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    new pics with splitter

    just finished fitting the cupra r splitter

    what you reckon?

    god it was a ******* to fit after all, but with some self tappers, bit of silicone and most importantly a soldering iron the job was done





    opinions welcome of course

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    Looking good, car could do with going a touch closer to the ground.
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    very nice m8, would it fit an s4 front bumper?
    scooby for now

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    no idea mate is had to be cut and molded to the bumper, wasnt a straight fit by any stretch of the imagination

    everything fits tho, you've just gotta make it fit lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomjim
    Looking good, car could do with going a touch closer to the ground.
    na iv already put on 20mm eibach lowering springs, dont want it any lower than that, ride gets too harsh and it starts catchin on the speed bumps in my university campus

    not worth the hassel for an extra 10mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by theitalian3
    na iv already put on 20mm eibach lowering springs, dont want it any lower than that, ride gets too harsh and it starts catchin on the speed bumps in my university campus

    not worth the hassel for an extra 10mm
    Ah fair play, im a bit obssesed with going low so don't listen to me lol.
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    lol na mate dont get me wrong it would look better slightly lower but as iv said its not worth the hassel

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    It looks ok, I think the splitter suits the profile of the S3 bumper more.



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    Looks OK, but like Jojo says it suits the S3 more.

    Looks like a Halfords stick on jobby IMO
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    Yep so far I havent seen an A3 with the splitter that looks as good as the red S3. Maybe a facelift car with foglights may look better?
    Think ill leave this one.

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    good job. What else u got planned for ya car?

 

 

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