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Re: tire/shock for audi 90...
> Its time to bite the bullet and replace the tires and shock on my 88, Audi
I have the same car (for now anyway).
> I have stock rims (non quattro) and the stock tires are 195/60/14.
> I would like to go to a little wider tire possibly 205/60/14. Just
> called tire rack and this option is not listed on their data base.
> Was wondering if anyone knows whether this is possible.
I think you'd be happy with 195/60s, but it is probably possible
to go up a size (205/50s?)
> I am thinking on replacing the shock with red Konis. I would like
> to take some of the "floatyness" out of the ride. Has anyone tried
Based on other recommendations I've seen, try either the Boge
Turbo Gas or Pro Gas, the Pros being stiffer. It's something
I'd like to do one day if I keep the car.
> ps: Similar to others I had the intermittent engine check lite.
> Called the dealer and as Zafar pointed out, they also said that this
> could be due to carbon build up inside the cylinder. They strongly
> advised AGAINST Shell gas which is what I use all the time and
> suggested cheveron unleaded and running thru their gas additive
> (techlo...). Last weekend I removed the plug and the only thing I
> could see thru the hole was black gunk. They may be right.....
I haven't seen this yet (77k). WHAT is the deal with gas? I've
heard bad things about Shell, Mobil and many others. I like
Mobil for its pay at the pump convenience in most places, but I
try to get Amoco if it's on sale and/or I have time and/or can
find a station nearby. I've been trying Shell every now and
then too... As long as you avoid 'Julio's US Gas' I would
think you'd be fine [no ethnic slur intended!]
Anyone have some hard facts?
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