2001 Audi B5 S4 – TIME TO GET LOW!




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B5 S4 Spring/Strut DIY Install:

The time is finally here! We install the Bilstein B8 sport shocks matched up with the H&R Sport Springs. The installation was relatively easy, but came with some annoyances (very tight areas to unbolt control arms/corrosion). The B5S4 looks incredible now! Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe! Thanks for watching!

Music Used in Video:
Ikson – Spring
Rival x Cadmium – Seasons (feat. Harley Bird) [Futuristik & Whogaux Remix]
Why Do I – feat Bri Tolani

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18 Replies to “2001 Audi B5 S4 – TIME TO GET LOW!”

  1. A nice different shade of yellow could look good and some 034 sway bar links front and back would make it even better ride … I got the same set up on mines and good sway links feels pretty good more enjoyable

  2. I'm glad for you! I bit low for my tastes as I have experienced substantial rub through on the paint with such springs; I run coil overs to get about a 10 mm drop so as to avoid rubbing. What are you running for wheels? 235/35 R19s or 235/40 R18s? With 235s you might be running into real rub issues with spacers. As was mentioned below, I would run 17z or 18zs for brakes. I run the 17zs which is a 6 piston Brembo caliper off a Tuareg/Cayenne/Q7 from around 2006 it works with a ~335mm rotor. The 18z works with ~355mm rotors but requires an 18" wheel. There are kits online for the bolts you need to bolt up these calipers. The 17z are about $175 each at your local parts store for the plain Tuareg version you can by quality rotors for maybe $70 of a few different cars; I run rotors off a ~2006 Volvo V70R. With these rotors you need to drill out the lug holes to ~1" to accommodate the bolts but that is it.

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