Designed and manufactured in Germany, the KW Clubsport 2-way Twin tube coilover kit combines KW's high-end racing technology and transfers this to the track and street. Take full potential of your sports car during track days, sports car driving clinics, enthusiast drives on Grand Prix circuits, and on tracks such as the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
The basic setup of the KW Clubsport 2-way coilover kit, which is perfectly adapted to the Nordschleife, allows you to individually adjust your sports car to the desired street-tyre setup due to the numerous setting options. The separately in rebound and compression stage adjustable dampers with their “TVR-A”- and “TVC-A”-technology allow an extensive damper setup. So it is easy to directly influence the steering behavior, the directional stability, the tire grip and handling characteristics for a safe controllability at the limit of driving dynamics.
- Kit - KW Clubsport V3 inc top mount
- Part Number - 3528080N
- Car Make - Audi
- Car Model - A3 (8V)
- Car notes - without electronic dampers
- Model Year - 05/12-
- Engine Power(KW) - 77-140
- Max Weight - F: -980 R: -990
- Lowering Front(mm) - 30-60
- Lowering Rear(mm) - 30-55
- Top Mount Adjustment - camber
Height adjustable front and rear axles (front axle threaded strut housings, rear axle adjustable springs + dampers)
For cars which have electronic dampers, make sure they are shut down. Specific electronical damper shut-downs are available from KW. Please check our accessories list
Only for cars with a clamp diameter of 55mm on the front axle
Dampers are adjusted by easily operating adjustment wheels. Rebound is only adjustable if the top of the piston rod is accessible. This will depend on the vehicle construction.
Clubsport coilover with top mount: only with front axle top mount available
- Ideally suited for track and road use
- 2-way damping adjustment
- Wide range of ride height adjustment
- Stainless steel damper body
- Manufactured in Germany
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