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Exhaust trims

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Vazza, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. Vazza

    Vazza Member

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  3. BASS 666

    BASS 666 BMW aye right dead on..

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    wish i could improve my girlfriends back end ......
     
  4. brough74

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    look quite nice, i could do with some for my girlfriends A3 sport as it has the optional body kit and the exhaust finishes under the rear splitter
     
  5. sub39h

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    muuuuuch better

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  6. Christer

    Christer Engage the beige!

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    Get her a gym-membership?
     
  7. welshwoody

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    I hope you dont take this the wrond way but I bought these a few weeks back and i dont think youve pushed them on all the way? Did you do the half twist before pushing them on? Mine fit really snugly and theres no sign of the interior bracket on them at all...Ill take a picture in the light tomorrow to show you what I mean....Either way they are very nice!
     
  8. welshwoody

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    OK I just took 2 pictures in the dark, sorry there so dirty too, only been on about a month but fit snugly rite up to the existing pipes perfectly...
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  9. Ash B

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    Looks much better, a spoiler would finish the rear end nicely
     
  10. Vazza

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    Yeah noticed in the instructions it says the edge of the exhaust should line up withe the tips and I did the half turn before pushing them in but they wouldn't go past those spring loaded brackets. Will use a bit more force to push them in tomorrow. Thanks for the pics too.
     
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    Fitted mine last night took a bit to push in the end used the side of my fist to knock it on
     
  12. Vazza

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    Side of the fist worked a charm...the trims fitted properly :blush::

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    much better!!
     
  14. musicegbdf

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    OK my was build week 45 (last week) so hopefully it is in transit to the UK.. Those trims look nice and might invest in them . Two questions any reason for going for stainless steel over chrome ones... and do you think they might trap water and cause the pipes to rust underneath ?

    Thks
    Music
     
  15. martinivw

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    Anyone have part numbers for these trims???
    Ta
     
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