Well, I finally have the car together enough for some nice photos. Some of the old timers around this forum might remember me, I used to have a Black B5.5 Passat on Bagyards/EasyStreet Autopilot setup just about 5 years ago now.
The new car is a 2006 Audi A6 4.2 S-Line, Black on Black, I bought it last June in Chicago, drove it down to GA where it sat for a while as I was figuring everything else out. Suspension was installed back in December, and then a few months were spent on the stereo (still needs some work, so no pictures of that yet).
Before I get into it, HUGE thanks goes out to [email protected] for putting up with all my questions getting me set up with everything I need. I love this setup. Just got back from 1000 mile round trip road trip and the car felt great. I was cruising tucking tire and it drove smooth, just stiff enough to not rub over bumps, but still able to drive low. I would definitely recommend these struts
Now for the info...current mods are:
- Airlift Slam Series Struts (Front and Rear)
No pics yet, it's a pretty clean and simple install with a little bit of flare. The mids and tweets are in custom pods off the a-pillar, midbass in the OEM location in the doors (but we spent some time making the vented OEM Bose enclosre a nice sealed and deadened enclosure for better midbass response). Subs fire towards the back of the seats (which with 2 15s looks pretty menacing with the seats folded down). I think I have a few in progress pictures on my phone, I will try and get uploaded. Will probably have better shots in a few weeks once the install is done.
- Ziza LED License Plate Lights
- Ziza Pure Yellow Fogs
- Tinted Bumper Reflectors
- "Chrome" Turn signal bulbs (still light up orange, just to remove the orange reflection in the headlight housing)
Then spent roughly 6 hours, washing, clay bar, polishing, and waxing her (finally, first detail on the car since owning it for exactly a year this weekend). Then went to a couple shows in Atlanta this weekend. One quick picture, saw lots of people snapping shots of it so hopefully will get some other good ones from the show:
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