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This looks really good I think.
The McLauglin edition has the same ones right?
Just need to paint it in that same grey the diffusor shows and the pieces above the front splitters...

http://youtu.be/iYxDhh-xWtQ

What do you guys think?
Hmmm....looks a little like an Audi Allroad with those.
Maybe if they were painted like you described it would be a more homogeneous addition.
 

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It needs the side skirts! They got the driving experience down, the wheels are great, front and rear splitters are cool, but the side of the car is a bit boring. This helps that.
 

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Watched the whole thing, if only to see if my opinion got altered. And I have to say, not a fan of this design on black. But I liked it on blue. ...weird.
 

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I'm working on a set using poly-resin S4 side skirts. They need some shaping but the fit isn't too bad considering they were designed for a completely different car. I taped them on to get a feel for the effect. I'd wanted to pull the visual line of the splitters and rear corner creases around the car. They look quite subtle from a distance but substantial up close.





 

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FYI, here are the sideskirts from the McLaughlin Edition (NZ only).



 

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I'm working on a set using poly-resin S4 side skirts. They need some shaping but the fit isn't too bad considering they were designed for a completely different car. I taped them on to get a feel for the effect. I'd wanted to pull the visual line of the splitters and rear corner creases around the car. They look quite subtle from a distance but substantial up close.





I like them. I have had a few S4s so maybe I am biased. I have V60R rotors on my A4 Avant, putting S4 door blades on my V60 wouldn't be an issue either.
 
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