mine arent bouncy. did you trim down the bumpstops?
just noticed this corner being bent..me and the seller thing greyhound dropped it.
what do yous think? is this fixable? if so easily?
but i was born and raised in philly man. im a freshmen at community college of philadelphia. Im down to chill. we can get a little photoshoot going.
Where do you live?
Last edited by MarcMiller; 11-17-2011 at 03:53 PM.
hey man sorry bout me dropping the ball on the trunk. i was sick with the flu for like 5 days straight then i had to get my car cleaned up and had no brakes for like 3 days. Hope no hard feelings about the euro trunk though. The one you got looks pretty good except for that bend but its a pretty easy fix imo. Hopefully i'll be back in the b5 forums more when i find another a4 i'm always looking i miss my quattro.
Front driver side is making a weird rattle noise when I hit bumps and also sometimes when I shift. Spring out of bushing? Control arm bushing? I know my axle is shot it tics constantly. I don't think this noise could be coming from that. What do you all think? Sounds like something is moving around or maybe even tapping something. Any tests I can do to figure out certain things.
they are the 5 spokes without rubber on my photobucket.
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I just got a set of ST's and never owned an Audi before, this was the first time I saw the helper springs. I won't be slammed by any means (24-25" GTF) yet should I think of taking these helper springs out?
What are the helper springs in the front for? Added travel? They make the ride stiffer or softer? (Sorry if these are dumb questions, just never seen anything like this before)
Thanks James, I'm really happy with how it turned out.
And the helpers are there to make the car ride better but with them in they dont go low enough. I would just remove them when you install them so you dont have worry about them in the future. The ride doesnt change much imo. At first i thought with helpers it was less bouncy but after a few days it felt the same.