The VW Bora received a facelift from JMS using original Zender tools. The customer can choose the type of vents to be used, from black to silver and also with or without opening for fog lights. The side skirts can be fitted on all versions of the Bora and have air ducts on the front end. They make the car looking much deeper and connect the design of the new front- and back bumper. For the rear one all exhaust systems are possible. The Bora fits a stainless steel coilover from H&R that allows up to 55 mm less height at the front axle and up to 45 mm less height at the rear axle. All parts offered by JMS are made in Germany and offer the guarantee for perfect fitting.
JMS presents facelift for the VW Bora
JMS presents new tuning parts for the VW Bora and refreshes the compact Volkswagen Sedan. For the production JMS uses original zender tools, which JMS bought last year, when Zender closed their street tuning department.
With the new JMS stylingkit the cars seems to be some years younger and looks like a New Generation edition car of Volkswagen itself.
The new Racelook front bumper (359 Euro) with three big cutouts gives to the Bora much more prestige for overtaken then the serial dependant ever had. The customer can choose the type of vents to be used, from black (24,90 Euro) to silver (19,90 Euro) and also with or without opening for fog lights.
If the customer decides to install fog lights, JMS offers the Micro-DE-fog lights from Hella (89 Euro/pair).
A other highlight is the JMS front hood including bad look and some openings for more racing performance, but this part is only a sample and actually there is no production in motion.
The sideskirts (269 Euro) can be fitted on all versions of the VW Bora and have air ducts on the front end. They make the car looking much deeper and connect the design of the new front- and back bumper. This special complete rear bumper (349 Euro) shows a really clean look and follows the design of the front bumper. Also there will be more space to use sport mufflers with two or four pipes. For this rear bumper all exhaust systems are possible.
Even for lowering JMS decides to high standard. The Bora fits a stainless steel coilover from H&R (899 Euro), that allows up to 55mm less height at the front axle and up to 45mm less height at the rear axle. Eta Beta 8Ã-19 wheels with stainless steel inlays and 225/35R19 tyres (Euro 2799) will be the optimum for best grip and street performance, the H&R wheel spacers with 15mm/each side fill up the rear fender.
All parts from JMS are TÃœV approved and really "Made in Germany". JMS give the guarantee for perfect fitting.
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