H&R Sport Springs For Volkswagen ID.4 RWD
Discounted Price: $308.95
• Enhance your rear wheel drive Volkswagen ID.4 with a moderately lower ride height and superb ride quality.
• Lower center of gravity improves responsive handling, reduces body roll, and increases energy efficiency.
• Made in Germany at an ISO 9001 certified engineering facility.
• Each set includes four (4) Sport Springs.
• Usually ships the next business day. Available for international delivery.
• Fits Volkswagen ID.4 Pro and Pro S
Suspension is one of the most important factors in determining your vehicle’s day-to-day drivability. The first step in suspension tuning is to upgrade your vehicle’s stock springs. H&R Sport Springs are designed and engineered for each particular application to lower the vehicle's center of gravity and reduce body roll. These progressive springs offer the correct spring rate for low, aggressive looks, and improved performance handling. The resulting lower wind resistance signature creates a more streamlined vehicle and helps to increase energy efficiency as well.
H&R Sport Springs are high-quality products. Not only will they not set or sag, but they are also designed and manufactured to be strong, resilient, and more durable than other automotive coil springs. All H&R springs are crafted from a special (hf) 54SiCr6 spring steel to ensure premium quality and performance. H&R Springs are shot-peened to increase their life by more than 200%. All production is completed in-house so product quality is ensured. Each spring is 100% tested before leaving H&R’s ISO9001 certified production facility in Germany.
• Approximate Front Lowering: 1.4"
• Approximate Rear Lowering: 1.2"
H&R Springs and suspensions should be installed by professional suspension mechanics only. Please contact local aftermarket installers in your area who have experience with Volkswagens.
How will I know the difference between the front and rear springs?
• The front springs will be marked "VA" or "(F)".
• The rear springs will be marked "HA" or "(R)".
Which end of the spring is up?
H&R Sport Springs fit the same way that stock springs do. The shape of the spring is most important. If the spring is the same on both sides and fits the same in either direction, then it is correct to install the spring with the closer coils "up." If the spring is smaller at one end and larger at the other, then the orientation should match OEM factory-installed springs.
Are H&R Sport Springs progressive?
All H&R Sport Springs are progressive when possible for the application.
Do I need an alignment after installing the H&R Sports Springs?
Your alignment should be checked after any suspension ride height modification. Follow the guidelines in the factory service manual to ensure that alignment is as close to factory specifications as possible.
Why do the H&R part numbers on the box not match what is on the springs?
The part number on the box is the product part number. The part number on the springs is a component part number. If you would like to verify your product/component part numbers, please call H&R at (888) 827-8881. Please have the following information available: year, make, and model of the vehicle application, the product part number found on the box and the individual spring component part numbers.
If the H&R Sport Springs are red, does it mean they are race springs?
No. Color does not indicate which springs you have. The part numbers printed on the springs and/or spring box indicate whether you have a Race Spring kit or otherwise. If you are not sure which springs you have please call H&R at (888) 827-8881.
How do I know the amount the H&R Sport Springs lowered my vehicle?
You should measure your ride height before and after suspension installation. Measurements should be taken from the center of the axle (center of the wheel) to the lip of the fender. Refer to the "Lowering Measurements" section found on the H&R Technical Information (bright orange) sheet included with your H&R Sport Spring set.
Do I need to trim my bumpstops?
Not unless noted on the H&R Technical Information sheet (bright orange) or accompanying inserted sheets included with your H&R Sport Spring set.
How long does it take to receive my order?
The H&R Sport Springs usually ship within one business day from the date of order. Delivery time depends on your location relative to the warehouse, typically within two (2) days for the continental U.S.
Do the H&R Sport Springs ship internationally?
Yes, we ship this product internationally.