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Ibis White A3 Pics

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Scott, Aug 19, 2009.

  1. Scott

    Scott Well-Known Member

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    Hi All,

    Spent 8 hours cleaning the car today, yes 8 hours! after having the door resprayed yesterday. Audi said it's fine to polish and wax the door immediately so I thought what the hell, if it breaks, they fix it!

    The process today was....

    rinse down with p/washer
    snow foam and wipe over using wash mitt
    rinse down and dry using microfibre
    clay using megs clay kit
    rinse and dry again
    polish using AG SRP
    gloss/seal using AG EGP
    finally, wax using collinite 476

    I'm happy with the result. :)

    The car wasn't that dirty before as I cleaned it on Saturday and it's at Audi for 2 days so no before shots.

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    Cheers,
    Scott
     
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  3. evocos

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    Looks great mate,nice work :thumbsup:
     
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  5. Scott

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    thanks guys - took a lot of effort but it's really worth it just to keep having a peek at the pics :) thinking of going a little lower on the back to match the front and some spacers, but not sure how much wider I can go tbh without rubbing.
     
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    15mm rear/10mm front should be fine..
     
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    looks very nice, what other mods do you have planned ?
     
  8. Scott

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    I think the rear would be ok but not sure about the front tbh I'll take some pics when I get a chance with the wheel straight, I'm surprised it doesn't rub now tbh, maybe I need to raise the front a little.

    Thanks mate. Not sure, I know I want spacers but not sure after that, probably just start saving for some new tyres as that'll be the next thing.
     

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