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    Established Member Two Rings AXARUNNER's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AXARUNNER View Post



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    What size rims/tires?

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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings Sean@TAG's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by noblesse View Post
    Just curious, has anyone installed K.W HAS springs with EDC on the B9 A4 yet? I think I went through the post and haven't seen anyone with it yet. I'm still debating whether I should go for coilovers or the K.W HAS springs, for low end coilovers like H&R it would be the same price but compared to Bilsteins they are less than half the price. The only reason why I'm even considering the HAS springs is because I can keep the EDC function.
    Just started our HAS install on our B9 S4 last night!! Stay tuned!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinmaster7 View Post
    for those interested I seen on ECS today that Bilstein B16 PSS10 Coilover Kit is available for B9 A4 (both FWD and AWD)
    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-bilstein...48-262316~bil/
    For build dates up to 7/16/2016 only. They must still be working on the kits for A4's built after 7/2016.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmanueleDesign View Post
    I wouldn't generalize to say that lowering springs = blown shocks. The shocks/struts are meant to dampen the energy produced by the coil springs as they compress and rebound. Without dampers, the car would continue bouncing after every bump. On many progressive lowering spring applications, the suspension will exhibit noticeable bounce from day 1, suggesting that the dampers are under-matched for the spring application. This excess strain will understandably lead to added stress on the dampers.

    In general, a linear spring (as most OEM applications are) is much easier to dampen. By using a linear spring design, with heights that keep the dampers within their range of travel, you can expect improved ride quality and less strain on the dampers when compared with other options.
    Interested. When I had H&R OE Sport Springs for my S4 they were really bouncy at speed, especially on the highway over dips. I put them on around 5k miles but they just seemed too unsafe for my tastes. I eventually switched to coilovers (2 sets actually, lol) and the ride was much better presumably because of the matched dampers. Through your testing, have you noticed any of the issues I described, especially on non-sport suspensions? TIA!
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    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Four Rings EmmanueleDesign's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptper View Post
    Interested. When I had H&R OE Sport Springs for my S4 they were really bouncy at speed, especially on the highway over dips. I put them on around 5k miles but they just seemed too unsafe for my tastes. I eventually switched to coilovers (2 sets actually, lol) and the ride was much better presumably because of the matched dampers. Through your testing, have you noticed any of the issues I described, especially on non-sport suspensions? TIA!
    Much of our testing was on a non-sport car for this very reason. The most common complaints that we receive with lowered cars are bounciness and crashing (over large dips/bumps). Our own experience with our lowering springs is that dampening and ride quality are largely indiscernible versus stock, a sentiment that has been echoed by many customers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmanueleDesign View Post
    Much of our testing was on a non-sport car for this very reason. The most common complaints that we receive with lowered cars are bounciness and crashing (over large dips/bumps). Our own experience with our lowering springs is that dampening and ride quality are largely indiscernible versus stock, a sentiment that has been echoed by many customers.
    Good to know, thanks. So, your rear bump stops are a strong recommendation to preserve even more oem-like ride quality?
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    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Four Rings EmmanueleDesign's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptper View Post
    Good to know, thanks. So, your rear bump stops are a strong recommendation to preserve even more oem-like ride quality?
    The front bump stops are beneficial to the non-S cars. S-Line suspension cars can leave the bump stops in tact as they are shorter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean@TAG View Post
    Just started our HAS install on our B9 S4 last night!! Stay tuned!!
    VERY interested in seeing results. I'm thinking of going this route on an Allroad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean@TAG View Post
    Just started our HAS install on our B9 S4 last night!! Stay tuned!!
    Same here!
    Very interested in the HAS springs especially since KW Germany told me they have no test Allroad available and are therefore not offered for it.

    Do you know do they fit the B9 Allroad?
    What's the drop?

    I'd buy them asap if they fit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TAGMotorsports View Post




    Another example of the H&R Sport Lowering springs




    B9 A4 Sport Spring with Sport Suspension
    Lowering Front: 0.8
    Lowering Rear: 0.8

    B9 A4 Sport Spring without Sport Suspension
    Lowering Front: 1.6
    Lowering Rear: 1.6

    B9 S4 Sport Spring
    Lowering Front: 0.8
    Lowering Rear: 0.8

    Works with Adaptive Suspension


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    what are the spring rates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibu11et View Post
    Just picked these up.

    do u know what the spring rates are for these.

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    Here is a KW HAS example

    -20x10" Rotiform CCV machined Finish
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    -KW HAS




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    Quote Originally Posted by TAGMotorsports View Post


    Here is a KW HAS example

    -20x10" Rotiform CCV machined Finish
    -255/30/20 Pirelli P Zero Tires
    -KW HAS




    If you have any questions feel free to contact us HERE
    Iím interested in potentially going this route for my Allroad but really need to see examples of the springs all the way up at the highest point as well as the lowest. From the picture you posted you canít really tell anything about the main benefit of these springs which is the fact that theyíre adjustable. Not trying to be a pain just trying to figure out which route I would like to go and I need to be sure that the Allroad wonít be slammed because it wonít survive the NYC streets if it is.

    Also, any feedback from you guys or anyone about the comfort and ride with the HAS?




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