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Some RS3 interior upgrades... done

Discussion in 'RS3 Forum (8P & 8V Chassis)' started by klauster, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. klauster
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    klauster Well-Known Member

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    [Oct 21, 2013]
    For me the RS3 needed a few little tweaks to make the interior that much nicer and to feel a bit more special... So I have made a few changes...

    Comments welcome

    First some carbon fibre

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    Then a little more leather

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    Then a bit more leather

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    Feels that little bit sexier now :beerchug:
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    Wow, that little bit just makes it so much more nice and effective believe it or not. They are not major modifications but they do make a massive difference.
    Very nice indeed :)
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    [Oct 21, 2013]
    That looks lovely, how's the finish on the leather trim does it look OEM? Who did your carbon work in the end?
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    I can't be 100% sure but the leather is an exact match and so is the stitching, it looks like the supplier is getting their hands on Audi leather :)

    Guy in Birmingham did it for me in the end, really pleased with it
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    Stunning !!! And such a subtle mod as well, I'd like the details of the chap who did the leather work please. :respekt:
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    wow.

    The carbon does make a big difference.

    Trups
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    [Oct 22, 2013]
    Impressive, looks OEM I like that a lot.
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    Smiles better. Very tempted top get the door blades done in carbon, to help reduce the surface swirls that they pick up over time.

    I did machine polish them a few months again, but the faint, light scratches are back.
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    [Nov 28, 2013]
    Very nice klauster looks lovely :)
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    Looks very nice. My original RS3 order had the extended leather pack. However it was to be...:bye:

    Carbon cappings look good, won't show the swirls like the black ones.
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    [Dec 20, 2013]
    a few more bits...

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    think im nearly done with the interior now :hi:
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