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#1 OFFLINE   Yossi190hp


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Posted 07 March 2020 - 08:13 PM

I was wondering if anyone have experience with Spaccer
and what is the max recommended hight for MQB?

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Posted 08 March 2020 - 08:26 AM

I'm not MQB but I have a set of 32mm spacers up front of my 2013. About the most I would go. But mine sit on top of the strut and use longer bolts to the body. I've never seen this Spaccer setup before and honestly don't feel right about it. It looks more of a hack than a proper lift. Just remember if you go up a certian height you need to change the length of your end links to the away bar, as well as alignment, as well as the bushings in tbe front control arms are now under torsional load all the time as they are set to be under neutral tension at stock height. As far as recommended. No lift or lower is recommended. It is personal preference. And if you are under any warranty still you can pretty much kiss any suspension warranty out. They will blame it on the lift. VW has now been flagging vins here anyway any vehicle with modifications. But they still have to prove the mod did the damage.
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