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Old 01-26-2014, 07:54 AM   #1
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Default 1995 90 front Bumper

I was looking on upgrading my bumper to an S2/RS2 front bumper and was wondering if anyone was selling any? Cheapest I could find was $1400 plus shipping from the UK. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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try www.ebay.co.uk or motorgeek
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okay thanks, another question though. Would I need different bumper mounts? I'm kinda new to the whole audi thing.
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Old 01-26-2014, 06:18 PM   #4
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depends which one you get, most of them side brackets to mount to the stock holes
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Old 02-27-2014, 02:54 PM   #5
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That $1400 may not include headlights, turn signals & fog lights.
I got mine form 2 Bennett in Davis, CA for over $3800.00, not including paint. I figure I spent close to $5000.00.
You can try Alex at http://www.europrice.us/. He can get it cheaper.
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I paid about $500 for my front and rear late cabrio bumpers this Xmas...
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Look for seller "audibits2" on ebay.co.uk

I bought new fogs and signals and had the black bumpers painted emerald green too. All in I have about $1,500 in the bumpers. Which is more than I paid for the car in the first place
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I have a Reiger ($500), fiberglass fog vents ($150), OEM 993 euro corners ($150) and then had it all professionally mounted and painted for $1500. So all in im about $2500 for a bumper that is 90% as good as a genuine RS2 bumper. I think having it proffesionaly mounted and sprayed by a hot rod/custom body shop makes all the difference for the Rieger replicas, which are actually of very good quality IMO. The major downside to the Riegers is to fit anything in the fog holes, you have to ditch the US B4 rebar/bumper shocks. My body shop made up some brackets to mount the bumper similar to the RS2 system, and I welded up a new rebar/crossmember to fit under the bumper. You could run without the rebar altogether, but any little front end impact will fvck up lots.
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Old 03-14-2014, 08:21 PM   #8
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I was looking on upgrading my bumper to an S2/RS2 front bumper and was wondering if anyone was selling any? Cheapest I could find was $1400 plus shipping from the UK. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
get a real euro s2/v6/coupe/cabrio bumper, like Ben did on his cabriolet. Thats the deal.
Rest will cost you more and still far from an original look.
try this dude: http://stores.ebay.com/audibits2
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I used Audi bits as well...they came in black so i was lucky, minus the little section of paint that come off the rear where packaging tape was used. With the euro lights and side markers, im in at $1000.
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