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Ryans Audi A4 with Fly's LEDs

This month’s Featured Ride is a friend of mine through Audizine.com and Facebook – Ryan Worthington’s 2007 Audi A4 Quattro Titanium Package.  His tastefully modded 6 speed manual 2.0T is equal parts show and go, a great example of what the A4 platform is capable of…you might even recognize it from his videos on Vimeo, his posts on Audizine, or my last Facebook Fan Friday!

What really drew my attention to Ryan’s ride is the really cool videos he has taken – you can tell he really enjoys this car, and these videos remind you of the sure enjoyment of just getting away from it all and going for a cruise on a nice day with the windows down, the stereo cranked and leaving all your troubles behind.

Audi A4 – Car Mount from Ryan Worthington on Vimeo.

Audi – Spunky Cyn. from Ryan Worthington on Vimeo.

Seriously – how cool is that? Check out how he mounted his camera too – I have to admit I’d be nervous doing this with mine!

Audi A4 Camera Mount
Here is a glimpse of his mod list – all very nice parts! I have a feeling he might have even left some out, as looking through the pictures I’m spotting all kinds of very subtle differences and enhancements to his car over your average A4.


Exterior Mods:
– Halogen to Bi-Xenon Conversion
– Fly’s v4 LEDs
– Cupra Lip
– B7 S4 Mirrors
– Black side markers
– Black/chrome plate filler
– 15% Rear tint, 35% Front tint


– B6 Recaro Seats (installed with help of my DIY write-up)
– RNS-E Navigation unit
– Podi Electronic Boost Gauge


Wheels, Brakes & Suspension:
– OEM 18×8 Titanium Wheels with H&R Spacers (10mm F, 15mm R)
– 19″ Vellano VSO Wheels Staggered – 19×8.5 EtT32 Front (5mm spacer), 19×9.5 ET29 Rear (No spacer)
– Adams Rotor’s Drill/Drill/Slot pattern
– D2 Racing RS Coilovers
– RS4 Rear Sway Bar


Performance Mods:
– Stage 2 Revo Tune
– APR Catback Exhaust
– Eurocode 3″ test pipe


Thanks for sharing your pics and videos Ryan, very cool stuff. Here’s a few extra pictures for good measure!



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About the author: Nick Roshon


Nick has been an Audi owner and fanatic for the last 10 years, and started Nick's Car Blog in 2009 to share DIYs and pictures of his A4. Currently he drives a 2012 Audi TT-RS, and has previously owned a B7 S4, B7 A4, and an 82 Audi Coupe (GT) LeMons race car. In his day job, Nick is a digital marketer and lives in San Diego, CA, USA.


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  1. Those videos are really well done, what did they use to attach the camera to the side of the car?

  2. Good question! I updated the post to show a pic as his Camera Mount setup is pretty unique!

  3. Wow with a camera like that you’d better hope that mount doesn’t fall off!!!

  4. wow modification audi A4 car is superb, in accordance with purposes. .
    thanks for sharing

  5. That is really a nice Audi, those are some really nice modifications. I would also be a bit nervous attaching my camera like that lol.


  6. Where did u get the front splitter?

  7. It’s the front splittler for the SEAT Cupra R – often called the “Seat Cupra R lip” – you can order through any Audi/VW dealer or find them online somewhere. You have to trim the two center parts and then it just bolts right on!

  8. What kind of bike rack is that, and how do you like it??

  9. It’s a Thule rack and I believe Ryan (the owner) really liked it.

  10. LEDs in headlights. What are they called? Where can I buy them?

  11. They’re custom made by a guy named fly300kts on Audizine. You can PM him here: http://www.audizine.com/forum/member.php/34255-fly300kts

  12. This inspired me to buy a roof rack

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