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    S-Line Bodykit?

    Hey all!

    I am seriously thinking about putting a body kit on my untouched 130 TDI (02) and am leaning towards the S-Line kit. Few things I'd like to know though if anyone can help me;

    1. Anyone know of a company that supplies the full kit? Whilst I live in N Ireland I would buy from mainland if delivery was an option.
    2. Excluding fitting and painting, what sort of price would you pay for full kit incl spoiler (roughly)?
    3. Is S-Line kit the best/nicest option?

    Thanks in advance for any help at all!

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    1. I'm not aware of any replica kits.
    2. Most people end up buying them from TPS I believe, not sure if you have them in NI? The valances are roughly £15o each, three front grilles probably £130 ish and I'm not sure on the spoiler, saloon or avant? Probably £120-150. (figures off the top of my head).
    3. That's a decision only you can answer...
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    Think dpbayly on here bought full votex kit he should know prices for that don't think it was cheap mind I have an sline so already got the kit on but if I was upgrading a standard one I'd go votex I reckon

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    what's the difference between the s line and vortex kits, anyone got any pics?

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    My sline front front



    Side view



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    Last edited by rob0904; 9th April 2013 at 10:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmike01uk View Post
    what's the difference between the s line and votex kits, anyone got any pics?
    Search, and ye shall find.

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    I did it all to mine too
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    Quote Originally Posted by quattrojames View Post
    Search, and ye shall find.

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    you are like the oracle, thanks for the link

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    The S Line spoiler is near £200 last time I checked. I went for an ABT spoiler... I've not compared it to an S Line one, but it's very similar. I paid £130. Only thing I had to do was get a few parts of it filled (as there's a recess on the bottom & a tiny one on the top bearing the ABT logo & I wanted it smooth)
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    My full Votex kit comprised of front valance with grills, rear valance and grills, side skirts and a rear spoiler (in my case roof tip which is a more exaggerated version of the standard sport one around twice the size) and the lot came to £937 inc vat mine was a stock SE to start with and this kit is designed to fit straight over the stock lowers.






    8K xenon upgrade-LED side lights-LED number plate bulbs-Apex springs-B5 perches-Votex front & rear valance, side skirts, roof spoiler-LED Fog re-wired as DRL's-DRL's wired as see you home lights-Rear lights tinted-centre box removed-4" tail pipes-LCR front splitter-Spacers Front18mm Rear19mm-S4 door blades-RS4 style grill-B7 aero wipers-K sport 8 pot caliper 356mm 2 piece discs - 19x8.5 Cades Apollo wheels-De-chromed roof bars and window surrounds-Engine bay tart up-Window tints-RS4 rear ARB

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmike01uk View Post
    you are like the oracle, thanks for the link
    There's always lots of confusion over this, hence I compiled the sticky.
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    Who knows but its almost certainly not a Genuine audi kit, all the genuine ones are in James' bumper thread,
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    Don't mind if it's not genuine as most body kits aren't. I like the look of that one I posted.

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    That looks like A4 B6 Votex side skirts with an A4 B7 rear S-line bumper valance. Can't see enough of the front though to say what is on there



    I got my front valance used for £65, got the front centre grille used for £20 and bought the fog grilles from Audi new for ~£40. I got the door blades used for £50 and got a replica roof spoiler for £45 from ebay. I opted to just colour code normal side skirts and rear bumper. The s-line side skirts are just painted standard side skirts unless the wider versions were specified at purchase

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkincoupe View Post
    That looks like A4 B6 Votex side skirts with an A4 B7 rear S-line bumper valance. Can't see enough of the front though to say what is on there
    I don't think that's a B7 rear valence, they don't have such a pronounced vent behind the wheels, looks a bit like the S4 25quattro special edition they did in the US (but obviously isn't) - pic below, and also B7's have a one piece rear bumper. the fit and finish looks terrible on that, I can't see any of it being original.

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    Thanks again guys.

    I'm a real tit when it comes to this because I have never had to do this before so please bear with me, if you will!

    Break it down for me so I can get a clearer picture, what parts do I actually need?

    Side skirts
    Rear boot spoiler
    Front bumper
    Back bumper

    Is that correct? Is that all or is there more?

    Again thanks in advance for your patience.

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    Ive seen the kit in that pic before and im pretty sure they are autovouge kit id go votex as theyre oem and you knw itl fit and look good.

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    That kit in the link looks pants think you've gotta stick to audi oem for it to look good looks like a ram raid on halfords that one

 

 

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