The Power of Audi Suspensions


A car’s suspension is the system of tires, tire air, springs, shock absorbers and the linkage that connects a vehicle to its wheels and creates motion between the two. Audi’s have some of the best suspensions in the automotive industry. Bahn Brenner Motorsport carries an in depth line of both H&R and Bilstein suspensions for Audi Vehicles. Theses suspensions stand apart from the competition. Here are some of the different aspects of the suspension that allows it run at such a high level.

It’s All About The Ride: The variety of suspension line-up offerings allows the perfect option whether you are looking for a supple ride, increased cornering or if you just want to be lower. BBM pledges to only deliver the highest quality products, and for that regard, it is a great match for Audi.

Wheel Spacers: Only one rule applies, when it comes to all-out-cornering performance and that’s that, wider is really better. Without spending the time and money for bigger wheels and tires, H&R wheel spacers allows you to balance the handling & performance of your car in order to suit your aggressive driving style.

H&R Springs: H&R special springs offers three stages of spring kits. Three different modifications and stages offer the rider exactly what they are looking for. Stage 1 springs provide minimal lowering level and a more aggressive stance. Stage 2 offers more of a styling appearance and 25%-30% increased stiffness. The final, third stage has extreme lowering as well as a firmer and higher performance ride.

The different aspects of a car’s suspension are in-depth. Above are just a few different variations and options that an Audi vehicle provides for it’s drivers. For more information about you Audi’s suspension, feel free to give us a call at 617-364-1722 or fill out our online contact form.

How to Defog Your Car Windshield


imgresGetting in your car and having fogging windows can be a stressful and an annoying situation at any point of the day. Whether it be early in the morning or not, it slows down your commute and can make you late. Luckily, we have a few tips that let you defog your car’s windshield in seconds.

  • One of the more common times in which fogging occurs is during cold and rainy days. It is the difference between the temperature and humidity, inside and outside of the vehicle, which is a primary cause of the fog.
  • To allow your car windshield to defog, we suggest that you let air circulate freely throughout the vehicle. You can simply lower some of the windows and within a few minutes your car will defog.
  • If this doesn’t work, apply the hot air from your car’s heating system directly onto the window. Just crank up the defrosters and you should be good to go.
  • Besides the hot air, you can actually also use the air condoning and cold system of your car. Although it can work, the moisture will evaporate slower because cold air can’t hold as much moisture as warmer air.
  • Rubbing your hands on glass to remove fog temporarily, but it will leave a dirty look. It is suggested you use a mixture of soap and water before cleaning the windows. After cleaning the windows, pass a dry cloth around to remove any of the solution.

Tips for Driving in the Rain


With all the rain the east coast has been hit with these past few weeks and with leaves beginning to fall, it is important that people be aware of the slippery conditions while driving in the rain. Here are a helpful tips while driving in the rain!

wet rainingPrepare your car for wet weather: Check to see that your windshield wipers are working properly and also be sure that your tires are working well. When raining, these are two extremely important aspects of your car that you need working. In case you get stuck, think about leaving a bag of salt or kitty litter in your car.

Drive slower and pay extra attention: Driving in perfect conditions is difficult enough, but adding we weather presents even more challenges. Increased speed, directly results in increased risks. Slow down a bit while driving, and remember that the other cars will be driving slower so plan on leaving early for your destination. Be sure to break extra early and even more gradually than you usually do.

Use extra caution when crossing running water: Enough running water can easily move your car, and even an SUV. If you are unsure about the depth of running water, just turn around and find an alternate route.

What to do once your car starts to hydroplane: Hydroplaning can be one of the scariest things to experience while driving. This happens when all four of your wheels lose contact between the tire and the road. It is suggested that you don’t brake abruptly or turn the wheel. Instead, simply release the gas pedal slowly keep steering straight until you gain traction with the road. If you are in a situation where you must break, lightly apply your foot to the brake pedal. You can also decrease your odds of hydroplaning by following along the tracks created by the car in front of you; just be sure you aren’t following too close.

Following these safety tips will greatly help you out next time you’re driving in rainy conditions. For further information or in the case that you do get in an accident, please feel free to give us a call at 617-364-1722 or fill out our online contact form.

Breast Cancer Month Auto Paint Job


From time to time, ASI Collision Inc. will be showcasing some of the work that we are doing around the shop. From everyday work to fun and unique jobs, we feel it is good for our customers to see some of our work. We paint cars every single day, but this one stood out a little bit for us. We just recently painted this jeep pink for one of our customers, in honor of October/ breast cancer awareness month. We thought it would be something fun to showcase with you all! How often do you see a pink car driving around? Not often.

From customers that are looking for a new color, to chipped and old paint jobs that need to be re-painted to auto body damage painting, we do it all. If you are interested in any auto body painting, feel free to give us a call at 617-364-1722 or fill out our online contact form.

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