[A4] new / used a4
Brian J White
brian at bjwhite.net
Fri Jul 7 16:50:49 EDT 2006
$2500-3000. Then again, you can't get a 2.7T 6-speed A6 Avant in
the US. Then again, you can't get any other manual transmission
A6-based Avant in the US. Gotta pay to play....
At 13:47 2006-07-07, docwyte at comcast.net wrote:
>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 hea rd that it rips with the air suspension
> > >gutted. bars would no doubt make a huge diff.
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