Car bodykits. Side skirts, sills, bumpers and wide body kits.

thexav

Pro Tuner
Staff member
Points
387
Car
2002 Clio 172
Body kits although primarily cosmetic can dramatically alter the appearance of the car and sometimes for the better! Choose a kit that compliments the lines of the car, it can look very wrong to have a curvacious kit on an angular car or vice versa. Kits that require spraying must be properly prepared and sprayed or they will start to peel and look shabby – this can add another £300-£1000 to the fitting cost.

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WagonR

New member
Points
11
From
Sweden
Car
Suzuki WagonR+
I've seen a few kits recently that leave the attachment (screw) heads visable. The kits have been sprayed well but the heads had added a great contrast. I think the kit that stood out most was from Rocket Bunny.
 

obi_waynne

Administrator
Staff member
Moderator
Points
887
From
Deal, Kent UK
Car
A3 1.4 TFSI 150 COD
Not a fan of those exposed screws, but I can see why people do it. It is yet another styling look out there.

Personally I like everything to be blended in seamlessly.
 

ICEDEMON

Wrench Pro
Points
48
From
cambridge
Car
vauxhall corsa 1.3
A blended look is nice imo. I was just woundering would a vauxhall corsa d look nice with a nice kit in it and a custom built in small bonnet scoop look ok.
 
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