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    Front Splitter (Cupra) I want one!!

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    Anyone know where i can get the spiltter from on this car, think it is a leon cupra splitter that happens to fit the A4. Anyone knows who fits them also??

    Looks the bo#~ks!!

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    Lol!!

    I deserved that eeeeer!!

    Thank you for that dude. Any idea who would fit this, I'm sure it will slot on the the leon as it's designed to.

    However it will need to be adjusted or alterd in some way to fit the A4. I live in Manchester if any one can help??

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    Dude that's my car... I've written up on how to fit it before in this thread:

    Anyone fitted the Cupra front lip to an S-Line....

    I bought 2 packs of black self-tapping screws - one pack of about 2-3cm long screws & another pack of longer ones (5-6cm).

    I then used my Dremel to modify the tabs on the splitter, smoothing them flat & also trimmed down the central struts. I wanted the splitter to curve up a bit in the middle to follow the line of the bumper, but you're best off trimming a little bit off at a time & then trial-fitting until you decide on how you want it to sit.

    I pre-drilled a hole in each tab (about 20 I think), then positioned the splitter on the car using wide masking tape, making sure it was evenly positioned on each side (where the wheel arch begins, etc)... then it was just a case of screwing through my guide holes into the bottom edge of the bumper using the smaller screws.

    In the pic, you'll see how the central section is hanging down a bit - I hadn't added the longer screws which I have on there now. The splitter struts are kind of V-shaped, so as I screwed it in, it pulled tight.

    My coilovers have settled in now & so the car's a fraction lower. That, combined with the crappy UK roads/camber/ramps/etc has meant I've scraped the splitter a few times. It seems the screws work well as they just pull out when you catch it & you can just put new screws in.

    I like how it finishes off the bumper & looks OEM, but still adds an agressive edge to the car's appearance.
    Phantom Black Audi A4 2.0T FSi Quattro S-Line Special Edition
    RS4 grill | S4 mirrors | Tints: 45% sides, 35% rear screen | EasyStreet AutoPilot + AirLift struts/bags | Touareg ET60 9x19" on 215/35/19 all round | 25mm front, 35mm PCD adapters | EBC Red Stuff pads | Red calipers | RS4 pedals | Late-spec clear corner OEM bi-xenons | Leon Cupra R splitter | RNS-E | Ambient lighting | R8 oil cap | Carbonio & more

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    Thank you for the instructions!! I have just purchased the very same car A4 2.0 T fsi Q Saloon in Black. I'm gonna fit the splitter and pretty much the same suspension with spacers.

    Apart from the occasional catching of the splitter how do you find the ride? is it much harder than normal s line? Also i see you have 17.5mm Spacers f&r, any issues with catching the arches??

    Where did you get the crome mirrors? how much?

    Sorry for all the questions but you have done the exact mods that i was lookng for so your feedback would be a massive help!!

    Thanks in advance!!

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    Also where did you get the white corners and agian how much were they??

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    I have one!!!!!

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    06 A4 2.0T FSi S-Line SE

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardpayne@hotmail.co.uk View Post
    Hi

    Thank you for the instructions!! I have just purchased the very same car A4 2.0 T fsi Q Saloon in Black. I'm gonna fit the splitter and pretty much the same suspension with spacers.

    Apart from the occasional catching of the splitter how do you find the ride? is it much harder than normal s line? Also i see you have 17.5mm Spacers f&r, any issues with catching the arches??

    Where did you get the crome mirrors? how much?

    Sorry for all the questions but you have done the exact mods that i was lookng for so your feedback would be a massive help!!

    Thanks in advance!!
    The rear was rubbing when there were 4 adults in the car but only on the plastic/felt arch liner (which has now worn through hehe). I've got some 15mm spacers to go on the back to give a couple of mm more clearance but I haven't got round to fitting them. The camber is easy to adjust on these cars, so I may get that tweaked a bit too.

    For the wheels I'm running, you need 17.5mm spacers on the front so that they clear the brake calipers. You won't get away with anything less.

    The ride isn't harsh as such, but you do notice undulations in the road & potholes can be a bit more of an issue. However going round corners makes up for it

    The chrome mirrors are In-Pro items I bought via eBay - they were 80 or so inc. postage from Germany I think.

    If you're going as low with the same wheels/spacers, you'll need 225/35/19 tyres or it will rub on the front arches when cornering. I had an issue with a tyre & needed one the same day - all I could get was a 235/35/19 & it rubs a bit, so it'll be coming off & a 225 going on soon.

    I love the way the car looks, but I'm thinking a different set of wheels is on the cards... though I'm having difficulty deciding which ones!
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    RS4 grill | S4 mirrors | Tints: 45% sides, 35% rear screen | EasyStreet AutoPilot + AirLift struts/bags | Touareg ET60 9x19" on 215/35/19 all round | 25mm front, 35mm PCD adapters | EBC Red Stuff pads | Red calipers | RS4 pedals | Late-spec clear corner OEM bi-xenons | Leon Cupra R splitter | RNS-E | Ambient lighting | R8 oil cap | Carbonio & more

 

 

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