Vogtland Junior Cup kit - Mk3 Golf / Jetta 2.0 8v - 1993 to 6.1996 - 60mm lowering
Lowers 60mm (2.4") all around. For all large top Mk3 8v cars. 1993 to 6.1996.
The VOGTLAND - Junior Kit is a competitively priced sport suspension kit for the price conscious consumer but without passing on the VOGTLAND- quality. It is made of high class and shortened rebound shock absorbers -made in Europe- with more aggressive damper characteristics and the established VOGTLAND lowering springs.
Designed and made in Germany, performance tested for all U.S. applications, Vogtland sport spring kits offer the quality and performance for the most discriminating automotive enthusiast. Vogtland engineers taylor each spring kit for each application, balancing between ride and handling characteristics, as well as providing an aggressive appearance while allowing for proper suspension geometry. Sport dampers are recommended for the best performance.
Vogtland uses a compound rate on most applications to achieve an excellent balance of performance and ride. Vogland VVS spring technology minimized unsprung weight and ensures a long-lasting and consistent performance over the life of the spring.
All Vogtland spring kits are designed and manufactured in Germany. A limited 10-year warranty covers the springs against defects in workmanship and regular failure. Racing use, accident damage or damage from improper install is not covered. Please click or tap here to view Vogtland's warranty.
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Why new strut bearings?
NGP Racing offers (and recommends) replacement strut bearings for all VW and Audi vehicles that use them. Many people may not be familiar with what a strut bearing is or why they need to be replaced, so we've come up with this brief tutorial on what they are, and why it is wise to replace them when installing your new suspension...
A strut bearing is used at the top of all front (not rear) strut type suspensions. The strut, as an integral part of the front suspension assembly, must be able to turn freely as you turn the wheel left to right. The strut bearing is what allows this to happen. The strut bearing is typically comprised of two parts, the bearing and the bushing. On more modern cars these are two separate pieces, on older cars they are joined together. Being at the front of the car, these parts take a beating on every bump, dip and pot-hole that you hit. The bearings can become damaged and will bind / pop and make noise, as well as allow for play at the top of the strut. The rubber bushing will gradually become compressed and will no longer properly cushion the assembly in the strut tower. All of this adds up to a rougher ride, poor handling and increased tire wear due to changing alignment, and overall poor performance.
Installing new strut bearings will allow the car to be aligned properly, and will ensure you get the handling you desire with your new sport suspension. They are sold by the pair, and they require no extra labor when installing them with a new suspension.