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  •   PM#1

    A4 B7 Suspension

    Ok so i have an 07 A4 turbo with the s-line suspension. I am going to purchase some wheels, but I wanted to see some pics of people with a regular A4 with the sport suspension with some larger wheels (18 or 19 inch). If you post pics please let me know what size and make the wheels, are thanks! Also does anyone notice that the front seems to be a little higher than the back with the sport suspension?

    Time to pay the fiddler whore!


  •   PM#2

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    Google "Audi Q7"

    Haha, JK.

    "Obsessed" is a word that the lazy use to describe the committed.


  •   PM#3

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    QuoteOriginally Posted by audimeisterView Post

    Google "Audi Q7"

    Haha, JK.


    LOL! Funny but true true. Stock B7's look like AllRoads. Peace

  •   PM#4

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    Have a look here http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=

    For more examples just search with the keyword being "Drop it"

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  •   PM#6

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    QuoteOriginally Posted by back2boostView Post

    Ok so i have an 07 A4 turbo with the s-line suspension. I am going to purchase some wheels, but I wanted to see some pics of people with a regular A4 with the sport suspension with some larger wheels (18 or 19 inch). If you post pics please let me know what size and make the wheels, are thanks! Also does anyone notice that the front seems to be a little higher than the back with the sport suspension?

    I have Sport suspension ( A4/T) and my front is " lower than the rearbut maybe about a " too high than i would ideally want it, yet i can't see spending $ or more for coil overs for such a small change in ride height

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  •   PM#7

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    You're forgetting the suspension upgrades don't just give you a better looking stance, but they also improve the sportiness nature of the car giving you better handling.

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  •   PM#8

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    I also have the sport suspension. Basically it's just lower springs and the front sits higher than the rear.


  •   PM#9

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by rlopezView Post

    i can't see spending $ or more for coil overs for such a small change in ride height

    Coil-overs are not the only option when lowering. You can also go with a good shock & spring combo. I lowered my non-sport almost 2" with Eibach Shocks & Springs ($ total cost;shipped). Although not adjustable, the drop is EXACTLY what I wanted, the car rides and handles great and I personally have no need to mess around with ride height in this car. IMO, the factory sport suspension is still a bit too high for large wheels, not that it looks bad just that it looks soo much better at least .5"+ lower, that and the further improved performance is well worth $ to me ;)

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  •   AM#10

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    do you think it will look good with 18's with the sport suspension?

    Time to pay the fiddler whore!


  •   AM#11

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    Of course it will look good Definetly a lot better than the non-sport suspension. If you are planning on buying wheels anyway, why not slap them on with your sport suspension and see what you thinkthen go from there

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  •   PM#12

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    QuoteOriginally Posted by gophasterView Post
    Coil-overs are not the only option when lowering. You can also go with a good shock & spring combo. I lowered my non-sport almost 2" with Eibach Shocks & Springs ($ total cost;shipped). Although not adjustable, the drop is EXACTLY what I wanted, the car rides and handles great and I personally have no need to mess around with ride height in this car. IMO, the factory sport suspension is still a bit too high for large wheels, not that it looks bad just that it looks soo much better at least .5"+ lower, that and the further improved performance is well worth $ to me ;)

    Here is mine:



    gophaster,

    you're righti have a 'sport suspension' on mine and it's about " too high; yours is the ride height i'm looking for and at $ it's worth it if you don't want to spend too much more and make your major investment in wheels instead..

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  •   PM#13

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    yeah i am most likely going to go with 18's kinda like these what do you guys think?

    http://edgeracing.com/images/wheel/fangle_zoom.jpg

    Time to pay the fiddler whore!


  •   AM#14

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    b2b,

    Go with 18" you'll get better performance out 18s" 19s are good for looks but you would need a V8 to haul that load around. 18's look good (if car is dropped at right height) and will not sacrifice your performanceI'm going with 18s for practicality sakes

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  •   AM#15

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    yeah i have the sport suspension, do you think it will look good pretty good with 18's? I like these http://edgeracing.com/images/wheel/fangle_zoom.jpg

    Time to pay the fiddler whore!


  •   PM#16

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    b2b,

    The style is a personal preference; go with what you like, but functionality, i think 18s will get you the most bang for the buck in style, performance, and looks

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  •   PM#17

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    My B7 on Vogtland Coilovers.




  •   AM#18

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    QuoteOriginally Posted by rlopezView Post

    I have Sport suspension ( A4/T) and my front is " lower than the rearbut maybe about a " too high than i would ideally want it, yet i can't see spending $ or more for coil overs for such a small change in ride height

    X2 if u got the $$ then do it, but for me spending over 1K on this car to lower it 1/2 inch is alot especially since its a lease and its going back in 2 years. But if 1k is nothing to u then by all means help our economy, God Bless U.

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  •   PM#19

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    Can't tell but which filler plate do you have?


  •   PM#20

    Re: A4 B7 Suspension

    QuoteOriginally Posted by MikekiMView Post
    My B7 on Vogtland Coilovers.



    Looks sweet, are those LM's?

    Time to pay the fiddler whore!


  •   PM#21

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    18" replicas from Hartmann on stock sport suspension.


  •   PM#22

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by back2boostView Post

    Looks sweet, are those LM's?

    x2 .. are those real LMs?
    your car is looking sweet!! what part of CA are you in?

  •   PM#23

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    Yes they are real LM's. 19x ET32
    I'm in Temecula.


  •   PM#24

    Nice whip. I just picked up a A4 (S-Line Appearance Package only unfortunately) also in Dolphin Grey three weeks ago. Only 27,XXX miles when I drove it off the lot. Found a set of 19x OEM Speedlines that are getting refinished to "color match" the same "dolphin grey" of the car. Trying to go for a look like this but our grey is a little lighter http://www.robgrand.com/a4.jpg Trying to figure out what a good choice of suspension upgrade would be that would accommodate 19x's with /35/19's

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  •   AM#26

    QuoteOriginally Posted by VergnügenView Post

    Nice whip. I just picked up a A4 (S-Line Appearance Package only unfortunately) also in Dolphin Grey three weeks ago. Only 27,XXX miles when I drove it off the lot. Found a set of 19x OEM Speedlines that are getting refinished to "color match" the same "dolphin grey" of the car. Trying to go for a look like this but our grey is a little lighter http://www.robgrand.com/a4.jpg Trying to figure out what a good choice of suspension upgrade would be that would accommodate 19x's with /35/19's

    I hear cut springs work well with that setup.

  •   AM#27

    Zombie threads all up in this biatch.

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  •   AM#28

    QuoteOriginally Posted by vbrad26View Post

    5 year old thread yes!

    Lol

  •   AM#29

    talk about reviving the deadlol

    but Vergnügen, you have alot of choices when it comes to lowering your car. Check out the new members guide, it will help you get started on many modifications.

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  •   AM#30

    B5 front spring caps to even out the .5" rake.

    don't think it was mentioned for the search noobs.

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  •   AM#31

    QuoteOriginally Posted by audimeisterView Post

    Google "Audi Q7"

    Haha, JK.

    I think this quote was worth bring the tread back from the dead. I lol'd
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  •   PM#32

    QuoteOriginally Posted by Jay-BeeView Post

    B5 front spring caps to even out the .5" rake.

    don't think it was mentioned for the search noobs.

    More info on this please! I'm B7 Avant on Sport Suspension will this help me?? If so, link to more info??

  •   PM#33

    QuoteOriginally Posted by BonesView Post

    More info on this please! I'm B7 Avant on Sport Suspension will this help me?? If so, link to more info??

    There is no actual rake, only the illusion of a reverse rake due to the front wheel well being larger than the rear (to accommodate steering). That being said, swapping the stock spring cup for a B5 spring cup on the front will effectively lower your front about " closing the wheels gap in the front which esthetically improves appearance substantially. Ironically, when all is said and done you will have introduced a rake into your setup.

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  •   AM#34

    QuoteOriginally Posted by rongeurView Post

    There is no actual rake, only the illusion of a reverse rake due to the front wheel well being larger than the rear (to accommodate steering). That being said, swapping the stock spring cup for a B5 spring cup on the front will effectively lower your front about " closing the wheels gap in the front which esthetically improves appearance substantially. Ironically, when all is said and done you will have introduced a rake into your setup.

    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthout-the-stance

    I think I will try these out. I definitely don't like the idea of throwing off my handling by removing the reverse rake appearance of the oem sport suspension. But honestly, if i installed coilovers, I would do the same thing without even thinking twice.
    Thanks for the info and warning, Rongeur!

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    Read the A4 string in "discussion".

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    Read the A4 string in "discussion".

    Sorry cant find what you mean ?

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    This characteristic will become more apparent as the front tyres wear.

    I suppose this may be a possibility, as my front tyres are almost dead. Regarding the ESP comment, this definately isn.t the issue as the phenomenon occurs on the overun, and anyway the ESP light would blink if the ESP was activated.

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    I suppose this may be a possibility as my front tyres are almost dead. >>

    Forget any other issues until you have replaced the tyres.

    I bet a brand new A4 (piece of paper) that new tyres sort it!

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    You have gone through a set of tyres on the front in 10 months? wow expensive motoring

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    You have gone through a set of tyres on the front in 10 months? wow
    expensive motoring


    I'd be interested to know what size tyres, type and how many miles they have done too.

    The 17 inch Pirellis Zeros on my A3 appear to be wearing quickly.

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    I'd be interested to know what size tyres type and how many miles they have
    done too.
    The 17 inch Pirellis Zeros on my A3 appear to be wearing quickly.

    This is my second A4 Avant and the first (B6) Avant I had did K topps on a set of front tyres which were x55x My current car has just under 13K on it and I would say the tyres have about 1 - K left in them and they are x45x
    All of the FWD diesel cars I've had have chewed tyres fairly quickly.

    I still dont think however that my snatchy steering issue is tyre related as it happens at relatively low speeds on dry roads where gripshould not be an issue at all. The problem seems as though something in the steering/suspension isn't keeping the wheels in check as well as it should be.

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    I had a Mark1 A4 Tdi and front tyres lasted 28k, rears 40k. I do not hang around but fast cornering and local country roads = death for someone so my cornering is always quite sedate.

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    I still dont think however that my snatchy steering issue is tyre related as it
    happens at relatively low speeds on dry roads where grip should not be an issue at
    all. >>


    However

    "My car has a tendency to follow ruts and inconsistencies on rougher roads much more than it used to, making the steering sometimes 'snatchy' when driving on country lanes that are a bit rough."

    describes worn tyre symptoms perfectly.

    Tyre tread is designed in part to ensure that the tyre tracks straight and does not follow ridges and ruts, this ability lessens as they wear even if the overall grip levels are maintained.

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    I guess I dont have long to wait to check out this theory, about another month or so and I should need some new front tyres. I sure hope this issue goes away, I've never erxperienced anything like this since I was driving knackered Ford Escorts back in the 80's !

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    Did you ever get a solution to this problem as my Audi A4 Cab is doing the same. Had a similar problem on a volvo s60 and it turn out to be a front nearside lower ball joint.

    Just jacked up my nearside wheel and their appears to be a little play on it.

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    This is usually a problem with high performance/sporty type tyres.
    TRY SOMETHING MORE TOURING ORIENTED LIKE PIRELLI P7 OR GOODYEAR Excellence, ad I bet it's OK.

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    I'd say get all the many bushes/arms checked. A4's are infamous for the front suspension design.

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    Low profile worn tyres what do you expect on UK roads.

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    I'd say get all the many bushes/arms checked. A4's are infamous for the front suspension
    design.

    I've done a bit of checking myself, and cannot see any play anywhere in the suspension, after all the car has only done K miles. Iam hoping that a new set of front tyres may either elliminate or fix the problem, although I am sceptical.

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    Just investigating a couple of large knocks I get when steering hard right - the car actually is jumping sideways as well! I would stay it knocks / jumps once per wheel revolution on hard lock (obviously just an estimate).

    I have a 04 A4 cabrio multitronic.

    have had the car 6 months and 'noticed' it after a few weeks of purchase.

    it has got steadily worse - part due i would say to the fact that the front left tyre is now worn massively more than the front left (or rears)

    brought it to the nearest VW/Audi service centre because a knock had developed in the front left.

    results:
    front left CV changed - knock has disappeared nearly completely except under medium/hard breaking while turning.

    SHUDDER REMAINED
    brought it back & they had it for a few days.

    Results:
    they said - rechecked alignment and tracking (i presume camber and caster but dont know). problem remained

    after consulting with Audi HQ they lifted the car and loosened the sub-frame as "it can sometimes get out of line". it was "but very little"

    problem still remains.

    had it to my mate for the last week. hes the guy who does the local NCT (MOT) tests here (so knows what hes looking at)

    siad it looked perfect underneath and he wouldnt worry - didnt manage to recreate problem while in car with him.

    he recommended "computerised" tracking and camber and caster - not laser type. i dont know if this has already been tried but i think the VW guys must have before tackling the sub frame

    stumped aand it pink fluffy dice me off.


    Alan

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    Hi Alan

    Did you solve this problem?

    Kind regards

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    It's not true, he needs to be there, and then that's it. Let's finish what we started. Please, he begged. I won't tell anyone, not even Uncle Valera.

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    Alexei followed me up. The weather was sunny, not a single cloud in the sky. - What a bright Sun, said Alexey, an ideal day for tanning. - Yes, I agreed.

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