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Cupra r Splitter : Lining it up on an S-Line bumper ??

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by wyliss, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. wyliss
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    The S-Line bumper has a small mouth at the bottom of it with two very small posts vertically.
    Have people found that the above posts do not line up with the ones on the splitter?
    I'm attempting this mod in a day or two so any help appreciated.
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    Bean5 kidney bean

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    hi mate i have a B6 a4 sline and also having simlar problems, also on my shape sline bumper the "mouth" is wider than that of the mouth of the splitter, so you are left with a triangular shaped hole between the two,

    also the "posts" on the splitter are they to be cut in to the bumper?
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    Could you post photos of this mod please.....good luck,where did get the splitter from,

    Cheers,
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    tps in stoke a while back, £25 lol
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    the supra splitter fits b6 b7 s-line and non s-line
    the posts on the splitter need cutting theres quite a few guides on the net
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    Lots of pics around of it when done. Just make sure the posts are central and it will be fine.
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    Have seen pics of it done but not sure how best to fit it.
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    self tappers lol
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    I agree that's how I fitted mine, it's easier than you think took me less than half an hour.
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    Once the splitter is fitted the vertical posts on the bumper do not line up with the vertical posts on the splitter.....Is this correct?
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    Correct. Its meant for a different car so wont be a perfect fit, but is good enough.
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    i would like to see you line them up and then look at it, bet it would be smiling at you :scared2:
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    Ok splitter is about to go on !
    Did any of you put screws in near to the left and right of the upper posts or did you only use the tabs as securing points which are laready on the splitter?
    Cheers
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    No I just used 2 longer screws that go through the 2 post then small self taper on the flatter parts they go in very easy the main thing is to get it positioned correctly.
    Get some pictures up when you have finished.
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