Super Street Network

 |   |   |  New Raceland Suspensions For Audi & VW
Subscribe to the Free
Newsletter

New Raceland Suspensions For Audi & VW

B8 A4/S4 coilover kit and MK4/5 Golf/Jetta airbags now available

Jan 25, 2017

Raceland’s ever-expanding lineup of suspension kits now includes a coilover kit for the Audi B8 A4 and S4 compact executive car and an airbag setup for Mark IV and Mark V Volkswagen Golf and Jetta.

The Raceland B8 coilovers work with all 2008 to 2015 A4 and S4. The kit provides height adjustability intended for daily use with a balance of performance and street comfort. With powder coated shock bodies and hard anodized components, the coilovers will have height adjustments from 1-3 inches lower than factory height. Manufacturer suggested retail price is pegged at $369.

2017 Audi A4
$38,700 Base Model (MSRP) 27/37 MPG Fuel Economy
Volkswagen AIR BAGS.JPG Photo 2/2   |   Volkswagen AIR BAGS

The Raceland airbag system is ideal for those looking for the perfect stance with no compromise. The airbag system allows for ride height changes to be made at the touch of a button and offer adjustable lower shock mounts to ensure proper shock length and to not compromise ride quality and performance. The Raceland airbag systems are available for all 1999 to 2013 Golf and Jetta and come with a price tag of $899.

For information on these kits and the rest of the Raceland product lineup, make sure to visit raceland.com.

Bob Hernandez
533 Articles

BROWSE CARS BY MARKET

MORE HOW TO

Volume up ride height down, we begin some mild modifications for a daily driven Audi S6
Michael FebboJun 26, 2017
Nobody has to tell you adjustable coilovers are just about the most versatile suspension upgrade you can make.
Aaron BonkJun 21, 2017
At 200hp, the FR-S/BRZ/86 is a bit feeble in the power department. Enter Edelbrock's CARB legal E-Force supercharger kit.
Mark GearhartJun 20, 2017
Project LS350Z gets its new V8 heart with help from Fueled Racing
Mark GearhartMay 31, 2017
'90s Hondas are cool, but there are a lot of reasons why they continue to rule just about any FWD-based track event
Aaron BonkMay 24, 2017
Sponsored Links

SEARCH ARTICLES BY MAKE/MODEL

Search
CLOSE X
BUYER'S GUIDE
SEE THE ALL NEW
NEWS, REVIEWS & SPECS
TO TOP