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  •   Tom Willcox reacted to this post about 1 year ago
    MTM S1 QST's 350bhp uber hot hatch

    / Words Davy Lewis / Photography Aron Vickers / FIRECRACKER
    This 365hp, Misano red S1 not only packs a serious punch, but it’s great fun to drive, too.

    S1 QS Tuning’s 360hp monster

    QS Tuning are one of the UK’s original Audi performance specialists. Set up by Kim Collins over 20 years ago, they have carved an enviable reputation for building a wide range of fast Audis, from original quattros, through to the very latest S and RS models. We’ve featured several of QST’s demo cars including a supercharged RS5 and the latest RS3 (their RS7 will be coming soon). But there’s more to these guys than high-end V8-powered Audis. Like this little S1, for example...

    Let’s get one thing straight from the off – the Audi S1 quattro is a fantastic car. Small, nimble and powered by a potent 2.0 TFSI (the same lump that’s in the S3), it’s a genuinely fun car to drive. Part of the appeal has to be that sweet, six-speed manual gearbox, which helps to lend this modern day Audi a distinctly old-school, hot hatch feel. Don’t get me wrong though – this is still a very refined and well-developed car, but it has a character all of its own. I’ve driven a few of these now and every time – weather stock or tuned – I always return with a smile on my face.

    One thing the S1 has is huge potential. Which is exactly what QST’s Alex Collins set out to prove with his own car.

    As the UK’s main dealer for MTM, the S1 was always going to feature some high-end German upgrades. But rather than fit the well-respected M-Cantronic unit (which effectively piggy-backs the ECU), Alex wanted to show that MTM also do re-mapping. So he organised a road trip over to Germany to allow them to develop their Stage 2 software for his car. “We had great fun on the drive over,” says Alex, “we managed 163mph, three-up, with luggage on the autobahn.” As the S1 already had some hardware upgrades – a Wagner intercooler, uprated inlet and full Scorpion exhaust with custom back section – it was ready for some Stage 2 calibration. The MTM crew spent a long time mapping the S1 and the final numbers are pretty impressive – 365hp and 480Nm.

    Back in the UK, on a short test drive around the Wiltshire countryside, I have to say this S1 feels very lively indeed. The power is delivered with a real punch and second-gear acceleration is pretty ferocious. Nail the throttle and there’s a snarl from the custom Scorpion exhaust as the quattro drive does its thing and the little hatch fires itself up the road. You need to be quick with the gears (it’s a manual remember) but before you know it, you’re making very rapid progress. Soon, we’re hard on the brakes approaching a roundabout, and the bright yellow TT RS stoppers do an admirable job of scrubbing off speed. The fact that every stab of the throttle is accompanied by a crescendo of noise from the exhaust only adds to the sense that you’re driving something rather special. It may be a tad too loud for some, but there’s no doubt that at full chat, it sounds plain evil.

    You may be surprised to learn that a stock clutch is still being used, although for how long, no one knows. Factory S1 units are known to give up, even on unmodified examples, so it seems like this is on borrowed time. When it does go, it’ll be replaced with something far more able to stand up to spirited launches and the increased torque now available.

    The interior of this S1 is very special indeed. It may look like an Audi exclusive option, but it’s actually a bespoke retrim from Plush Automotive. The front and rear seats, plus door cards are finished in Ferrari tan leather, which gives the cabin a supercar feel.

    The exterior of this fiery little S1 has been kept nice and OEM. The Misano red paint has been lovingly prepared and radiates a deep, glossy shine. Some discreet MTM badges hint that this may be more than a stock car, and of course the large, yellow TT RS calipers are easy to spot, tucked behind the MTM alloys.

    Since the photoshoot, Alex has decided that air-ride is not really for him. As this car gets driven hard, he’ll soon be swapping the bags for a set of high-end coilovers. He also has new wheels and is looking at bigger turbos. Watch this space....

    Above: S1 maybe small but it packs a real punch.
    Below: Plush Automotive interior is stunning in Ferrari tan leather.
    Above: MTM alloys and TT RS brakes.
    Above: TT RS brakes feature custom carriers.
    Above: Scorpion exhaust.
    Right: Love a bit of light painting.


    “The power just builds and it keeps pulling until the redline”
    “I had 163mph with three up and luggage on the autobahn...”

    TECHNICAL DATA SPECIFICATION / #Audi-S1-Quattro / #Audi-A1-Quattro / #Audi-A1 / #Audi-S1 / #Audi-S1-Quattro-MTM / #MTM / #Audi / #Audi-S1-Quattro-QS-Tuning / #QS-Tuning / #Audi-S1-QS-Tuning / #Audi-A1-Type-8X / #Audi-A1-8X / #Audi-S1-Type-8X / #Audi-8X

    Engine 2.0 TFSI, #MTM-Stage-2 re-map, #Wagner front mount intercooler, #MK-Performance intake pipe, #ITG filter, #Scorpion de-cat exhaust with custom rear section

    Power 365hp and 480Nm (tested on MTM’s dyno)

    Transmission 6-speed manual, stock clutch (for now!)

    Brakes TT RS front brakes with Ferrari yellow calipers, custom carriers, re-drilled to 5x100

    Suspension HP Drivetech with Bilstein struts, Air Lift Performance management

    Wheels 8x18in MTM alloys with 225/35 Bridgestone Potenza

    Interior Full re-rim in Ferrari tan leather, #Recaro CS front seats, charcoal Alcantara seat backs, parcel shelf and door cars matched, S1 quattro gearknob

    Exterior 3-door S1 quattro in Misano red, black pillars, MTM badges

    Contacts & thanks Kim, Mike and Simon at QS Tuning, Luke and the crew at Plush Automotive, everyone at MTM
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  •   Davy Lewis reacted to this post about 3 years ago
    MAXIMUM ATTACK! KW’s S1 Clubsport takes on the Nürburgring / #Audi-A1 / #Audi-S1 / #Audi /
    COVER STORY KW’s S1 Clubsport at the #Nürburgring


    CLUB CLASSIC Words Davy Lewis Photography Mark Riccioni

    KW Automotive tuned this 2015 #Audi-S1-Quattro to show what can be achieved with their track day-focused Clubsport coilover system.

    The #Nürburgring #Nordschleife is an unforgiving beast. Over 13 miles of unforgiving tarmac that snakes its way through the verdant Eifel forest; it really does take no prisoners. A lap that begins in sunlight may turn to rain, fog or even snow by the time you’re halfway around. It is not a place for the faint-hearted. But therein lies its appeal.

    The very nature of this ultimate ‘toll road’ means it attracts many thousands of visitors. From seasoned drivers keen to enjoy every twist and turn as they chase a Bridge to Gantry time; to beginners taking it steady, happy just to be at this legendary circuit; its appeal is enduring.

    The brutal nature of the Nordschleife means that is has become the place to test cars. It’s not surprising, then, that manufacturers queue up to test their top secret new models here. You can see the heavily disguised mules being flung around by expert test drivers – if a car can perform well in this hostile environment, it will perform well anywhere.

    It’s for this very reason that KW Automotive, one of the world’s most respected suspension manufacturers has a base here. Consequently, the UK arm of the business run by MD, Richard Good, spends a lot of time out here. So when their latest project S1 needed a full shakedown, the KW team headed to the Ring.

    The car itself was purchased with a plan already in mind. “We wanted something to showcase the KW Clubsport range of coilovers,” says MD, Richard. “We’ve shown what our Variant 2 and 3 kits can do, but not really pushed the Clubsport range,” he adds. “Part of the challenge is making people aware of the differences between V3 and Clubsport. If you buy an S3 for example, a lot of people want to add some power, an exhaust and lower it. They want something that’s good for daily use and the occasional track outing. The Variant 3 is perfect for this,” he continues. “But, as soon as you get more serious; take out some weight; add semi-slicks etc, the Variant 3 is a bit soft.”

    After two years adapting Variant 3 kits for those that wanted firmer spring rates for track days, KW decided to create the Clubsport solution – specifically tailored to the track enthusiast who demands more. The challenge was getting the message across that the Clubsport kit is a more track-focused solution, but not at the expense of on-road comfort. And so project S1 was born.

    “We thought about a Porsche,” smiles Richard, “but they’re fast out of the box, so by adding our suspension, we’d just be making a fast car even faster.” The Audi on the other hand offered something else. “The S1 is okay in stock form but, for me, it’s a little boring,” admits Richard. Not to say that the baby quattro is a bad car. Far from it. I’ve driven several, including Revo’s 340bhp tuned example and it’s one of the most fun Audis I’ve ever driven. But, there’s the point – it’s been tuned. In standard trim they are a little safe; there’s so much more to be had.

    “We wanted to make the S1 more aggressive,” states Richard. If it was to showcase the Clubsport coilovers, it had to have the full Clubsport package in the same vein as the mighty Porsche GT3 RS – that meant bucket seats, a half-cage and, of course, semi-slicks. With a virgin white S1 quattro delivered, work began on upgrading it.

    As you’d expect, the first thing to do was get it to KW’s local track, Brands Hatch, to give it a shakedown. After all, it’s hard to measure improvement if you don’t have a stock car to compare it with. KW’s resident test driver, Marc Kemp, was drafted in to put the little Audi through its paces. As a professional instructor and Time Attack driver, he’s also a Ring veteran with well over 1000 laps under his belt. It’s safe to say the man can pedal a bit.


    Unsurprisingly for a stock road car, the limits were soon reached and it was clear that huge improvements could be made with suspension upgrades (a tendency to under steer and a lack of willingness to turn in being the main issues.)

    The S1 was rolled into KW’s workshop to have the Clubsport kit fitted up. The coilovers are fully adjustable for height, plus bump and rebound, and can be spec’d with adjustable top mounts for that extra fine tuning of the suspension geometry – essential to create a capable track car. This would allow the toe and castor to be tweaked for that crisp and predictable turn in.

    “With the first test Clubsport kit fitted, I thought it felt great,” comments Richard, but test driver Marc spotted a couple of flaws at Brands Hatch. “Coming into a dip, the rear springs compressed so much that the rear wheel was in the arch – it wasn’t stiff enough under extreme conditions.” KW decided they needed to find a better balance. “We also found that if the rear end squats to a certain point, it trips a sensor and the ECU puts the car into limp mode – not what you want on track!” he laughs. “It’s things like this that you can only find out by testing things properly on track.” With a list of improvements noted, Richard, Marc and the team headed out to the Nürburgring. The first stop was KW’s partners, Raeder Motorsport. Here technician, Christoph, was tasked with carrying out the adjustments they wanted, which included firmer front and rear spring rates, plus adjustments to the toe, castor and a full corner weight set-up. All of this took a full day; then it was time to test it on track.

    With over 1000 laps behind him, Marc Kemp knows every inch of the Nordschleife and he wasted no time in putting the S1 through it paces. “We joined an RMA track day,” recalls Richard, “it was full of high-end cars with well-heeled owners, and they were all amazed by the little Audi,” he smiles. “We had people coming over to say how impressed they were and wanting to find out what we’d done to the suspension.” The fact Marc was able to leave cars with much more power behind in the turns, demonstrated how well set up it had been. “They caught up with us on the straights, but once into the turns, we could brake later and turn in much harder; leaving them behind again.”

    The revisions that had been suggested at Brands Hatch had now been fully proven on the most demanding track in the world. Of course, with the suspension set-up nailed, the rest of the car couldn’t be left stock. Cobra supplied a bespoke set of their latest seats, complete with KW logos and custom sub frames, to get them sitting nice and low (when your test driver is 6ft 5in, things like this matter!) The rear seats have been trimmed to match and Cobra went the extra mile by treating the gear and hand brake gaiters, together with the door cards to Alcantara with contrasting red stitching. It really does look like an OEM factory special. The final interior touch is a half-roll cage. It was designed and fitted by German company, Wiechers, who specialise in prototype cars; in fact they built the roll cage fitted to Audi’s very own TT Clubsport Turbo (featured in AT issue 006). It uses the seatbelt mounting points to create a truly bolt-in affair that can be easily removed. Although this S1 is very much about showcasing what can be achieved with the Clubsport suspension, there was no way the engine was going to be left stock. The 2.0 TFSI unit kicks out a healthy 228bhp from standard, but there’s a lot more to be had with some simple upgrades.

    Revo were chosen to supply a custom map, and there’s a full Scorpion exhaust fitted. The turbo back exhaust includes a sports cat and some purposeful looking quad oval tailpipes. Together with a Revo carbon air intake, power is around 320bhp with over 360lb/ ft of torque. That may not sound huge, but bear in mind this is in an extremely well set-up car. The engine and chassis upgrades combine to create a devastatingly capable package on the road or on track days. As race instructor Marc Kemp says, “I was very surprised; I didn’t expect it to do what it did. You [Richard] must be very pleased with that.”


    And there we have it. KW’s S1 quattro Clubsport is a little monster. Look out for it at track events this year and see it at our new indoor event, #VAG Tuner Expo on 25 October.

    KW’S PARTNERS KW would like to say a big thank you to all their industry partners that helped to create this project: Cobra www.cobraseats.co.uk Revo www.revotechnik.com HEL www.helperformance.com Toyo www.toyo.co.uk Scorpion www.scorpion-exhausts.com Wiechers www.wiechers-sport.de Raeder Motorsport www.raeder-motorsport.de OZ Wheels www.ozracing.co.uk RMA Track Days www.rmatrackdays.com

    Above: Test driver Marc Kemp rocking some cool shades..

    SPECIFICATION #2015 #Audi-S1-Quattro-Clubsport

    Engine 2.0 TFSI, Revo custom ECU software, #Scorpion turbo back exhaust system with quad oval tailpipes and sports cat, #Revo carbon fibre intake
    Power 320bhp and 360lb/ft
    Transmission 6-speed manual, stock clutch (for now)
    Brakes OEM discs with Pagid RS Yellow pads, HEL lines, Castrol race fluid
    Suspension #KW-Clubsport coilovers with adjustable top mounts, geometry fully setup and corner weighted by #Raeder-Motorsport
    Wheels and Tyres White #OZ multi-spoke alloys in 8x17in with Toyo R888 semi-slick tyres
    Exterior 3-door Audi S1 quattro in Ibis white with #KW logos
    Interior Bespoke Cobra bucket seats with harnesses, rear seats trimmed to match, Wiechers custom half roll cage, Alcantara door cards and gear/handbrake gaiters with red stitching
    Tuning contacts KW Automotive www.kwautomotive.co.uk
    Thanks to Ben and Mark at SceneMedia for all their help with the feature


    KW CLUBSPORT

    KW Clubsport coilovers have been designed to offer race car technology for the road and track day use. Think of the Variant 3 for the average guy with a mildly tuned Audi and Clubsport for someone that intends to drive harder and use their car more on track; but the Clubsport package still offers comfort and compliance for the road. There are a multitude of settings and adjustments available with the 2-way Clubsport – 16 clicks of rebound and 12 clicks of bump, so the perfect set up can be achieved according to your driving style. If you’re reducing the weight or adding different wheels and tyres, it allows a bespoke set up to be achieved. Adjustable top mounts are available for even more fine tuning of the castor and camber (dependant on model) to dial in that turn in. KW Clubsport is a very well made and easy to adjust system.

    Far left: The KW test base left: Marc Kemp puts the S1 through it paces

    THE NÜRBURGRING

    The Ring is the most infamous track on earth. This 13+mile test of car and driver is unique in that it’s the longest circuit in the world, as well as technically a public toll road. You pay your entrance fee, then off you go for your lap.

    The ageing surface and undulating geography is key to its character. Unlike glass-smooth modern race tracks, the Ring can and does catch people out. It’s for this reason that companies such as KW have test bases here, to put their products through rigorous testing. If something performs well here, it’ll perform well anywhere.

    “We wanted to make the S1 more aggressive”
    ‏ — at Nordschleife, 68642 Bürstadt, Germany
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  •   Davy Lewis reacted to this post about 3 years ago
    BOX OF TRICKS #Audi-A1 / #Audi


    Kieran Collick fell in love with the show-stopping Audis he saw rolling low out of Plush Automotive, so he commissioned the guys to go all-out on his A1. Words: Neil Hunt / Photos: Matt Woods

    You might be a bit jealous of Kieran for how he came to create his awesome slammed A1. While most of us dream of walking into a main dealer and choosing our next project, for Kieran that was a dream come true, as he told us: “I’d come from a Fiat 500 Abarth and a supercharged Mini Cooper, so my big project was always going to be New Age. I never could have dreamed it’d work out as well as it did, though. I’d decided on the A1 because it just looks so fresh and I hadn’t seen any done the way I wanted. In fact, I hadn’t seen many modified at all. And if I was getting an A1, I wanted to make it individual to me. It had to be a car I could use every day so at first I thought that would mean I couldn’t go too far – until I had my first conversation with Luke Massy, owner of Plush Automotive, that is!”


    If he wasn’t such a cool guy, we’d be hatin’ on Kieran right now. How many of us could hope for something this cool at 19? Seriously, where are we going wrong? Kieran continued with a cheeky smile: “I remember it was September 2013 and I fell in love with this A1 straight away. It was absolutely mint, being only two years old, and was a proper one-owner-car. I knew that being this clean and straight I wouldn’t have to worry about a respray or even any repairs to tidy it up. That soon quickly changed, though, but I’ll tell you about that in a minute. It was the perfect blank canvas because I could just get straight on with modifying it.”


    Kieran had already planned the start of the project before collecting his keys from Swansea Audi: “I’d already decided that, for me anyway, the king of the best stanced projects in the UK was Plush Automotive up in Leicester. I’d fallen in love with so many cool cars from there that subconsciously it was a massive influence on the look I wanted for the A1. I booked the car in with it immediately for an air-ride system as it was a joke how high the standard suspension was.” And that was the start of what you see now, the first of many trips to Plush.


    On that first visit Luke expertly guided Kieran down the route of 18” rims rather than 19s. While the temptation was to go for bigger rims, Luke told Kieran that to get the stance he wanted, he’d be better off with wider 18s to fill the arches when the body was slammed. Another favourite of Luke’s was a must for Kieran’s project, too. “Luke advised I looked at fitting Accuair E-Level to control the AirREX struts and to keep the ride quality there for dayto- day driving,” said Kieran. “I wanted the car to be completely useable and I needed to be able to carry people around in it without faffing around with pressing buttons and changing settings. E-Level is brilliant because it just does it all for you.”


    Instead of taking the easy route with a set of ‘normal’ width 18s, Luke and Kieran decided that for a mean stance the WatercooledIND SA07 rims would have to be in extra large widths. Up front they measure an impressive 9.5”-wide – enough to push the limits of most cars’ rear arches, never mind the fronts! Even more impressive are the rears, which measure a staggering 10.5” across. It quickly became apparent that these rims needed wider arches but true to the stanced vision Kieran had, he knew the only true way was to take the massive step to fully custom arches; he just couldn’t bring himself to ‘cheat’ with a body kit. This meant painting the four corners of the car and then blending the colour into the doors so it would all look factory finish. What had started as a simple air install had already snowballed into a second and then possibly a third road trip from Swansea to Leicester.

    But with all these plans for major body surgery, Kieran soon realised that, if left standard, the inside of the A1 was going to let the side down. The reason he’d chosen Luke and his team to carry out the work was because so many cool Audis from the Plush stable – including Luke’s own RS4 DRIVE-MY cover star – all wore the Plush signature features, and he wanted his A1 to be no different. The air-ride had to be an install built around a high-end audio system rather than just ‘fitted’. Wheel choice was critical to get the stance Kieran craved. And now, just like the other beautiful Plush RS Audis, his A1 was quickly heading the same way. “Put it this way: it didn’t take much arm twisting for Luke to persuade me that a leather and Alcantara retrim centred around Recaro CS seats and an audio build had to be the next move,” Kieran said. “And before I knew it, I was planning interior retrim colours to work with the red bodywork!”


    Cleverly, Luke has used leather trim to give the Audi a full makeover without replacing anything more than just the front seats. By trimming the factory steering wheel rim, headlining and centre console he has transformed the dash area, and completed the interior makeover after the boot install and doorcards got the same leather treatment. The boot install panels are trimmed in the same grey Alcantara as the back of the Recaros and the air tanks have been painted to match. It all oozes quality and is typical Plush, where everything is thought-out as an overall package. Even the sun visors and parcel shelf were trimmed.

    With the monster 18s now tucking nicely under the new custom arches, the final signature Plush touch was about to be added, as Kieran explained: “God knows how, but somehow I found myself ‘needing’ bigger brakes even though there wasn’t really anything wrong with the factory setup! I just couldn’t help looking at cars like Luke’s RS4 and Shipsy’s RS6 and wanting to really fill my new bigger rims.

    Obviously they weren’t essential but the more I looked at other Plush projects, the more I knew I just couldn’t live without a decent Tarox setup front and rear. Once again the sat nav was set for Leicester…”


    So with every feature box finally ticked off, Kieran’s A1 was up there with the best Audis turned out from the Plush stable. As soon as it was built, Kieran couldn’t praise the end result enough: “I had a vision in my mind a year ago of what I hoped the A1 would look like. Thanks to Luke and his team it easily looks twice as good as I dreamed it could have. That final drive back from Leicester was so cool knowing just how good the car looked. I’ve met some amazing new friends along the way and I just couldn’t have imagined I’d have gone this far in only a year.”

    But by attracting attention with his finished result, Kieran was soon made an offer way too good to turn down and the A1 now has a new owner. There is some good news, though. “The only way I was prepared to sell the A1 was if I could replace it with another Audi,” Kieran grinned. “You’re going to be even more jealous now but I sold the car to make way for a brandnew RS3. After spending years longing for a Plush RS Audi, the chance came up to finally go for it. Now I can really belong because I’ve got the performance to match the looks…”

    Yes, you’ve guessed it; as soon as he got his hands on the RS3 Kieran was on the phone to Luke and his new car is already running air-ride! We can see where this is heading. Watch this space. Check back in about a year or so; we reckon there’ll be a slammed RS3 with all the Plush touches coming to these pages!

    Dub Details

    ENGINE: 1.2-litre #TFSI remapped to 120bhp.

    CHASSIS: Watercooled Industries #SA07 wheels: 9.5x18” front and 10.5x18” rear, #Tar-Ox upgraded discs and pads front and rear, #AirREX air suspension struts with twin air tanks in chrome hardlined boot build, #AccuAir-E-Level management.

    EXTERIOR: Factory bodywork with custom wider front and rear arches.

    INTERIOR: #Recaro CS front seats retrimmed in tan leather with doorcards, centre console, steering wheel and parcel shelf trimmed to match, boot install and headlining/sun visors trimmed in grey Alcantara.

    SHOUT: Luke and the team at Plush Automotive

    Despite the incredible transformation, other than the Recaro CS seats, the only thing to be added was lashings of leather and Alcantara. Even the steering wheel is original, just now coated in rather bright hide.

    Luke convinced Kieran to opt for 18s rather than 19s and instead focus on filling the custom arches with WatercooledIND goodness.

    Air-ride and audio install is, as you’d expect from Plush Automotive, a work of art. How Luke and his team come up with so many original ideas is beyond us? Amazing!
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  •   Davy Lewis reacted to this post about 3 years ago
    AirREX #UK Audi A1/S1 high-performance air suspension kit / #Audi-A1 / #Audi-S1 / #Audi / #Audi-A1-AirREX / #2016 / #AirREX /

    AirREX now has a fully comprehensive and fully reversible air-suspension kit for almost all variants of the Audi A1 and S1.

    This new kit offers a near ‘plug and play’ fitment for enthusiasts who want a fully adjustable air-ride kit, without the usual hassles that go with custom installs. Ideal for UK roads, these kits are tough, reliable and durable – offering great ride quality with the ability to change the ride height at will.

    As with all AirREX digital air management systems, the Audi A1/S1 kit is supplied fully assembled and leak-tested from the factory, saving up to 10 hours installation time compared to rival systems. All the primary control components – valve block, compressor, air tank and purge valve – are contained in a composite wood casing with a smoked acrylic window. Once this case has been secured in position, two simple electrical connections (power and earth) and four ‘plug and play’ plumbing connections (one to each air spring) complete the installation, which can be completed in just one full working day compared to several for a custom build. The AirREX system is fully digital, wireless in operation and minutely adjustable from an intuitive, hand-held commander unit, with each corner controlled either individually, in pairs, or collectively. Ride heights can be configured at pre-set levels to allow for perfect geometry to be achieved, while precise air spring pressures can be monitored from the commander unit’s backlit TFT LCD screen.

    The electronic stability of AirREX systems is evidenced by the use of 20A fuses within the power feed – half that normally found in competitor systems – which means that AirREX systems are less likely to overload the electronics of the host vehicle.

    In addition to minute ride-height adjustment, the well-engineered AirREX struts offer adjustable damping force for precise control of handling and ride quality. The struts adopt double convoluted bellows and twin-ply rubber construction for improved control and strength over traditional sleeved bags.

    Priced at £3,332.50 + VAT, the AirREX kit isn’t the cheapest on the market but when you factor in the reduced labour charges compared to the vast majority of its competitors, plus the integrity of factory-assembled hardware, then the true value becomes readily apparent. Visit www.airrexuk.co.uk or call 01933 685 840 for more information.
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