[A4] new / used a4

docwyte at comcast.net docwyte at comcast.net
Fri Jul 7 16:47:32 EDT 2006

I have.  You need to get all the stuff from an A6, plus buy the coilovers.  Lots of parts, lots of labor.  By the time you're doing with it all, it's at least $1800 in parts (more depending on the cost of the used parts you need and what coilovers you get) plus the labor.  You can easily spend $2500 to $3000 on this...

-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: Brian J White <brian at bjwhite.net> 

> Not really from what people say. Search the Allroad forum on 
> AW. More than a few have done it. The suspension isn't as complex 
> as you think..... 
> At 11:59 2006-07-07, docwyte at comcast.net wrote: 
> >Getting rid of the air suspension and installing a set of coilovers 
> >(on a 4100lb station wagon? What a waste) is a large, time intensive 
> >and expensive endeavor. 
> > 
> >It's not worth doing, you're better off getting a completely 
> >different car at that point. 
> > 
> >-------------- Original message -------------- 
> >From: thejimrose 
> >cool... but i bet with a set of stasis coilovers it would really 
> >trransform it. ive heard that it rips with the air suspension 
> >gutted. bars would no doubt make a huge diff. 

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