Got some new wheels

Double J

Registered User
Tight fit. 19 x 9. About 2mm away from the strut on the front with a 10mm spacer.

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Need to get it lower.
 

Sayam

Well-Known Member
VCDS Map User
Looks OK but surely it rubs?
 

Double J

Registered User
:laugh: Yes of course I'm on air. At ride height it's okay.

Need to roll the front arches and dial in a little more camber on the rears. Or use slightly smaller spacers on the rear.
 

Veedubnoodle

Registered User
Very OEM+ :icon thumright: I like it
 

batch

Registered User
Looks epic mate - choice of wheels, stance, colour - superb.
 

Double J

Registered User
Looks nice those wheels really suit the a3
Thanks man. I wasn't certain of them before, but I like them now they're on.
Very OEM+ :icon thumright: I like it
:) Thanks! It's the best way.
That beading looks amazing.. Wheels aren't for me but car looks nice!
They're not for everyone but thanks, I spend too much time detailing this car.
Always loved your car mate, looks lovely as always. Simplicity is the key
Wow thanks! Means lot buddy.
Looks epic mate - choice of wheels, stance, colour - superb.
Appreciate it man, thank you.
Love this.... I need air!

Haha yes you do sir! And I need bigger calipers.

Another shot of the beading as it was mentioned

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barkclark

Registered User
WHAT DO YOU CLEAN YOUR CAR WITH?! Seriously it looks great though, that beading!
 

Beowulf

Registered User
looks amazing, with air ride what happens if something goes wrong and it airs out while your driving? Instant right off no?
 

Adam Wilson

Registered User
Pretty much, but you could say the same if a spring shears in half..

Kind of, if you buy a decent kit the bags are unbelievably thick! It all depends on what sort of speeds etc you're doing and your set-up. I reckon if you're driving sensibly you'll probably need some arch-work and a new tyre.

Bag will lose pressure and car will lower itself. Usually sitting the arch ontop of the tyre. (4 way set up, you'll only lose pressure from 1 corner meaning only that corner will drop.. Rest of suspension will help keep car off the ground.)
 
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