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Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG (W205) with H & R spring systems

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Recently updated on February 11, 2020 at 11:57 am

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG (W205) with H & R spring systems

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After the C43 AMG is in front of the C63! After the suspension professionals from H&R recently presented their sport springs for the "little C-AMG", it is now the turn of the big brother. It comes with even more performance compared to the C43 in every respect and, in the form of the C63 and C63 S, is an absolute statement to the competition. The proverbial "finishing touch" for even more dynamism and performance for the sports fanatic has now been developed by the experienced team from H&R. For the C63 AMG of the W205 series, the range now includes height-adjustable sport springs (HVF) that are carefully matched to the dampers of the AMG RideControl sport suspension. Even with the infinitely variable height adjustment, the adaptive AMG dampers are completely retained and thus combine the best of both worlds.

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG (W205) with H & R spring systems

At the front, the H&R HVF system enables variable lowering of 25 to 40 millimeters and on the rear axle, the Stuttgart-based vehicle can be lowered by 15 to 30 millimeters (Coupe VA 20–35 mm, HA 30–45 mm) if required. There is no loss of driving comfort, as this continues to be standard with the HVF system. A major advantage, however, is the fact that the vehicle's lower center of gravity ensures even more driving dynamics. The 19 inch factory rims are lower in the wheel arch, which greatly benefits the high-quality look of the C63 AMG. If you want, you can optimize the C63 AMG using "Trak +" wheel spacers made of high-tensile aluminum. The widenings ensure that the wheels are perfectly aligned with the wheel arch edges. H&R components are always 100% Made in Germany and come with the necessary parts reports.

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG (W205) with H & R spring systems

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H&R components for Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG + C63 S AMG, Type W 205 (Saloon, Station Wagon, Convertible):

  • Height adjustable sports suspension systems
    - Item number: 23002-1
    - Lowering VA: approx. 25-40 mm
    - Lowering rear axle: approx. 15-30 mm
    - RRP: 778,00 euros including 19% VAT.

H&R components for Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG + C63 S AMG, Type W 205 (Coupe):

  • Height adjustable sports suspension systems
    - Item number: 23002-2
    - Lowering VA: approx. 20-35 mm
    - Lowering rear axle: approx. 30-45 mm
    - RRP: 778,00 euros including 19% VAT.

Trak + Wheel Spacers (Limo / Estate / Cabriolet / Coupe):

  • silver or black anodized
    Widths from 6 to 30mm (Pro axis)
    RRP: from 44,00 Euro incl. 19% VAT

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