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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by ickleric, Nov 22, 2008.

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    yes just bolts straight on but you will need the new foglight grills and centre grill.
    fog grills are about £15 - £18 each but the centre one is expensive, i think its about £90.
    well worth having though, i did this on my old a4 and it is a very smart transformation.
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    if i found a complete rear s-line bumper as well, does that also bolt on? also does the rear require grills?
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    yes its a straight forward bolt on, easy fit. no grills required on the rear.
    do you know you dont need the whole bumper,the lower sections on front and rear both fit your origial bumpers.
    if your getting them the right money then its worth buying the lot, then sell yours complete.

    is the rear one the right one for your exhausts.
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    do the lower bits bolt on as well? i thought you had to use adhesive and stuff.
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    no adhesive needed, a little trimming on the front but nothing you trim is seen after you clip te new parts on.
    how much you paying for the ones youve seen.
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    just looking at the moment. trying to work out the best options. i was thinking of just getting mine lower bits sprayed, but i love the s-line bumpers. i have a tight budget, so was going to slowly buy the bits i needed.
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    i think the front lower alone is about £90-£100 so the one you linked above isnt bad for the lot,if your cars grey.
    dont bother painting the existing one on the car now as you will always wish youd bought the s-line ones, keep saving up mate,its worth the wait,dont settle for second best,youll never be 100% with it.
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    Nice kit, Isnt that the ATP kit (obviously a Copy)..??
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    whats ATP?
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