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Eibach anti roll bar kit

Randomjim Sep 9, 2006

  1. Randomjim

    Randomjim Active Member

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    Im thinking about getting an eibach or similar anti roll bar kit. Has anyone done this? Some feedback would be good.

    Also a sump guard? Because i've hit the bottom of the car a few times now and its only so long untill i crack the sump. Cheers guys
     
  2. ZeroK66

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    Loads of folk go on about the H&R ARB's and just how much they improve the handling of the S4's - not really heard anything about Eibach - but dont see why it should be any different.

    My car is in bits as we speak having coilovers & ARB's fitted. I would have liked to have done it in stages, but it just didnt turn out that way.

    The biggest improvement to be had is at the rear on the S4... I am sure the A4 would see the same improvement too,.
     
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    We've had nothing but good response on the H&R ARB kits throughout the range!
     
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    eibach only do a front for the a4, best off going h&r or neespeed
     
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    Ah good to know, and from what ive read the rear one makes more difference. What sorta price are we talking for a set?
     
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    look on awesomes website.

    i think they are circa £180 each
     
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    Will wait till i get back to work and ill price one up with my discount
     
  8. ZeroK66

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    I had my H&R ARBs fitted and WOW - the car steers dead flat and has immence turnin & just keeps turning the harder I steer the car. It feels so planted and just does as the steering wheel/I tell it. I do have the H&R coilovers too...
     
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    Sounds good, exactly how it should be!
     
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    DPM, what size is the h&r arb on your site? i've seen a 22mm kit and a 26mm/22mm kit, which one do you sell and whats the size difference get me?
     
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    The kits we do are 32 front 21 rear, 32 front 20 rear and 32 front 17 rear. Hope this helps.
     
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    are these the arb sizes for a 1999 A3 1.8t?
     
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    No, A4. For the A3 it's either 22 front or 26 front and 22 rear.
     
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    whats the diff between 22 front and 26 front?
     
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    besides the obvious it just gives a tighter and stiffer ride but keeps the 3 adjustable settings.
     
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    as a comparison, what sizes are the OEM arbs?
     
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    Just ordered an eibach arb, they only do a front though :noway: Soft, medium or hard for normal road use? (considering i'm on coilovers an very close to the ground:rockwoot: )
     

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