rear a bit, looks like you're carrying bags of cement in yout boot. Or a dead fat guy:)
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Dub_Dan wrote:
Edi30 wrote:
Dub_Dan wrote:looks smart buddy!

Can we stick to VW's/Polo's ?

lmao stop being a forum troll the guys showing his new car (as he had a polo due to him being a member since 2005!!! are you telling me he knew the new vrs was coming out back then lol) which is the same platform as your car

chillllllllllll outtttttttttttttttttttttttttt
Just pointing out Forum etiquette and the fact there is a forum for Skoda Fabia specially provided. :D
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Thread moved to a more appropriate section...case closed 8)
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awesome car i was going have one of these before my 9n3 gti
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