Hi folks, I recentley watched one of Chris Harris's videos "link provided below" and it had got me thinking, how might an Audi S3 handle on 4 space savers.
The idea is that the reduced contact area of the spacesaver tyres equates to a proportionaly more powerful car. I beleive the increased slip of the front tyres would also encourage the haldex system to shift more of the torque to the rear of the vehicle.
Do you guys think this will be safe on the S3?
Has anyone tried this before or have any experience driving an S3 on thinner than standard wheels?
The Mercedes C63 AMG Experiment - CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS - YouTube