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What a lowered C4 looks like and what have users fitted

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curtis699909   
Wed Jan 23 2013, 03:03pm
Member No: #26533
Joined: Jul 11 2012
Location: huddersfield
MY VTR C4 on coilovers aprox 60mm front and back but can be cranked down so the car is on the floor.

FakeConcern   
Wed Jan 23 2013, 04:04pm
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Joined: Feb 05 2012
Location: Bexhill on Sea
Curtis, that looks great. What size are your wheels?
CamM   
Thu Jan 24 2013, 03:59am

Member No: #19249
Joined: Apr 13 2011
Location: Sydney
VTS180 on Bilstein B14 Coilovers, 45/45 drop.


curtis699909   
Sun Mar 24 2013, 03:56pm
Member No: #26533
Joined: Jul 11 2012
Location: huddersfield
There 17 inch fake concern came of a Honda civic haha
littlegaz   
Sat Dec 28 2013, 03:55pm
Member No: #20216
Joined: Jun 11 2011
Location: leicestershire
Thinking of lowering the c4 but not too much tho. whats people thoughts on how much to drop it by as I don't want to go too low...30/30 40/40 -is this noticeable?

Dave_Retired.   
Sun Dec 29 2013, 02:40am

Member No: #1
Joined: Aug 07 2006
Location: Northumberland
Eibach pro springs will drop it 30mm far and improve the ride/handling and it is noticeable

Here's my old hatch with them fitted:





If your going to go to 40mm (Eibach Sport) then you may as well go coilovers and adjust them to what you want

There are lots of images of lowered cars across the site.
Ric-A   
Tue Feb 11 2014, 10:35am
Member No: #30795
Joined: May 20 2013
Location: Wymondham
CamM wrote ...

VTS180 on Bilstein B14 Coilovers, 45/45 drop.






This sits absolutely perfect! It's exactly as I'd like my 1.6 loeb to sit!! But obviously this is a vts so does anyone know what this height would translate to on a none vts coupe??????

Please please help as I'm dying to lower mine but am struggling to find a picture of a none vts at the height I'd like

Thanks in advance
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 CamM (13 Feb 2014 : 04:55)
wozza   
Tue Feb 11 2014, 11:27am

Member No: #2
Joined: Aug 12 2006
Location: Manchester
60mm maybe 70mm on a non VTS.

Got to remember cams is on the same coilovers as mine so can be raised lowered. Mine started off higher than it is now at the rear and I lifted the front of mine a while ago.

Just takes about an hour and you can dial in the height however you want.
hill_bill10   
Tue Feb 11 2014, 12:25pm
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Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
got to remember tho that, thats on coilovers which cost around £600+

this look doesnt come cheap haha
CamM   
Thu Feb 13 2014, 05:06am

Member No: #19249
Joined: Apr 13 2011
Location: Sydney
Ric-A wrote ...

This sits absolutely perfect! It's exactly as I'd like my 1.6 loeb to sit!!

Appreciate the compliment
Ric-A   
Sun Apr 27 2014, 04:08am
Member No: #30795
Joined: May 20 2013
Location: Wymondham
I just thought I add a pic of my loeb that's been lowered 45mm at the front and 35mm at the back. I spent hours trying to find a pic of a none vts loeb with standard wheels that had been lowered 45/35 and had no such luck so I hope this saves others the effort.

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