Top 5 ways to change your car

Posted by exoticbelfry124 on June 26, 2015 at 10:44 PM
Top 5 ways to alter your car

Having purchased your new (or not too new) car, it's time to begin considering adding a couple of changes. I've put together a list of my favourite automobile adjustments to offer a bit of inspiration.

1. Window Tint

Make your vehicle really stand out by opting for a siver mirrored or coloured tint like the blue tint below.

2. Alloy wheels

Have you ever seen a decent modified automobile running alloy wheel refurb Flitwick on conventional steel wheels? No, me neither, and that's why I've set alloy wheels 2 nd. You're going to have to cut back on treats for the girlfriend for a few months though as alloy wheels (and the tyres you'll want on them) do not come cheap. Be prepared to pay anywhere from around GBP300 for a simple set with tyress. Car wheel trims are a decent alternative and only a fraction of the cost, in case you can't quite manage that.

3. Exhaust

You've got your car looking all nice, but you can not have it sounding like a shopping trolley. So next on our listing of top modifications is a brand new exhaust. These range from simply a rear-box to give your vehicle a bit of a growl, to a whole exhaust system to improve functionality and provide your car that sporty sound. Prices for exhaust back-boxes start at around GBP50.

4. Lexus lights

It looked at one point several years ago, that every other car you passed had a set of Lexus lights fitted, appearing tacky in some instances to not be unfair. Together with other changes I think they can definitely look nice, I personally favor the Lexus lights having a darker backing (see image below) rather than the silver backed lights with looked a bit stuck on. Something else you can try if you don't want to fork out on a new set of lights is some tail light you will definitely get a unique appearance.

5. Painted brake callipers

This will only work if you have got some discussed alloys that are wide, but it'll give your car that certain sporty look. Brake calliper paint is available as a pot of paint or either a spray can. You will probably need to take off your wheels to employ it.

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