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JasonR
08-10-2009, 07:35 PM
Stasis has recently announced that they'll have the first run of Rear Anti-Roll Bars available for the A4 B8 chassis. Originally they were using a 22mm bar, or the 28mm bar from the S5, but found that a 23mm bar would be the 'ideal' for this vehicle. The first production run of these will be available within the next several days.

I figured I'd gauge the interest in a group buy. Respond here and let's see if we can put together a little savings for ourselves.

I believe list price is $279.

Update: See This Tread (http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=303892&p=4144354) - Price will be $250 each including free shipping.

- Jason

Running total of interest - no obligations or anything at this point. Let's go ahead and assume that these are all depending on how good a discount we can get:
1. JasonR
2. JMUCI
3. B_Boy
4. ddun
5. kngfisher
6. A4DK
7. mattstorm
8. nuctech
9. akaisuzu
10. cory_can
11. i3forever
12. amalmarican
13. TonyH215
14. VSO

Most of the discussion for this is happening over on the A4 B8 forum: http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=303892

Alkivar
08-11-2009, 05:44 PM
i wouldn't anticipate the "next several days" being any time soon...
the A5 bar has been "next week" for more than a month and a half now.

JasonR
08-11-2009, 09:04 PM
i wouldn't anticipate the "next several days" being any time soon...
the A5 bar has been "next week" for more than a month and a half now.

Admittedly that's to be taken with a grain of salt. Jim did confirm that these bars are coming in very soon, and I heard from a vendor that the next batch of A5 bars will be after these. I hope they get those delays all sorted out, but from the reviews on the A5/S5 forums it sounds like it will be worth the wait. [drive]

JasonR
08-25-2009, 06:35 PM
Looks like we're on at $250 each including free shipping.

Roughnet13888
10-01-2009, 12:27 AM
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How is that even possible?