[Biturbos4] S4 upgrades

Nicholas Mistry nick at mistry.com
Thu Feb 26 12:58:23 EST 2004

Nice job Ti,  Those B6 rims look great.   Did you have to tweak the suspension at
all?   any plans to?

About the lights,  I am not familiar w/ city lights, what are they for?


> Hi all,
> I just installed a set of the 18x8 Avus wheels from the 2004 S4 V8
> on my 2001.5 S4, along with the Continental SportContact2 235/40ZR18
> tires.  I think these wheels look superb on the car.  They retain
> the 'S'-ness without looking "aftermarket", but the added size and
> width impart a more aggressive stance.
> The Conti tires are a vast improvement over the original Pirelli P6000s.
> They provide better grip all around and are much quieter.  Makes the
> car feel like a totally different animal.
> These wheels and tires require the addition of 5mm spacers front and
> rear to fit.  At the front the spacers are needed to prevent the inside
> of the wheel spokes from touching the brake calipers, and at the rear
> they are needed to prevent the tire from rubbing the suspension upright
> link.  I used H&R hubcentric aluminum spacers and they are a perfect fit.
> I also replaced the headlights with a pair of European-spec Xenon HID
> housings.  These have significantly better beam pattern, and has
> built-in city lights and clear corners.  They really light up the
> night, and with only 35W bulbs they are stunningly superior to the
> relayed 90/100W H4/H1 Euros I have on my 4000.
> Oh, oh... the mods of my S4 have begun.  What am I getting myself
> into? :-)
> Check out my S4's new pic gallery #2 with the latest photos:
> 	http://www.amb.org/ti/audi/autiq/autiq-2.html
> -Ti
> 2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
> 2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
> 1984 5000S turbo
> 1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
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