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Old 04-12-17, 10:37 PM   #11
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My problem is finding a set of 15's, would like to keep it looking standard.
I have Audi stamped Speedline SL359 wheels on my 87 cq, they are 7x 15 ET45. Alas nowhere near the car so can't check tyre sizes. Think these wheels may be easier to obtain than 4 stud 15inch Ronals.
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Old 07-12-17, 01:13 PM   #12
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2.3 7A 20v with bag-o-snakes exhaust manifold, ported cylinder head, later 4 plug ECU, with Bosch fuel injectors, 280mm front discs with G60 twin piston calipers rear 278mm solid disc with standard calipers, 26mm front anti roll bar with diy solid drop links (no rubber bushes), diy 22mm rear anti roll bar, Koni adjustable shocks, H&R lowered coils, 65mm Powerflow exhaust, diy front and rear strut brace, I do a little bit of hill climbing with it.





Probably a bit more power than the projected 150bhp my 2ltr DZ engine is putting out.
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Old 07-12-17, 05:10 PM   #13
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2.3 7A 20v with bag-o-snakes exhaust manifold, ported cylinder head, later 4 plug ECU, with Bosch fuel injectors, 280mm front discs with G60 twin piston calipers rear 278mm solid disc with standard calipers, 26mm front anti roll bar with diy solid drop links (no rubber bushes), diy 22mm rear anti roll bar, Koni adjustable shocks, H&R lowered coils, 65mm Powerflow exhaust, diy front and rear strut brace, I do a little bit of hill climbing with it.





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Old 07-12-17, 06:24 PM   #14
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You could be in luck as I have a set

http://imgur.com/gXWmw8U
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Ok, I'm in a bit of a quandary. I can get a set of new Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2s for 364 delivered (This will be for one of their standard colours which are gloss black, matt black, anthracite grey, silver, white and gold).or 400+ plus delivery for Ronal R8s. Not sure which way to go

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Old 12-12-17, 12:26 PM   #16
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Ronal R8's all day long for me, prefer original if sticking with 15's, I know the car's somewhat modfied but personally not a fan of the 12 spoke dynamics wheels.
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Ronals.
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Ronals and at 400 there in new condition a bargain 👍
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