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R32 arb fitting guide???

S3 rpm Mar 26, 2012

  1. S3 rpm

    S3 rpm Member

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    Hi,has anybody seen or found a fitting guide on here possibly with pictures of the 19mm r32 anti roll bar fitting??
    been looking for about a hour and can't find one.

    Has anybody actually done one!

    Im also wanting to buy one but can't get on classifieds yet as I haven't made 10 posts! Anybody know of one for sale?

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2012
  2. voorhees

    voorhees Moderator Staff Member Moderator DSG

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    I havent seen anyfor sale but people get others as well,I run R32s which are good for me
     
  3. s3 Hoggy

    s3 Hoggy Whats going on???

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    Fitting is very easy! And I'm no mechanic. As I had borth rear wheels and liners off yesterday to fit new suspension I quickly done the arb aswell. All you need to do is unbolt the the drop link to the arb from the shock on both sides of the car (obviously) then undo the brackets that hold the bushes and the bar itself. Take the brackets and bushes off to give u more room to remove. I only needed to lower the exhaust shield down a couple of inches and then the bar will slide out through the passenger side rear wheel arch, would be easiest with a helping hand to manoeuvre the bar out. Then just do the same in reverse to fit the new one!

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    As you can see the original one is pretty thin!
     
  4. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona quattro Audi S3 Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    That's a rather large rear ARB you fitting there, let us know the handling difference!
     
  5. Westy

    Westy Well-Known Member

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    That bad boy should promote some oversteer :racer:
     
  6. S3 rpm

    S3 rpm Member

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    Cheers hoggy,doesn't sound a hard job,if anybody knows of one for sale then I'm ready to buy one. Getting a few bits done to the car this week so might as well get the arb done. Does it matter if I use standard arb bushes or you recommend the powerflex?? Any difference at all ?

    Thanks guys
     
  7. s3dave

    s3dave TFSI Hybrid Supporter

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    They are not to bad from VW around £100 or search ebay, you can get cheap poly bushes as well on ebay ..a firm called powerflo or something like that....
     
  8. S3 rpm

    S3 rpm Member

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    Cool,I've been looking on eBay but doesn't appear to be any at the minute,everybody's probably after them!
     
  9. S3 rpm

    S3 rpm Member

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    While we're on the subject,I'd best ask which r32 arb do I need?is it the first model r32 or the newer one? Or are they the same?
     
  10. s3dave

    s3dave TFSI Hybrid Supporter

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    mk4 chassis 19mm

    just noticed where in Bradford are you from? im in wrose...:icon_thumright:
     
  11. S3 rpm

    S3 rpm Member

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    I'm in bingley mate,just down the road :bye:
     
  12. S3 rpm

    S3 rpm Member

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    Got 1 finally,brand new with brand new neuspeed bushes £80 delivered,bargain I thought??

    Now just to fit it this week!
     
  13. dre_S3

    dre_S3 Member

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    Just had a rear r32 arb with super pro bushes fitted also my trailing arm bushes to power flex ones and I am over the moon with how the car feels round corners, I feel so much more in control and I feel I can push it a lot more now with out s**ting myself lol great mods for sure
     

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