B7 Audi Wheel Fitment Guide
Author: Sterling Feathers
December 29, 2020
We've had a ton of people ask for this car in a fitment guide so here it is! This guide will cover the Audi B7 platform which ranges from 2004 - 2009 and covers the A4, S4, and RS4. For simplicity sake, we'll focus only on the sedan platform even though you can get the B7 in a wagon or convertible configuration.
Have a wagooooon or convertible? Click the button below to check out recommended fitment for those models in our gallery.
Table of Contents
- Fitment Information
- Fitment with Lowering Springs
- Fitment with Coilovers
- Fitment with Air Suspension
- More Builds
Bolt Pattern: 5x112 mm
Diameter Range: 16 - 20 Inches
Width Range: 7 - 10 Inches
Offset Range: +25 - +45
Fitment with Lowering Springs
- - Build Breakdown
- - Rohana RC7 Review
- - Michelin Pilot Super Sport Review
- - H&R Lowering Springs Review
- Wheels: Rohana RC7 19x9.5 +33
- Tires: Michelin Pilot Super Sport 235/35
- Suspension: H&R Lowering Springs
We'll start with a car on lowering springs. This RS4 is running a set of 19x9.5 +33 Rohana RC7 wheels wrapped in none other than a set of 235/35 Michelin Pilot Super Sports and of course, is resting on a set of H&R Lowering Springs.
Overall, this is fantastic fitment for a car on lowering springs. This setup is clean but aggressive and is the perfect modest step for a car that will look really good without having to slam it to the ground. The owner does mention that this setup rubs so be cautious when going for this one.
You could always head over to the gallery and check out other B7 Audis with lowering springs to find a setup that won't rub quite as much.
Rohana RC7 Review
Rohana makes some bangin wheels and the RC7 is no exception. With a thick 7-spoke design, beautiful contours on the edges, and a smooth finish, the RC7 offers a balance of luxury and aggression that stays true to what Rohana does so well. We typically see these wheels on big-bodied cars like the BMW 7 Series or on coupes like the Mustang, but we think they compliment the B7 RS4 beautifully.
Michelin Pilot Super Sport Review
Alright, we all know this tire so well already but we'll talk about it a little bit anyways. There was a time where you would watch a car review on YouTube about some sort of high-end exotic car or at least a high-performance version of a standard sports car, and they would always come with the Pilot Super Sport from the factory. Why?
Well that's because Michelin created one of the best road-worthy performance tires of all time with this one. The Pilot Super Sport offers a ton of grip in dry conditions without sacrificing a ton of comfort and sound. This tire has become the go-to for a performance tire and is often looked at as the industry's benchmark tire.
- Incredible Grip
- Michelin build quality
- Less road noise than most competitors
- A bit on the expensive side
Michelin Pilot Super Sport Specs:
Price: Starting at $812
Speed Index: Y (186 mph)
Tire Type: Performance
Warranty: 30,000 miles
H&R Lowering Springs Review
Wrapping up our first build is the H&R Lowering Springs. H&R has been around for quite some time and has had their hand in motorsports and even been featured in video games like Need for Speed Underground 2. Their lowering springs are very nice quality and offer a budget-friendly but reliable way to lower your car while maintaining most of your factory ride quality.
Fitment with Coilovers
- Wheels: ADV.1 19x10 +20
- Tires: Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 255/35
- Suspension: Coilovers
This next build is for those of you who want to run coilovers instead of just lowering springs. This car is running some ADV.1 ADV10 wheels, 19x10 +20, with a set on Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires, 255/35 in size. We can see that this setup is a little more purpose built and keeps a mean stance while not being undrivable. This is a super clean and simple setup that compliments the RS4 really well.
This setup will require a little bit of modification to the fender liners, but not much. Once you do that, this owner says that the car doesn't rub!
Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 Review
The perfect balance between performance and comfort. The Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 is a very popular tire with performance enthusiasts because of its relatively low cost, low road-noise, and fantastic grip. These tires make the perfect addition to any daily driver that tends to see the occasional twisty back road or autocross weekend. Not to mention, they look very aggressive which can help tie the entire build together. Nobody wants an ugly tire.
Fitment on Air Suspension
- Wheels: Rotiform RSE 19x10 +35
- Tires: Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 255/35
- Suspension: AirLift Performance Air Suspension
Last but certainly not least, we have the B7 Audi with Air Suspension. This is setup definitely caters to the show scene with a set of 19x10 +35 Rotiform RSE wheels, another set of 255/35 Indy 500 tires, and none other than AirLift Performance air suspension. This car has rolled fenders and thanks to the air setup, no rubbing issues at all!
Rotiform RSE Review
Rotiform is one of the biggest names in the Euro scene and the RSE is one of the company's most popular wheel models, especially with VW/Audi owners. The RSE features a multi-spoke design, large center cap, and the ability to run the Rotiform AeroDisc. These wheels tend to look good on just about any Euro car and we love how they look on the RS4.
AirLift Air Suspension Review
Last but not least, we bring in AirLift Performance air suspension. AirLift is arguably the biggest name in the air suspension industry and is known for their high quality, reliable products. Air suspension allows you to remotely raise and lower your car at will and has become a staple in show builds around the world. If you want to achieve the lowest ride height and with a ton of adjustability, there's no better option.