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New to thread. Have a 2017 s3 lowered neuspeed springs. Saw that you can re program car for correct ride height, but apparently it has to be programmed in a sequence. Anyone familiar? Thank you
 
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i did see some post on a forum but no real details. mainly if you measure from center of hub to bottom of wheel well you can enter the number thru computer odb and it makes ride much smoother. i have neuspeed lowering springs and its quite firm. thx for response
 

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hey, sup man.

just to be clear, unless im off base, your saying that you want to re-calibrate the suspension on your car after you have installed lowering springs?

do you have mag-ride?
if you do have this, goto your dealership and have them do the calibration. some may not know about this so call around first. not sure the cost either. dealers have the correct tools that i know of. im not sure about vcds. last i checked it didnt do it.
 
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I've never heard this before. Any pictures of the results?
if you have mag-ride, you can and should get the car's computer suspension module (mag-ride module) to recenter its "0" point (when ever changing springs). if its above or below a little the mag system will either add a lot or a little resistance / or activate or deactivate (not sure which one these system uses) till you get back to center while driving. the feeling will be "weird" if the system doesnt know its now sitting on the wrong level.
 

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