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    Cool Speed bumps may be an issue!!!!!

    thanks to Linea Rossa today i picked up a reiger infinity front bumper. so when i got back i thought it rude not to see how it fit and how much clearance i will have lol.

    std bumper off and reiger one was only placed into position,

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    I think you keep it the same colour and maybe find a rear bumper to match

    It was low when you reversed off my drive with the standard one, would have been good what the reiger one would have been like

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    OHHHHHHHH Happy scrapes!!
    Now an Audi A3 Driver!
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    some say he should have driven faster,some say he has the memory of a gold fish,all we know is he was 10 minutes late...

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    no matter what im not raising the coilovers up lol. its sits exactly as i want it to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bertone ben View Post
    no matter what im not raising the coilovers up lol. its sits exactly as i want it to.

    thats dedication, lol
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    that will not polish out

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannysport18 View Post
    that will not polish out

    nope but the carbon fibre i have at work will sort it.
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    Lol, stick some 19's on, will give plenty of clearance then

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    i plan on 18s so may help a little
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    you wouldn't be able to use half the roads round here. Never mind the speed ramps, the pot holes are deeper than that.

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