As long as you get an aluminum skid plate you should be fine with a lower/stiffer suspension.
A decent amount of the issues people have with busting their oil pans is from worn out suspensions that compress way too much.
But like I said, an aluminum skid plate mounted solidly to the car is, in my opinion, mandatory on a MKIV no matter what suspension or ride height you have, solely based on the fact that the oil pan is the lowest part of the car.
We are not all the sameI've heard and HAD sump damage with "normal" suspension. I can't imagine having any stupid desire to do such.
My 1.5 cents.
Was it stupid driving on your behalf that caused it ?I've heard and HAD sump damage with "normal" suspension. I can't imagine having any stupid desire to do such.
My 1.5 cents.
Thank you so much for this information, I never thought of it like thatThough there is a difference in the ride height between the two models (TDI vs R) the advantages of the R suspension from the factory come more from the better geometry because of;
different control arms,
different sway bar
and the sway bar mounts onto the strut
with different springs on the R32/TT front-end setup you could even have all of the advantages of the r32 suspension and a slightly lifted car
Ho after the one who done the belittling first, your an a hole supporting a bully.Why do some people think it’s necessary to verbally belittle someone will ask a question if you can’t say something nice keep your mouth shut or your keyboard, being an a-hole, doesn’t help anything