208 GTi Body Kit
When it comes to choosing a body kit for your car, you are going to want to make sure that it is not only the best quality possible but that it also looks fantastic when it is on too.
You are going to need to think about lots of things, and many of these decisions are going to be down to your budget. Whilst you need to make sure that you can only pay out what you can afford, however, it is worth noting that you are likely to get what you pay for.
Whilst materials such as fibreglass may seem tempting as they have a lower price, it is important to know that there are plenty of reasons why it is cheaper, and it might not always mean that you are going to get something that lasts.
Many people will look at their car as a whole when it comes to upgrading it, but we think it is better to think about it bit by bit. See it as a long-term project; this will help you to avoid buying cheaper bits all at the same time. Instead, break your purchases down into smaller parts and then invest in them to be better quality and last longer.
To help you plan for transforming your car, here are some of the main things that you need to think about and how you can make sure that you only buy the best for your 208 GTI.
When choosing a body kit for your car, you will have several materials to choose from. Each material has its own weight and characteristics, which will help you to make your decision.
Fibreglass is often a popular choice as it is readily available and is cheaper than other options. However, this cheapness can be seen in the durability of fibreglass. It is easily damaged, even in low-impact bumps and, if it is not installed properly, it can shatter completely.
An alternative to fibreglass is Polyurethane ABS, which is a material that can be painted. Many of the existing parts of your car will already be made from this material. It is well-known for being durable and strong. Whilst remaining flexible and light too.
One of the most important things when choosing a body kit is what it looks at. After all, they are bought as a way to make sure that your car turns heads. Some people want a body kit that looks more aggressive and a little on the heavier side. Others want a body kit that is both sleek and simple. When you know what style you want, this will help you make sure that you pick the right body kit for you and your car.
Our body kits at Comkotes tuning are designed to be more on the subtle side. Whilst we know why people love the idea of something more in your face, we prefer just to focus on improving kerb appeal as much as we can. We want to make sure your car has an edge, whether at a show, driving around your local area, or meeting with your friends.
The idea of a splitter is that it enhances how your car looks and provides the chance to increase your downforce at speed. A front splitter will fit the base of your car's front bumper and will alter its drag. The nature of a splitter will almost slam a hole in the wind as you propel your car through it, making sure that the air passes under the car and helps you move at speed.
Not only does a front splitter help you when you are moving, but, let's face it, it looks amazing when your car is still, too. A splitter has subtle lines that add a touch of sleekness to your car, rather than it being standard, dull and boring; with a front splitter, you are going to be able to show off your car with pride—giving it a touch of uniqueness in a sea of normality.
Of course, factory standard skirts are okay, but that doesn't mean that they are the best that you can give your care. The side skirts from this 208 GTi body kit are designed to ensure that all eyes are on your car. They are designed to pull eyes down to the bottom of the car. They come in contrasting gloss black or carbon fibre finishes. Not only does this look amazing, but it can work with all sorts of body colours. Whilst it contrasts, it does this in the right way and ensures that your car's entire shape and look will flow properly down the sides of the body.
Wheel Arch Liners
The Peugeot Sport wheel arch liners were produced to give a sporty, sleek and completely professional look to the car. They were made in contrasting black, which sure means that the entire wheel arch space looks subtle yet sleek. The body kit wheel arch trims are similar by design and can be purchased in carbon look or gloss black finish. Eye-catching yet not over the top.
A rear diffuser is put on your car to produce downforce when you drive. This is because it speeds up the air that flows underneath your car. As it exits the rear of your car, then you will have an area of low pressure. This sucks your car closer to the road, increasing the grip you have and how fast you can take a corner whilst you are driving. This particular 208 GTi rear diffuser looks amazing. But it is so much more than this. It is easy to install simply by removing the factory version and replacing it with this option. Once it is fitted, you can start to enjoy the sleek curves, the stunning lines and the overall gorgeous feel that this will give to your car.