Sep 23, 2011
Hi mate where did you find your front splitter and price? Makes your car look wicked!
1) Picture of your car
2)Brand of coilover/suspension -
- 45mm spax springs
3)wheel and offset -
- 19" RS4 style wheels
4)Tyre and size -
- 235/35/19 p zero tyres
5) spacer brand/thickness
6) other info (fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends, etc)
Eibach Sprtline springs 50/40mm drop.
I don't know what the wheels are called, but they're Audi upgrades
No spacers, at the moment!
Arches not rolled, and no rubbing.
But pics without any kind of specs are worthless to other users Suspension, tyres etc.???
nice love the colour on them wheels.
nice drop mate :icon_thumright:
Got some slightly better pics of mine on friday..
2) Brand Of Coilover/Suspension/Air Ride
FK AK Street Coilovers
3) Wheel And Offset
BBS CH 18x8j Et45
4)Tyre And Size
5)Spacer - Brand And Thickness
6) Other info(fender rolling, replacement tie rod ends etc)
2) H&R 50mm springs, standard shocks
3) Standard Sline alloys refubed in satin black
4) 225/40 r18
5) H&R 12mm spacers rear, 10mm front
Anyone else get rubbing on the back?
looks great. yes everyone with spacers seems to suffer. there is a screw in the rear arch liner holding the rear bumper on (not only this one) remove it! it should stop your rubbing!!
Yeah i have seen the offending screw but it seems like it may provide an important purpose ha. However it only rubs on the edge of the screw so i will removed them both at the weekend and grind them down slightly, either that or i put slightly stretched tyres on.
Air lift struts, easystreet digital managment, 5 gal skinny tank, dual 480cc compressors
OZ Superlegera III 8j et35 fronts 9j et35 rear
falken FK452 tyres 215/35/19 all round
mate, i felt the same way towards the screw. Trust me it has almost no purpose. Mine has been out for over a year. the bumper sits exactly where it should and zero rubbing!
Thats the advice i needed, consider the screws removed haha.
lol good man!
b19ctr have you removed your arch liners completely?? Looks the dogs b****cks like
Sort of they have been cut out at the top and i've removed the screw for the rear bumper
Just when you think your car looks soooooooo badass, a bagger shows up and steals the show. Nice pics! Love love love it
Appologies for the late response. Not checked this thread for a while.
It is just a standard S Line bumper Andy, it maybe the angle of the photo that makes it look different.
some of these cars are just ....... i will stick mine on here in a few weeks/months/years when i get some decent wheels lol
AP Coilovers ( not all the way down)
18" Genuine speedlines ET54
225 40 18's
10mm spacers front
12mm spacers rear
front and rear arch screws removed
How is this for a stance.
Not good, I'd say. Looks like an R/C car.
not my cup of t
TDi man you car looks like great! A really splendid example of a 8P1 hats off to you on some tidy work, and she goes like stink to so more props coming your way!
Latest wheels 20 x 8.5 ET45 with 225/30/20 all round. 5mm spacer out back
Nathan that's just EPIC!!!
Epicness indeed! Always liked those wheels
N8 have you rolled your front arches mate? Or is it just the lows that make them look flared out?
Bodywork is stock, with it air'd out it makes the arches look really wide
Looks great Nath
Anyone know where I can get these wheels? Can't seem to find the 18" in 8.5j
look crazy i love it my next mod roof rails !
I agree with the R/C look and so please put a big *** R/C antenna on it and decal BATTERIES INCLUDED and ROCK IT!
One of the most crucial factory options for me
do the rails have to be drilled pr can they be put on with very strong adhesive as i wont use them just for looks lol ?
NO don't ever bond these rails on, have to be professionally fitted.
lol how come i shouldnt bond them on ? I only want them for the look :-/
Think about the item dimensions, location fitting, other road users & then think of the lawsuit you would face should they fly of through a windscreen impaling someone.
Lol i get what you mean, but i find a rist drilling into the roof of my car how do they fit after the holes are drilled ? Do you need to remove roof liner and tighten from inside with bolts etc ? I dont want to drill in the wrong space i need a professional to do it
NHN is your man for having these fitted.
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