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Vehicle Sales / Re: 2000 Audi S4
May 17, 2008, 10:28:20 am
what are you going to replace it with?  wish I was in the market to buy a car right now, but the S6 is running to good and nobody wants to buy URS6s any more it seems not for good dollars at least.

wanna trade?


good luck, sounds like a deal to me

General Audi Discussion / Re: Summer Tire Reviews
April 26, 2008, 08:22:55 am
im real impressed with the feel of the Falken Azenis 615, tire sticks great, its an 18 and smooth as a 16.  solid side walls.  only downside is they might not last over 15,000 miles I hear, tread rating is 280
General Audi Discussion / Re: Affiliation with ACNA?
April 21, 2008, 12:19:16 pm
I'm a barely active member as well although I was dating the ACNA chairmans daughter
still got it, still need to let it go, always need spares up here, I am very interested

Tech / Re: need help picking a tire
March 25, 2008, 08:55:13 pm
falken or kumho
Tech / Re: need help picking a tire
March 19, 2008, 09:01:44 pm
the 245/35  is 0.41% smaller than my stock 225-50-16.  the 255/35 is 0.68% larger, so really they are both about he same.  keeping close as possible to stock rolling diameter
Tech / Re: need help picking a tire
March 19, 2008, 04:07:04 pm
i am mostly concerned about sidewalls being stiff enough.  i hear the Falken is a bit soft and rolls.  also the Falken gets loud as it wears, the BFG is known to be loud as well.  I guess that should not be too much a concern when looking at high performance tires that can track in the rain too, they all are noisy.  I just remember my Falken Ziex 512s SUCKED at gripping and the sidewalls were mush, I do love the Azenis 615 but mine are too tall:(  Azenis did not make a sound and are stiff as hell, too bad they dont have a 35 profile
Tech / need help picking a tire
March 19, 2008, 12:10:01 pm
255-35-18 Falken FK452 or 245-35-18 BFG KDW2. which would you choose and why?

i am having trouble deciding on a new tire

Parts! / Re: 245-40-18 Falken Azenis 615
March 17, 2008, 04:34:21 pm
had em mounted on et32 18x8 OZ SL on my 95 S6 on H&R race springs, they had plenty of room, could fit 255s with space to spare.  put this setup on a friends 99 A4 avant stock suspension and they cleared but on bigish bumps we believe the rear tie rods may make contact with the top of the tire, there are no signs this happens but it is really close when we looked at it. they cleared inside the wheel wells just fine and no rubbing at full turn

you are welcome to test em out, they are mounted to OZs right now.  price is like 500ish or best
Parts! / Re: 245-40-18 Falken Azenis 615
March 16, 2008, 01:38:06 pm
 where else should i post these, need sell
how did you like those Falkens?  did the 235s seem narrow?  where the sidewalls stiff enough to protect the rim?  they grip good?  thinking of a set of 255/35/18s, but have no info to decide upon

Tech / Re: HID bulbs... Interpower X5 conversion kit
March 14, 2008, 09:34:56 am
whole kit yes, they have a warranty and gaurantee.  they distribute straight from the plant in China, so far so good.

also check out the website, vvme.com
Tech / Re: HID bulbs... Interpower X5 conversion kit
March 13, 2008, 04:41:38 pm
flashplus ebay seller for VVME hid kits are $35,  just got two
never installed brand new updated ECS stage 2 993TT caliper brackets and new 314x30mm stage 2 slotted rotors and possibly all hardware too.
setup from my 95 S6, check ECS for fitment to A4/S4 etc.
thinking about about jumping up to a  323x30mm rotor setup this time around

$400 or best, I can deliver to you at grattan in april unless you like sooner.  also know a source for $260 each for  big black calipers or $360 each for big reds brand new

you can build your own BBK for as little as $800 Smiley

shoot me an email

the type44 cars feel sportier when driving, you get more road feel, more noise, they feel faster. urs is more refined, has less road noise and is more posh all around.  if you like the look of the v8, look into a 91 200 20vt, thats the est of both worlds in this comparison.  on lowered cars i think the typp 44 handels a lil better and they have much lower profile and stance.

whats the drag coefficient of both?