Type: Posts; User: JRutter
I think he is wanting to avoid tweaking the alignment. There is a decent chance that it would be fine unbolting the LCA, but if everything stays attached, the alignment should stay exactly the same.
It is tight. I did it recently and pulled the strut out of the spindle to get a bit more room, leaving everything else bolted up. You need a strut spreader bit/tool to open up the slot on the...
The Loctite fix did not hold up to the last track day. Back looking at either engine swap or crank replacement...
If I get a work vehicle and don't need my hitch any more, I will check back to see if you still have this. In the mean time, GLWS. :beer:
S3 are direct bolt on, and are the same as the 3.2, from what I could tell.
You can get TT bushings and press fit them into the brackets. Slightly stiffer than S3, but still daily driver friendly....
Mmmmmm. So clean. Such shine.
Mr. BeeAlk is correct as usual. I normally have black wheels, but got these silver Ultraleggeras with 100 tread wear tires to try for dry track days.
The other A3 is silver and is pretty rough...
Track day with Audi Club NW. Dig that wheel gap!
But it was worth it to experience...
Smoked tails from the factory. #aheadofmytime
How about a Sport Quattro?
I had them all around, but on 8x18 et45. No problems once fender tabs were trimmed. So you're not crazy for asking.
But on lower offset or wider track width (in my case bumping out the track...
I have a similar setup and it rubbed like crazy until I got some custom alignment stuff done, incl some new arms to adjust rear toe.
lol, I know. It was on a track going the speed limit.
How is married life treating tp?
So you took out the red one?
The numbers on that plate need some smoke lamin-x. So brite! :cool:
Hotels are pretty booked for the big accordian festival (!) :(
Decided to stay at a slightly nicer place right downtown :)
$270? Jeezus! It is like $50 here.
Bet his wheels are plastidipped as well. :thumbup: