Clinched is excited to introduce our A6 C7 widebody kit!
The 4th-generation Audi A6 (code-named C7) is a technological breakthrough with its extensive use of lightweight materials as well various driver assistance systems. Audi designers also found a way to make a trademark conersvative exterior design look dynamic.
Our A6 C7 widebody kit goes one step further by adding additional +2.6 inches (6.5cm) per side up front and +3.5 inches (9cm) per side out back.
As a result, this widebody kit will give you an ability to run a much more agressive wheel and tire combo, making possible to put all that power to the ground.
The widebody kit is made out of high-quality precision-made ABS plastic – same material OE bumpers are made out of. With its extremely durable qualities, ABS plastic is far superior to commonly-used fiberglass.
Parts included in the kit:
– Front fender flares
– Rear fender flares
– Side skirts
– Front bumper add-on elements
– Rear bumper add-on elements
– Ducktail trunk spoiler
This Audi A6 C7 widebody kit will fit all C7-platform models (A6, S6 and RS6) from 2012 and newer.
Installation and hardware:
The kit does NOT come with mounting hardware or rubber gaskets since some customers may prefer to have the flares blended in with the body.
For those customers looking to mount the kit with exposed hardware, we offer both rubber gaskets (that go in-between the flares and body) as well as a choice of Type 1, Type 2 or Type 3 mounting hardware. The type of mounting hardware is nothing more than a personal choice.
You wil need a total of 60pcs of nuts & bolts for a partial kit (no ducktail spoiler) or 76pcs for a full kit.
Please note – you will be required to cut your existing fenders and quarter panels. Professional installation is highly recommended, although some of our clients have been succesful with DIY installations.
All parts come in unpainted black ABS plastic – you can paint the kit or have it wrapped. In either case, the parts will need to be primed first.
www.willtheyfit.com is a good first step to figuring out possible wheel and tire combos.