[BiturboS4] Suspension question

California Fields cfields72 at hotmail.com
Mon May 5 11:57:38 EDT 2003

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Anyone had a chance to compare the H&R street coilovers with the STASIS street
sport coilover setup on their S4 (or driven one)?  I'm thinking I might go
with either of these but I'm trying to find out the real world difference.
I'm told that the H&Rs have slightly stiffer springs and that they are
linear...STASIS is progressive.

Any feedback would be appreciated.  Thanks.
Carter Fields, San Francisco
2001.5, GIAC-X, Miltek 3" cat-back, Strat. shifter, Strat. DVs, A-pillar boost
>From: David Lau
>To: Audi S4 group
>Subject: Re: [BiturboS4] pilot sport All Season.
>Date: Sat, 3 May 2003 01:31:58 -0400
>I'll second that. My P6000s whined at 62. Michelins P S A/S MUCH
>quieter. And wet traction? Had to hammer from Detroit to Saginaw
>yesterday, and where traffic allowed, I felt secure at 70-80 in very
>heavy rain. And snow? Drove home from Flint to Ann Arbor last
>after 6-8 inches fell. I'd ice raced the car on Saginaw Bay 2 weeks
>earlier so I felt I knew what it would (and would not) do at the
>limits. US23 was hard packed snow shoulder to shoulder, with only
>crown of the road visible to follow. Once past the sport utes, I
>I could go 60-65 with occasional (correctible) oversteer. Don't
>ESP ever cut in. Passed 4 snowplows, just like the Volvo commercial!
>On Friday, May 2, 2003, at 02:07 PM, Josh Barone wrote:
>>I just put on some Pilot Sport all seasons after my
>>P6000 were wearing thin (19K). They are 10 times a
>>quiet. The lose a little in the cornering department
>>but they make up for it in winter and wet traction.
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