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    Cheers Chris, I agree a Votex rear and bigger tips would be better. How much is the Votex they and where to buy them? What do you think about fitting wheel spacers?

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    Votex rear is about £285 from TPS but it does not include center grille but they do different packages which may include the grilles- you need to confirm with the dealer ! Larger tips with Votex rear and front do look wicked and they compliment the s4 door blades ! Good job !
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    That Votex rear spoiler with extra grille and new paint job will be around the £400 mark by the time I've finished and that's just the rear!

    Anyone on wheel spacers please?????

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    Went large on the tips and fitted 4" instead. The Votex rear bumper will have to wait a while, does look better but not 100% as still with the original bumper but cheap to do.

    Can't believe no ones not got an opinion on wheel spacers??





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    It's what you like that matters! What ET are the wheels?
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    Not sure QJames, I was hoping someone could tell by looking at he arches as to how much I could push the wheels out, I reckon I could go 10/15mm without any problems. I would like to know if there are any cons to using wheel spacers. I've used them for years on 4x4 vehicles but not on cars.

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    As long as you buy hubcentric spacers (and make sure they come with longer bolts) then you shouldn't have any problems. It looks like it would benefit from 8-10mm spacers depending on how you like the car to sit.
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    Thanks James.

 

 
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