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hi nick i’m from s.a & i love the mod’s done to your sweet a4 audi has,& will always be the “LORD OF THE RINGS” VORSPRUNG FOR LIFE
Googling for a 2010 Le Mans shot, I found a picture of two Audi LMP1 racers posing on the Le Mans track in 2010 with a ferries wheel in he background, referring to your Blog. May I use the photo in a small racing car book written by Karl Ludvigsen ‘German Racing Silver’ which I am currently translating into German and updating…?
By the way, I am the proud owner of an early TT quattro coupe having covered more than 150.000 miles by now – troublefree. I was also editor of the first official Audi customer magazine back in 1965 until 1985… and for along time I owned a 1933 Audi fwd convertible, still existing with an Ingolstadt engineer-collector.
Best regards, Halwart
Sure, feel free to use the image however you’d like. I didn’t take it though, I found it somewhere and reshared it on my blog.
Very cool about the TT. Enjoy it in good health!
thanks man lovely car!! 🙂
Thanks, I appreciate it!
Nice car Nick! how did you do your rear bumber with the black or where did you purchase it if you dont mind me asking? And is that a stock sline grille?
how much did you end up spending on your b7 for all the mods?
The rear bumper was just a stock A4 bumper with a S4 rear valance. I painted the valence myself using Plasti-dip: https://www.nickscarblog.com/cars/the-ultimate-plasti-dip-guide-tips-ideas-more-for-cars/
I don’t even want to know…lol.
Hi nick Love your website and I follow it closely and now my audi s4 b7 looks great no more stock looking i just want to say thanks!! And was wondering if you would like to see some pics? just to show off what your advice and DIY can do.
Thanks Alan – I’d love to see some pics! Email them to me at email@example.com or post em on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NicksCarBlog
Hey Nick! I’m a 17 year old girl in Texas and for my 1st car, I got a 2006 audi s4 in February and to this day I’m still in love with my car, but I really wish I had found your blog before, you’re s4 is my inspiration for mine. Keep up the good work!
Hey I saw your new s4 and was wondering what front spoiler you put on. I really like and was wondering where you got it from so I could put one on myself.
Hi Kumail – the lip is made by Kerscher, although I believe it is discontinued so may be difficult to find: https://www.nickscarblog.com/reviews/kerscher-front-lip
Hey man I have an Audi A4 2006 like urs that you sold but mine isn’t an sline and I was wondering where to go or where to look for the parts to make my a4 into a s line
ECS Tuning has everything you need, although you might be able to source cheaper from elsewhere. Check out this post for part numbers & whatnot: https://www.nickscarblog.com/reviews/b7-audi-a4s4-front-bumper-options
Hi Nick, I’m leaving questions all over your page but it’s winter here in Minnesota and I have nothing better to do than be inspired by your mods. I removed my front bumper and disassembled my grille to paint it from chrome to black. Put everything back together and made it about 2 days before the Krylon Fusion paint started to chip off. At this point, I would like to find a black honeycomb grill to fit my 2006 A4 SLine but can’t find anything online. Any thoughts? Thanks again.
Hey Taybin – no worries, that’s what this site is for! You can always email me too if that’s easier for you. Anyway, if its chipping that means you probably needed to do more prep work (sanding), but no big deal. You might want to try plasti-dip if you want to DIY it again, otherwise you’ll want to look for OEM options which are a bit pricier. I’m assuming you have an S-line or S4 and not a standard A4 or DTM – if you have a standard A4 there is a really good, cheap option out there that is a black honeycomb model…but if you have an S-line or S4 grille, the only options right now are OEM and you can find them on the likes of ECSTuning…I’m working with a company in China to make a replica B7 RS4 grille for S-line and S4 bumpers but I think it’s probably another month or two out (at least) but hoping it will be a ton cheaper than an OEM RS4 grille which runs close to $700 these days, insane. Anyway, if you got time on your hands I’d try the DIY route again, or look for a used OEM titanium grille somewhere.
Got my A4 changed to the APR tune and added a modified Miltek cat converter. Much better. The APR tune is excellent. The new cat helped in the HP department too.
Any updates on the rs4 grill for my s4 b7???
Don’t think it’s going to happen unfortunately 🙁