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    quattro arb's

    right I know where I can lay my hands on anti roll bars from a PFL s4. would these be a good upgrade for my 110 tdi quattro?
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    Front is thicker and solid, rear is the same... I would upgrade the suspension first, that gives you the most grip in all conditions !
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    I can also lay my hands on s4 springs and shockies but I wasn't sure about the front springs regarding engine weight extra
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    The 2.7TT and 1.9 tdi are different weight ratings and it will stay higher at the front than before. Rears are the same...
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    yea that was what I was thinking as well.
    would I get off with using the s4 shockies and keeping my own springs?
    would they stiffen it up a bit?
    the boy says there fresh and never got much use before he upgraded
    1997 A4 Avant 110 TDi quattro
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    S4 shocks will help a wee bit, especially if they're low mileage and the tdi ones have moon mileage on them.

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