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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by dest, Sep 18, 2011.

  1. dest

    dest Member

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    I went for the CX Racing one, the end tanks and pipes are modified to allow for keeping all of the bumper grills

    Before, with RS4 coolers
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    After, the oil cooler is now located where the nearside cooler was
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    All finished!
    The difference is very noticable, it pulls so hard now, cant wait to get the map adjusted, its going to clear 500bhp no problem :D

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    All work done by Bahnstorm in Northampton, very pleased with everything, Aiden never disapoints!
     
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  3. jcb

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    I like your bumper.
    same as mine but your mesh looks better.
    Did you do it? what did you use? any pics?
     
  4. dest

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    I didnt do it, but it was done with RS4 style mesh from ebay, its a near perfect match to the genuine RS4 grill mesh.
    Infact, it matches better than the grills from a genuine RS4 bumper!

    A few more pics for you:

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  5. Broken Byzan

    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator
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    I like that, Good work keeping it hidden
     
  6. dest

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    Cheers!
    I simply refuse to have pipes sticking out of the bumper on a front mount, they look rediculous
     
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    your car looks stunning mate, hats off to you :respekt:
     
  8. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!"
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    Thats lush.

    Who did the modifications? I 'spect craig will be going down the CX route too and it looks soo much better hidden away like that.
     
  9. Foxmeister

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    Lovely, great looking car with nice power to boot!
     
  10. gary3306

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    Gorgeous car mate.
     
  11. dest

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    It was done by Aiden at Bahnstorm in Northampton
     
  12. jcb

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    good work on the grills
    must get some decent mesh
     
  13. Scott_

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    Your car looks fantastic mate. Good work
     
  14. Geeman

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    I really like this.

    What suspension are you running...?
     
  15. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!"
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    its in his sig :p

    Eibach Pro Street S
     
  16. Geeman

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    Sorry... I was mesmerized with the pics, so didn't even look at all the writing! lol
     
  17. adidasandy

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    Dest, where is you fan now situated? Been looking at these kits but want one similar to yours where it's not chavtastic.
     
  18. dest

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    No need for the aircon fan in the uk, it doesn't make any difference day to day.
    the only time it might do is on a very hot day if you had the climate on cold and you weren't moving.
    sonot really a problem in the uk!
     
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    What mods did you have to carry out to the bumper/car etc. Was it a straight forward fit? Really tempted now especially after seeing them on Ebay for £300
     

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