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Cost of bodykit spraying and fitting?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by turbodan, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. turbodan
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    Hello!

    Havent posted on here for a while.

    I know most of you will think im ruining my a3 fitting this bodykit, (i probably am but... ahh well!)

    Just wondered how much i would be expected to pay for the following.

    *Front bumper sprayed & fitted (already primed)
    *Rear bumper apron sprayed & fitted (already primed)
    *Side Skirts sprayed & fitted (already primed) - existing black sideskirts sprayed bodycoloured if needed
    *Rear window spoler sprayed & fitted (not primed)
    *Rear bumper - existing bumper resprayed
    *New twin exit exhaust raised to exit through bumper apron.

    All to be sprayed in silver if that makes any difference!

    Cheers for any info!

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    (Bodykit parts)

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    (Rear spoiler as on audi above)
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    I'd have a guess at the following

    Front bumper sprayed & fitted (already primed) £50
    *Rear bumper apron sprayed & fitted (already primed) £50
    *Side Skirts sprayed & fitted (already primed) - £50
    *Rear window spoler sprayed & fitted (not primed) - £50
    *Rear bumper - existing bumper resprayed - £75
    *New twin exit exhaust raised to exit through bumper apron. £25


    So about £300.00

    Not so keen on the kit but at least you have the full lot, i've seen alot of a3's with just that front bumper recently and it doesnt look right as the rest of the car is too high.
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  3. turbodan
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    Cheers, obviously i will get a few quotes which will vary.

    Anything over £500 i will be wary of.
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    I would think it will cost you more than that, i paid £150 to get my bumper resprayed and i took the it off and refitted it. The labour charges you will pay for fitting will vary depending on the quality of the body kit. Fitting a new body kit to a car can take hours of fettling to get it perfect.
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    Ahh right.

    Got £750 left in account that i can much around with.

    Lets just hope that covers it!
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    For a decent job its gona be £500 minimum i'd say.
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    Have to agree with Joe, the labour time for fitting is not gonna be cheap! Atleast £500-600!
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    Post some pics after you’re done with it, be interesting to see what it looks like!

    Jason
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    Shall do, hoping to get it done in the next week or so.

    Cheers.
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