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    BTW nice pics, cars are looking good - I think I'm now sold on the FK grille although I'll be going for the badged version
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    Cheers!
    my car is liquid blue
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    Good pics. Always liked the RS6 style wheels on the A3, but that black badgeless grill looks naff, kind of a gaping black hole on the front of the car.
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    Those RS6 wheels look great! What is the sellers name on ebayer as link doesn't exist anymore? Thanks

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    Those RS6 wheels look great! What is the sellers name on ebayer as link doesn't exist anymore? Thanks

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    both are gorgeous

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    i think you should give me those RS6 rims

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    Learn how to park properly:





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    Liquid blue is a rare colour and its one of my faves, I looked for an s line that colour but they were not existant to settle for akoya! The A4 cabs also look great in liquid blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maninthestreet View Post
    Learn how to park properly:




    Liking that idea, counters the idiots who park next to your door.

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    great pics, love the wheels on both cars, can't tell which one is better :D

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    Both look very nice,would look slightly better lowered imho
    A3,tdi sportback,remaped,custom turbo back zorst,green filter,19"speedlines,airlift ,xenons,votex side skirts & spoiler,smoothed sline front,s3 back bumper, s3 mirror's,red nappa,s3 vents,pedals, gearknob,fbmfsw,opensky and more. ow and an RS4

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    Is the front splitter on Piers' car the Cupra R splitter? If so, how much do they normally go for from the dealers and are they difficult to fit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellz View Post
    Is the front splitter on Piers' car the Cupra R splitter? If so, how much do they normally go for from the dealers and are they difficult to fit?
    Yeah mate it is the cupra r splitter,i have one on mine,there about 18 from dealers and very easy to fit
    A3,tdi sportback,remaped,custom turbo back zorst,green filter,19"speedlines,airlift ,xenons,votex side skirts & spoiler,smoothed sline front,s3 back bumper, s3 mirror's,red nappa,s3 vents,pedals, gearknob,fbmfsw,opensky and more. ow and an RS4

    For sale ....dolphin grey tdi 2006 front and back bumpers with grill,fogs etc,mirrors,sportback standard rear lights and mudflaps.
    All going cheap lol
    Also my mint 19 x 9 polished and red faced speedlines,with all good toyo t1rs,coming soon :o)

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    They're about 32 from the stealers now, after they realised they were sought after parts they bumped the price up. Still a cheap effective mod if you're into that sort of thing though.

 

 
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