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Meister R on Mk3

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Meister R on Mk3

Postby TCat » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:46 am

Thinking that the forum lacking Mk3 odds n sods I thought I'd ask the question whether anyone has had dealing of Meister R Zeta S :drool: on a Mk3.........I know a few are going to come back at me with the Mk1 experiences but I am looking for anyone that has fitted them to a Mk3 and used them day to day.
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Re: Meister R on Mk3

Postby Speedy » Wed Feb 26, 2014 9:29 am

TCat wrote: I know a few are going to come back at me with the Mk1 experiences but I am looking for anyone that has fitted them to a Mk3 and used them day to day.


Wayne as you know has just fitted a set to my Black un, I am looking forward to comparing them to my previous set up to just see what the difference will be. She did handle really well before maybe a bit of pitch and yaw occasionally they weren't rock hard either. Hopefully in a couple of weeks I can come back on here and say Yeh they are working for me in a Mk1 so should be good or great for you on a Mk3. :-)

Why the need to change from the Sport Bilstein set up with Eibach lowering springs :confusion-confused:
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Re: Meister R on Mk3

Postby TCat » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:22 pm

I can appreciate that Ian but before I part with nigh on £800 I'd like to get some Mk3 feedback :-)
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Re: Meister R on Mk3

Postby TCat » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:26 pm

Speedy wrote:
TCat wrote: Why the need to change from the Sport Bilstein set up with Eibach lowering springs :confusion-confused:


Maybe because everyone else goes the Eibach route :obscene-buttsway:
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Re: Meister R on Mk3

Postby Roddisons » Sat Jul 05, 2014 9:39 pm

We fit them on a weekly basis.
My race car has them fitted also.....
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Re: Meister R on Mk3

Postby ElliottW » Thu Sep 03, 2015 7:06 pm

I know this post has pretty much died but I thought I'd resurrect it as I wanted to have an opinion on the Meister R before I had them fitted (I had them fitted anyway) and there wasn't really a proper opinion on them. So now I have them I thought I'd give mine :D

I went for the Zeta S on my 3.5, which are the softer, more road friendly option and they are brilliant! The car looks awesome and it is even more fun to drive! I do long journeys between Manchester and Cornwall quite frequently and the car isn't uncomfortable and I can last the 370 miles no problem. There is a little bit of crashiness when going over pot holes, but they are coilovers so what else would you expect? They are a little expensive but in my opinion they are so worth it!

So this is for anyone debating whether to go for the Meister Rs on there Mk3/3.5, DO IT!!!

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Re: Meister R on Mk3

Postby Mazda Mender » Wed Sep 09, 2015 6:59 am

ElliottW wrote:I know this post has pretty much died but I thought I'd resurrect it as I wanted to have an opinion on the Meister R before I had them fitted (I had them fitted anyway) and there wasn't really a proper opinion on them. So now I have them I thought I'd give mine :D

I went for the Zeta S on my 3.5, which are the softer, more road friendly option and they are brilliant! The car looks awesome and it is even more fun to drive! I do long journeys between Manchester and Cornwall quite frequently and the car isn't uncomfortable and I can last the 370 miles no problem. There is a little bit of crashiness when going over pot holes, but they are coilovers so what else would you expect? They are a little expensive but in my opinion they are so worth it!

So this is for anyone debating whether to go for the Meister Rs on there Mk3/3.5, DO IT!!!

Elliott


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