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The Stance Thread

pinterovski Sep 23, 2011

  1. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

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    Yes you do need to remove headlining, they have special fixings for these to bolt onto.
     
  2. pinterovski

    pinterovski Member

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    1) Picture of your car;
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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride;
    KW V3 Coilovers

    3) wheel and offset;
    BBS CH rims 18x8J ET45

    4) tire and size;
    Dunlop Sportmaxx 225/40/18

    5) spacer brand/thickness;
    Custom Alu spacers, Rear 13mm

    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc);
    Removed rear arch screw and trimmed the inner edge!
     
  3. Ironborn

    Ironborn English...not so good

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    Looks hot!:icon_thumright: What camera did you use? So much detail. Also what upload method did you use? Photobucket seems to be messing around with my picture quality
     
  4. scotta3tdi

    scotta3tdi New Member

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    1) A3 2.0TDi Sport 140
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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride;
    Sport standard

    3) wheel and offset;
    BBS replicas - unsure of offset

    4) tire and size;
    225/40/18

    5) spacer brand/thickness;
    None

    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc);
    None (that I know of!)

    Just bought this so finding out about it as I go. Was planning on just adding a subtle drop, probably just 30mm springs which should give an extra 20mm drop on Sport standard I believe?
     
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  5. downtothebone

    downtothebone Active Member Team Scuba Audi A3 Audi Cabriolet Owner Group S-line owners group

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    1) A3 cabriolet 2.0 TFSI S Line

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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride;
    S Line with H&R 50mm lowering springs

    3) wheel and offset;
    OEM standard

    4) tire and size;
    225/40/18

    5) spacer brand/thickness;
    Front H&R 10mm I think to accommodate Forge 330 Big Brake Kit

    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc);
    None
     
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  6. pinterovski

    pinterovski Member

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    1) Picture of your car;
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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride;
    KW V3 Coilovers

    3) wheel and offset;
    OZ Ultraleggera 18x8J et45

    4) tire and size;
    Bridgestone Potenza re50a 225/40/18

    5) spacer brand/thickness;
    H&R Trak+, rear 13mm

    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc);
    Removed rear arch screw and trimmed the inner edge!
     
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  7. S.

    S. Save the manuals Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group Audi S3 quattro Manual

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    need some ultras :D
     
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  8. Johnny Bravo

    Johnny Bravo 6+1 Gears Audi A3

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    1) Picture of your car;

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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride;
    Bilstein B16 PSS10 Coilovers

    3) wheel and offset;
    BBS CH 18x8J et50

    4) tire and size;
    Michelin Pilot Sport 3 225/40/18

    5) spacer brand/thickness;
    None in the pictures. Now H&R Trak+, front 10mm, rear 15mm

    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc);
    Nothing yet.
     
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  9. S.

    S. Save the manuals Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group Audi S3 quattro Manual

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    ok then, here's mine :D

    1) Picture of your car
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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride
    kw v3's
    3) wheel and offset
    oem facelift s3 wheels 18x7.5 et54
    4) tire and size
    michelin pilot exalto 225/40/18
    dunlop wintersport 3d 225/40/18
    5) spacer brand/thickness
    scc 12mm front
    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc)
    nothing
     
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  10. pinterovski

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    Sami on winter setup,looking good!
     
  11. S.

    S. Save the manuals Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group Audi S3 quattro Manual

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    thanks mate :D
    that's with summer tyres. actually with winter tyres it looks the same :D
     
  12. AUDI_ADDICT

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    Not exactly 'stance', but hopefully will help others to know what difference just springs make..

    Pic before

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    And after

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    Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride
    Eibach Sportline

    Wheel and offset
    OEM 7.5 x 18 ET54

    Tire and size
    228*40*18 Conti Winter Contacts

    Spacer brand/thickness
    None (yet)

    Other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc)
    Nothing

    I will also add it has taken away all the crashy ride it had before, and is MUCH nicer to drive now
     
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  13. br20vt

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    Airlift V2 suspension with performance struts.
    OEM Facelift wheels, Bridgestone tyres. :blink: (Just for winter).
     
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  14. GGG_666

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    Bring this thread back
    VMR V701 19x8.5" ET45 w/10mm rear and 8mm front spacers
    225/35 19
    BC Racing BR series coilovers with 10Kg springs
     
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  15. S.

    S. Save the manuals Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group Audi S3 quattro Manual

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    Liking that! Moaaaar pictures!!
     
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  16. saq85

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    That looks baaad.
     
  17. GGG_666

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    Like Michael Jackson bad or horrible?
     
  18. saq85

    saq85 Active Member

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    Michael Jackson bad!
     
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  19. Starry

    Starry S3 8P stage 2+

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    just found this thread, very helpful as I'm looking for new wheels
     
  20. Donny_DJ

    Donny_DJ Active Member

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    1) Picture of your car
    Comparison of 18s vs 19s:
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    Now:
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    2) Brand of Coilover/suspension/Air Ride
    Eibach Pro Kit lowering springs. Thinking about fitting Sportlines - thoughts?

    3) wheel and offset
    Genuine RS3 alloys (8J x 19), ET50

    4) tire and size
    Goodyear Eagles, 235/35/19

    5) spacer brand/thickness
    None. Thinking about 8mm spacers for the front soon though.

    6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc)
    None
     
  21. Welshy

    Welshy Active Member

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    Wondering if I could have some ideas... I'm wanting some staggered Rotiform ind-t in in the new year ready for some shows only issue at the moment the rear option is the front: 18" 8.5j et45 rear: 18" 9.5j et35 will the rear fit? Don't mind a tad of poke but will lower as much as possible on those wheels.....
     
  22. Welshy

    Welshy Active Member

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  23. josh2303

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    17 " PORSCHE TWIST
    8.5 J FRONT 9 J REAR
    205/40/17 ALL AROUND
    ET 35 i believe , running 30mm adapters all around not sure of brand
    fk street pro coilovers.
     
  24. Welshy

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    tidy stuff! Didn't think people went for smaller wheels! Looks good though! I want to stick with 18" as the 19" I wanted were 10j so thought that it be a bit of hassle, maybe next wheel I go 19"!I need to see a pic of 18" 9.5j et 35....rear but no spacers
     
  25. josh2303

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    i only went for 17s as it was on audi s line alloys which were 17s when i got it.
    its going on air early next year and smaller wheels and air go well together i think , if i go bigger i need to find some thing with an offset that will give me some nice tuck. but thanks for the feed back mate :glee:
     
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  26. GGG_666

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    ET35 will rub/scrub on the rear
     
  27. Welshy

    Welshy Active Member

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    That's **** lol!I been told it be fine, oh well!an ideas where the best place to get rotiforms would be? I prob run a bit of camber as I seen people with lass then et 35 and still fine hmm!
     
  28. josh2303

    josh2303 Member

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    you can get rotiforms from car audio security or rim style i think
     
  29. Welshy

    Welshy Active Member

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    Yeah I been looking on there but if I was to have staggered I think they are et35, you think if I gave them a call they would know fitment and that?
     
  30. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group Gold Supporter Audi S3 DSG

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    No belly-dragging here I'm afraid.....

    Also I have no idea about offset,so...

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    kW Clubsport suspension with adjustable topmounts.
    H&R ARBs
    Superpro bushes and ALK
    TD 1.2 alloys 18 x 9
    Michelin Supersports or Toyo R888s 245x40x18

    Around 2.0 degrees negative camber on the front,and 2.5 on the rear.

    One dirty picture....LOL

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    No rolling,no rubbing and no spacers.
     
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2015
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  31. GGG_666

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    no doubt you could get away with it with loads of camber but you'll run thru tyres like crazy, it always looks good but in reality it's not practicle. Are you running air or coilovers? I had ET35 and ended up chipping some paint off the wheel arch... I've since changed to a higher offset
     
  32. Welshy

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    Yeah, well to be honest I think that's the only way to manage is camber but like you said it isn't practical but again the wheel will be for show use and my neighbour works for quick fit haha! But I think I'd prefer less hassle, I think for me et35 it a bit of a push and I like my paint lol! So what offset you running as you have some pokeage?
     
  33. GGG_666

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    The pic I have up is from my ET35, I'm currently ET45. I had originally put 10mm spacers on for a car show and then left them on... that's how I chipped the paint. I could see doing it at a show then removing the spacers
     
  34. josh2303

    josh2303 Member

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    @Welshy yeah mate give them a call they are a helpful bunch if not go on google and search for a offset calculator ?
     
  35. Welshy

    Welshy Active Member

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    I see GGG 666! I would like too run them for summer and shows! Just et45 won't have any staggered fitment unless spacers grrr! Done an offset on will it fit and well seems ok but no idea on how much it will poke lol! I just want more concave on the rear... will call them Josh....
     

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  36. Welshy

    Welshy Active Member

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    Click on the image should get half an idea lol.....
     
  37. GGG_666

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    4052.jpg This is my old set up, 19x9.5 rear ET35 and 19x8.5 ET35 front.... way too much poke
    20140601_153026.jpg Heres my new one 19x8.5 ET 45 front and rear (I also used spacers on this set up for shows)

    I get what you're saying, it's difficult to find the happy medium between fit and function but I think I finally got it. You'll have to do some thinking I guess
     
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  38. Welshy

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    See your point there! But have to say a bit of camber and those 35s would look good, but if I do go this way I have 45 front, yeah exactly my point! I can go 45 rear on the same wheels just no concave, either way once I have them I will do whatever to run them, that happy medium is a tough one as I like the perfect fitment only other way is laser cut lol! Will have to have a think for sure!
     
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  39. Starry

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    Are you running the spacers on the 2nd photo?
     
  40. GGG_666

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    @Starry..... Nope just a good angle on the photo
    19x8.5 ET45 with 225/35 tyres
     
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