[200q20v] UrS4/6 Rear Stabilizer Bar

Bernie Benz b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Tue Jul 24 07:41:20 EDT 2001

Phil, and 200 listers,

I have done an extensive off line evaluation with Mike of his S4 RSB
adaption relative to its application to 200Qs.  As a result, I am convienced
that it fully and equally may be added to our 200s and 5KQs, with equal
benefits (but not BTDT).

This mod adds a 17mm anti roll bar to the rear of the car.  Bars of other
stiffnesses apparently are not available, and orders of 15 or 20 of his
system's parts (estimated current interest in the S-cargo group) may well
deplete Audi's replacement parts supply of stock bars or any other required

Cost estimates:
Audi purchased parts @ list:           $385
Mike's adaptor kit                      185
Welding (not to or on car)               20
Installation  1 hour.

Go for it!


> From: Phil Rose <pjrose at frontiernet.net>
> Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 15:12:15 -0400
> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: Re: [200q20v] UrS4/6 Rear Stabilizer Bar
> At 11:41 AM +0300 7/23/01, mlp wrote:
>> Ok -
>> I think I've now got eleven "definites" I'm a committed sort of person
>> "Yeses" (those names are on the production/availability list based on
>> 1st in, 1st out); and
>> 2 or 3 mug-whumps (you know, the "I possibly wou'da, could'a,
>> should'a, maybe, face on one side of the fence, rumps on the other"
>> sort of folks etc. ;-))
>> I've called the machinist to ask him for a rough ETA to do a run of
>> say @ 15 or so kits.  I think the final number, i.e. 13 vs. 15 vs. 16
> [snip]
> I wonder if any of the '91 200q owners decided to give this a
> try--considering all the heated discussion on this list about rear
> sway bars some months back?
> Phil
> -- 
> Phil Rose
> Rochester, NY
> mailto:pjrose at frontiernet.net
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