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    High resolution pics of the new Audi RS4

    High resolution pics of the new Audi RS4.

    Short facts:
    V8 FSI 420 bhp Revving to 8.250 rpm
    New, improved quattro
    18-inch brake system
    Starter button
    Sports button in the steering wheel
    Sporty ESP
    Variable damper control (DRC)


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    RS6.com specials





    And some bonus pictures









    quattro Pikes Peak







    Large pics with details from the new Audi RS4.





















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    WOW, thanks Erik. I love the RS6.com logo.
    http://kak.net/audi/audi-r8r.htm

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    Re: Even higher resolution

    Originally posted by McBurn4ever
    Do you call that high resolution?
    This is even higher...


    now those are some hi res pix. I thought i was in the car!

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    Yea. It really does feel like you r in the car. Thats cool.

    The headighs have a spot ovet the xenon light that bends the light somehow!

    I wonder if it means anything that those pics are US spec, with mph instead of kph?
    Last edited by R8isGreat; February 22nd, 2005 at 23:44.
    http://kak.net/audi/audi-r8r.htm

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    whoa great links guys.

    gigantic pics!

    thanks.

    :thumb: Buckle Up and Enjoy The Ride.

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    Good stuff, thanks for the pics!

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    Thank you, I could get the size of the tire and wheel combo w/ those shots. 255/35/19's. Finally some good meat on an Audi.

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    Originally posted by Audihead
    255/35/19's. Finally some good meat on an Audi.

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    "Finally"?

    Umm, that's the same size as the RS 6 tires.

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    check out the RS4 logo on the brake pads, really cool

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    Originally posted by jonas_dg
    check out the RS4 logo on the brake pads, really cool
    Same RS logo as seen on the Beast

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    I can't wait...I'm trading in the B5 s4 for this beast in a couple yrs!
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    Wow, you can read the tire size!? I was trying, but couldn't see it. Got 20/20 vision...probably the monitor from 1996.

    So..19-inch wheels and 35 (does this refer to millimeters?) sidewall...looks very good, hope it rides OK. But all I'm expecting in this type of car is OK - just not bad.

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    Originally posted by rks838
    Wow, you can read the tire size!? I was trying, but couldn't see it. Got 20/20 vision...probably the monitor from 1996.

    So..19-inch wheels and 35 (does this refer to millimeters?) sidewall...looks very good, hope it rides OK. But all I'm expecting in this type of car is OK - just not bad.
    yes, but the 255 is the width of the tires in mm and the 35 is the proportion (?) of the thickness of the tire in comparison with the width(low profile).

    Greetz Johan

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    Originally posted by freerider
    yes, but the 255 is the width of the tires in mm and the 35 is the proportion (?) of the thickness of the tire in comparison with the width(low profile).

    Greetz Johan
    the profile is 35% of the 255 mm width.
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    Originally posted by Matteus
    the profile is 35% of the 255 mm width.
    Really, that comes out to a 89.25mm side wall. That seems rather large?

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    It's not in percentage (as far as I know). It's 255/35 = 7.28 cm

    Greetz Johan

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    Originally posted by freerider
    It's not in percentage (as far as I know). It's 255/35 = 7.28 cm

    Greetz Johan
    255/35 is 7.28 yes. But that is not percentage. 255 x 35% = 8.925mm, which seems big!

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