Whiteline Lowering Spring Kit | 2015-2018 VW Golf MK7 GTI (WSK-VWN005)
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VW Golf Mk7 GTI Lowering Spring Kit by Whiteline
The Whiteline VW Golf MK7 GTI/GTD Lowering Spring Kit (2015-2017) delivers improved vehicle performance while maintaining safety and ride quality characteristics.
By lowering the vehicle’s center of gravity the unique and progressive rate coil design not only improves performance but enhances overall appearance. Developed and manufactured in Europe from the highest quality materials, coating and to the finest tolerances the Whiteline VW Golf MK7 GTI/GTD Lowering Spring Kit (2015-2017) guarantees exact fitment. The Whiteline VW Golf MK7 GTI/GTD Lowering Spring Kit (2015-2017) is engineered for optimal balance with OEM and aftermarket shocks. For the ultimate in grip activation pair these lowering springs with Whiteline Sway Bar Kits and Essentials Kits. Activate more grip for both the road and track today.
- Progressive rate coil for enhanced performance
- Engineered for superior fit and performance with OEM shocks
- Manufactured in Europe from the highest quality material
- Signature silver powder coating
- Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
- 2015 - 2018 Volkswagen Golf Mk7 GTI
- Front Lowering Height: 30mm
- Rear Lowering Height: 35mm
- Front Spring Rate: 236 in/lbs
- Rear Spring Rate: 246 in/lbs
What's In The Box?
- 2 - Front Lowering Springs
- 2 - Rear Lowering Springs
- Manufacturer Standard Warranty
I've had these springs on for over a year now and I can say they're a great deal. They've held up to multiple track events and give a modest drop.
Installed the Whiteline springs on my 2016 GTI Autobahn about 10 days ago and have put about 300 miles on the car since then.
The drop looks SERIOUSLY good and the ride IMO is at least as comfortable as stock.
Haven't had the opportunity to really push the limits so far, but I expect these progressive rate springs will do fine there too.
What drew me to use the Whitelines from among so many other choices was the fact these springs are engineered to work well with the STOCK shocks.
What I'm experiencing bears this out. Did some research on Whiteline and found that while they aren't, at this time, very well known here in the U.S., they are a
well respected presence in Australia, Europe and many other locals.
I've NO problem recommending these springs - particularly for those wanting to lower their GTI while retaining their stock shocks.