There are a lot of questions you need to ask yourself
before you start buying parts. First off, what do you
use the car for? What do you want it to be in the end?
How much are you willing to sacrifice for performance
and looks. I for one love to daily drive my car and love
all the little things I have to do to protect my car. I
love parking it in wide parking spaces at the end of the
lot. I love having to search for the flattest way in to a
parking lot. It is a challenge that I donít take lightly
and if you want to protect your car you wonít either.
A lot of people when they first start out want the car to
look as different as possible as quick as possible. I
think this is immature. If you want your car to be different
you should put in the work and money to do it. Donít cheap
out because having the best parts is what it is all about
these days. Itís not about the length of your mod list.
Sometimes having tons of cheap parts on your car may make
you stand out, but also can make your car look gawdy and
cheap. The brand names are just like your girlfriend buying
her Gucci purse. If you donít care about all that, you still
got to spend the money to get functional parts. Buying cheap
just gives the look without the performance. Itís all about
what you want.
Itís not just about the parts you buy, but how well you
implement using them. You have to get your car to the right
stance, match styles etc etc. Itís really hard to explain in
general terms so you will just have to take my word for it
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