Top 5 ways to change your car
Having bought your new (or not so new) car, it is time to begin considering adding a couple of modifications. I have come up with a list of my favourite car modifications to offer a little
1. Window Tint
Make your vehicle actually stick out by opting for a siver coloured tint just like the blue tint below or mirrored.
2. Alloy wheels
Perhaps you have seen an adequate altered car running on standard steel wheels? No, me neither, and that is the reason why I Have place alloy wheels 2 nd. You are going to need to cut down on treats
for the girlfriend to get a couple of months though as alloy wheels (and the tyres you will need on them) don't come cheap. Expect to pay anywhere from approximately GBP300 to get a basic set with
You have got your automobile looking all nice, but you can not have it seeming like a shopping trolley. So next on our list of modifications that are top is a new exhaust. These range from simply a
rear-box to supply your car a bit of a growl, to a whole exhaust system to alloy wheel refurb
increase functionality and give your car that sporty sound. Costs for exhaust back-boxes begin at around GBP50.
4. Lexus lights
Jointly with other changes I believe they can definitely seem fine, I personally prefer the Lexus lights having a darker backing (see image below) rather compared to the silver backed lights with
seemed a bit stuck on.
5. Painted brake callipers
I drive a Skoda Octavia VRS, and among the things I still like most about it is its green brake callipers (sad I know). This will only work if you've got some wide spoke alloys, but it'll provide
your car that certain sporty appearance. Brake calliper paint can be found as a pot of paint or either a spray can. You'll probably have to take off your wheels to apply it.