yep thats the wayIts surprisingly easy to adjust the bumper,it supposedly can be done without removing the bumper,i had mine off anyway so did it then.
If you look on the slam panel at the front you will notice two 18/20mm diameter holes,if you look down these holes you will see some t35 torx screws, you turn these to adjust the height of the bumper. If i remember correctly its clockwise to raise it and anti-clockwise to lower.you will need a relatively long series t35 torx driver tho to get to it.
Even with removing the bumper and a brew in between it only took bout half hour to do,and makes it look a whole load better.
Id seen so many a4's including mine with big bumper/bonnet gaps and just had to sort it out!
Not today but yesterday:
got the plastidip out and sprayed up the front grill to get rid of the horrible chrome surround and faded plastic and fitted the 18"BBs rep's
to replace the horrible kerbed to f**k ones that it came with.
fingers crossed will get the coilovers fitted next week and assuming all goes will with the plasti-dip on the front i will get rid of the chrome Window surrounds as well
Finish came out pretty well TBH. though with it being a less than geart day in not-so-sunny Scotland it took Ages for it to cure right.any piccies of the plasti-dipped grille - did you go matte or gloss, and what was the finish like?
Today I fixed the glove box and had the car remapped from 140 to 175bhp
Sh*t sorry to hear that mate..
oooft, hope all inside the car were ok.
assume she just wasnt paying attention untill she was trying to sit next to you..
thanks for the concerns, yeah luckily only me in the car and not the misses and are 9 month old son :/
spot on, she didn't even look in the direction I was comin from! She just pulled out