If you wanna get the full kit all from the same company, get either ABT, Kerscher or Rieger. Their kits flow the best, unless you've got a cabby, in which case i would say ProjektZwo. Here's some pics...
ABT (including the widebody, which is hard to find, apparently)
Kerscher (New, love the sideskirts and still undecided about the rear, dont like the front...)
Rieger sideskirts and rear...
Or combine bits from all of them, which is what I'm doing. But be careful, cause its easy to stuff that up...
The 'zwo stuff is, as stated, an aquired taste. It is, however, top notch stuff. I have the full body kit (front, side rear aprons), the door mirrors and the rear spoiler. I've also had several sets of their DE headlights. All of the items are quality made and worth the price of admission, IMO, especially when you consider what some of the knockoff stuff costs and how crappy it is made. The main thing to consider when thinking of buying the 'zwo stuff is to do the whole kit - front, sides and rear aprons. Wheels untilately determine how the kit balances out, so choose wisely. While I liked my Niche wheels, they didn't quite look right once I installed the 'zwo kit. The current S3 wheels make the car look a million times better, IMO.
2000 with Niche wheels:
thanks guys for the help im thinking maby the new rieger front with m3 side skirts now all i need is a nice rear peice that will fit in nice, take in mind ove got a jetta and im not shure if the rieger one will fit it says its for a golf, does anyone know if it will ? or does anyone know a nice one that will work ?
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