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Where to get exterior mods for Audi?
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Hey guys, unlike BMW where there are lots of cool exterior parts available, such as black frills, spoilers, etc.. I'm really coming up dry trying to find some nice trim pieces for my A4 B9. Anybody got any suggestions where to look? Thanks

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#2
Contact Vag cafe and ask.
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#3
Check Jabsport in Durbs. They keep a decent range for VAG cars.
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As a former Audi-phile, I can advise to rather not get anything aftermarket (especially if the car is a sedan). I tried a few things on my previous Audis and it just ended up looking off. Discrete is better with Audi and OEM is the way to go. Just my 2c...
Current: 2016 Volvo V60 C.C. D4 AWD Polestar
Current: 2013 Porsche Boxster (981) PDK

Ex: 2016 Mazda CX5 2.0 Active Auto
Ex: 2017 320d M-Sport Sports Auto
Ex: 2013 Audi TT 1.8 TFSI S-Tronic
Ex (SO): 2014 Audi A3 1.4 TFSI SE Sedan (M)
Ex (SO): 2011 Ford Focus 1.8Si (M)
Ex: 2010 Audi A4 1.8 TFSI Ambition (M)
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(01-03-2019, 05:45 PM)MR_Y Wrote: As a former Audi-phile, I can advise to rather not get anything aftermarket (especially if the car is a sedan). I tried a few things on my previous Audis and it just ended up looking off. Discrete is better with Audi and OEM is the way to go. Just my 2c...

Maybe you're right. Im just used to a more sporty looking car like my previous F30. The Audi is so understated. Great car, and it turns heads for the "new" factor...but Its just missing something

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(02-03-2019, 12:31 AM)LukeHawk Wrote:
(01-03-2019, 05:45 PM)MR_Y Wrote: As a former Audi-phile, I can advise to rather not get anything aftermarket (especially if the car is a sedan). I tried a few things on my previous Audis and it just ended up looking off. Discrete is better with Audi and OEM is the way to go. Just my 2c...

Maybe you're right. Im just used to a more sporty looking car like my previous F30. The Audi is so understated. Great car, and it turns heads for the "new" factor...but Its just missing something

I would recommend Quattro stickers, but that would not work on a FWD car.

Audi 4-door sedans are the like the Scarlett Johannsens of the car world - they are so classy, as is. There is no need to add anything extra. .
Dare I say it, but the F30 is like a Kim Kardashian - you need to add a lot of stuff to it to make it stand out...
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Current: 2016 Volvo V60 C.C. D4 AWD Polestar
Current: 2013 Porsche Boxster (981) PDK

Ex: 2016 Mazda CX5 2.0 Active Auto
Ex: 2017 320d M-Sport Sports Auto
Ex: 2013 Audi TT 1.8 TFSI S-Tronic
Ex (SO): 2014 Audi A3 1.4 TFSI SE Sedan (M)
Ex (SO): 2011 Ford Focus 1.8Si (M)
Ex: 2010 Audi A4 1.8 TFSI Ambition (M)
Ex: 2007 Volvo C30 2.0i (M)
Ex: 2005 Opel Astra Classic 1.6i Club (M)

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I used to like the DTM look of the B7 A4s.. smile bounce Add some of that to your B9 smile bounce
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'16 F30 318i LCI Manual, Alpine White III, Black Leather
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Mods: Optic Blue Lamin-X fogs, VPS light shields, CF Splitters, Mirrors, Ducktail spoiler, Aluminium interior trim upgrades...

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'12 F20 118i
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#8
Chat to the guys at Big Boss Auto in Alberton.
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