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Is there any good wide body kits for an 05 GTI 1.8T? I have been looking online for some but i didn't have too much luck!!!!!!!!
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wide bodys suck....

theres konigseder or seidl tuning, hard to get a hold of though...i dont know who imports konigseder anymore AMI motorsports used too...strictly foreign can get the seidl kit but it will take 3 months and cost 3 grand. You can always just find a kit u like and have a good shop pull the fenders and bumpers out to your liking
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wide bodys suck....
yep. they are so played, especially orange ones...
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thats very true!!!!!! I am just tryin to find something that will make the car look nice and have a clean look to it!!!!!! What is a good body kit to use doesn't have to be wide body?
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wide bodys are so jap. theres nothing i hate more than an excessive body kit. gti's look tight already
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wide bodys are so jap. theres nothing i hate more than an excessive body kit. gti's look tight already
agreed but imo i think some can look amazing
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wide bodys are so jap. theres nothing i hate more than an excessive body kit. gti's look tight already

hahahaha is jap the new rice??? do your research a konigseder wide body is the cleanest kit you can get, its smoother than a stock GLI or 20th kit and still widens the car... but i guess even a 350z with a veilside wide kit is garbage cuz its japanese
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If done properly, meaning quality fitting and body work they can look real nice. Both MK-4gasms & B5 Turbo's are nice.

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Your just pissed you can't afford one.













Yeah... Widebody = "Jap"
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damn 98, some of those are tite as hell.
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SUPER JAP POST TIME
konigseder(the gti looks choppy cuz its not molded but used your imagination if it was)





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i like widebodies. when they are molded...

get one
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well whatever body kit i decide to go with I plan on getting it molded in like I said I want it to look nice and clean and go with the flow of the car!!!!!
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DON'T FORGET THIS ONE!!!!!




Soooooooooooooooooooooooooo hottttt.................




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DON'T FORGET THIS ONE!!!!!




Soooooooooooooooooooooooooo hottttt.................




I think I threw up a little in my mouth
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