2006-2015 Audi Q7 BC Racing Coilovers - BR Type

Brand: BC Racing

Part number: S-18-BR

BC Coilovers BR Type for the 2006-2015 Audi Q7

Part number:S-18-BR

The Audi Q7 BC Coilover is perfect for street driving and weekend track duty. Each set of BC coilovers were designed with easily accessible adjustment knobs for fine tuning your dampening separate of ride height, BC racing makes having a performance coilover system easy and affordable.

The BR model allows you choose how low or high you want your vehicle, there is no preset ride height, BC Racing's patented concave lower locking rings keep it locked in. The Audi Q7 BC Racing coilover system comes with pillowball mounts to provide the most feedback possible from your suspension and to sharpen your steering response. BC's available front and rear camber plates also allow you to get the perfect alignment without compromise ride height. All this while providing a high quality, feature packed, attractive looking coilover system at a very affordable price.


  • Mono-tube shock design
  • 30 levels of damping force adjustment, adjust compression/rebound
  • Pillowball mounts and adjustable camber plates included (where applicable)
  • Separate full length height adjustable
  • One year warranty
  • Rebuildable

Spring Rates: 18K Front, 10K Rear

Custom spring rates are available. You can request custom spring rates by entering the rates you want in the special instructions box after clicking add to cart. Spring rates up to 18K are available in BC Springs. Rates higher then 18K will require Swift spring upgrade.

All extreme low kits, swift springs, and custom rates are considered custom builds and will have a lead time of 2-3 weeks before shipping.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Anthony F. (Phoenix, US)
BC Racing Coilovers for my '13 Audi Q7

Was really hoping for more than a 2" drop since specs say as low as 3-4" but any lower and correct alignment was not possible. Would have likely went a less expensive route if I knew the outcome ahead. They do ride nice and hopefully we can eventually find adjustable rear arms to get lower and get properly aligned.