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What kind of Audi a4 Bodykit Material to choose for?

Sep 20th 2014 at 3:54 AM

Audi a4 is certainly one practical choice and effortlessly chic for all those who love flaunting its elegance and sleek exterior designs. If you love possessing luxury then certainly experimenting with its looks is a life time opportunity to look for. Simply look for the best possible Audi a4 Bodykit and make the most of all its features to make your car look unique and eye- catching at the same time. Moreover, a body kit actually includes side skirts, front, bumpers, spoilers and fenders to name some few. Ensure you look for quality depending upon its maker as different parts may vary.

 

So whatever you decide to do, as you look at your stock car you will surely like to plunge. Make your car stand out and start going for comparatively smaller parts before your car stands out for real. So whatever you decide to do, slowly add a spoiler or front air dam or maybe you go way too far with those side skirts and a hood? Simply look for a suitable material before you decide to go for transformation process. Body kits come in different materials including:

·        Fiberglass

·        Polyurethane

·        ABS plastic

·        Carbon fiber

·        Composite

 

Few manufacturers specialize in one or maybe two types of materials while few others offer just the right kind of material you want.  All the parts are actually made of different materials as suited to any certain part of your car. Here’s a brief look at what each material has in store for you as mention:

 

Fiberglass Body Kits: It is certainly one commonly used body kit which is relatively easily produced and is comparatively inexpensive as well. Its finish as delivered may not be as good as parts that are made up from polyurethane or ABS plastic. Its light weighted and can’t be easily wrapped regardless of the temperature as the paint do adheres to the fiberglass is comparatively inexpensive and cheap but can be difficult to install as well.

 

Polyurethane Effects: It is also known as urethane and it is quite a renowned material for body kit parts. Its parts are quite costly and difficult to use thus they are comparatively expensive to buy. However, the delivered fitting is quite superior as compared to fiberglass or so. It is more of a flexible material than fiber glass and it stays in the position during installation process without any fear of cracking.

So regardless of what kind of body kit material you choose for your Audi, it’s better to look for quality before getting it installed thereby.

 

David Franklin is a contributing writer of regulatuning, You can find the newest and hottest Audi a4 Bodykit, Audi TT Bodykit, VW Passat Bodykit, VW Golf Bodykit at http://www.regulatuning.de

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