OK. I'll PM you the fitting instructions then (to save hijacking @Carlos85 's thread further!), but they should be an OEM fit if the instructions are followed correctly.Yes I think it was.
(BCS)* ApologiesI just spoke to nigel at bsc would fit the back boxes straight on for £60 shocked to find out they only 2.5 miles from my home lol i was nearly heading off to leeds for a job on exhaust but going round looking at exhaust tips tommorrow to go on new back boxes
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Looks like the driving-passion diffuser https://www.driving-passion.com/product-page/custom-rear-diffuser-audi-b8-a4-s4-painted
They are for sale on eBay at £399. Keep thinking of buying one but can’t bring myself to spend that sort of money on some plastic [/QUOT
Cheaper directly from the website (and using the promotions tab)Looks like the driving-passion diffuser https://www.driving-passion.com/product-page/custom-rear-diffuser-audi-b8-a4-s4-painted
They are for sale on eBay at £399. Keep thinking of buying one but can’t bring myself to spend that sort of money on some plastic
Cheaper getting my garage to spray it black
It does state that on the website in multiple locations.thats a bit cheeky of them.
Leave well alone
Sorry @Carlos85, don't want to hijack your thread, but just to respond quickly...
Obvously, painting your original part will be cheaper than buying a quality replacement part in addition to the part you already have (if that's what you mean), but the advantages in doing so include:
- Your original part can remain unmodified (so means you can easily return your car to stock before you sell, just like with aftermarket wheels)
- The replacement part looks much nicer (IMO) than the stock part, and better compliments a modified car
- The replacement part retains a resale value after you revert your car back to stock (e.g. to sell it)... a value that will likely increase when we stop producing them shortly, so they become even more rare and unique
Just a reminder that these parts aren't the usual mass produced Chinese stuff - we've spent a fortune designing and manufacturing these here in the UK (using some of the best designers and manufacturers in the country) and only sell directly to customers.
We've designed them to fit as well as (if not better than) the original parts, for easy DIY install.
It's always been a company run by enthusiasts, for enthusiasts. Our uncompromising approach to quality UK design/production means we will never make a profit - the time, money and effort we've invested to ensure these parts are some of the best quality on the market is an investment we'll never recoup.
We'll stop producing them soon as can't justify subsidising their production indefinitely.
Again, sorry for the thread hijack but just wanted to explain the background!
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Exactly. Not enough people are willing/able to pay a premium for low-volume premium 'boutique' parts, despite (or maybe because of!) already paying for expensive lumps of metalThey look nice, but almost £400 on a piece of plastic! I know we drive Audi, but it's a bit much.
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So I did end up selling the S4 and getting a V8... a 5.0 V8... a supercharged 5.0 V8...
It did 31mpg on the way home and is fairly lively under acceleration!
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Yeah I took the plunge!
So it’s rated at 510ps and 461lb.ft but from all I have read that’s a conservative number, it’s red leather inside with heated and cooled seats, has alcantara roof lining keyless everything, 8 speed ZF that I am very impressed with... I thought I might notice a slower shift but it feels just as good really and is loads smoother.
The driving position is just as good as the avant was nice and low, the wheels don’t look huge but are 285 20” on the back and 255 on the front. The brakes are a big step on from the Audi and the car is quicker once your going quick enough that it doesn’t light up the rears!
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