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Car Modifications You Actually Want To Make

Car Modifications You Actually Want To Make 

The thing about cars is that they can all be quite uniform. The vast majority of the cars you see on the road are all, well, the same. They are mass-produced to fit a certain mold and you buy them that way, willingly. However, for motor enthusiasts or those who don’t like to blend in with the crowd, this does not have to be the case. As opposed to viewing your car as one of many, see it as a blank canvas that you can modify and personalize to suit you. You can pick and choose the changes you want to make, whether it is to the exterior or the performance. So if you want to add a bit of personality, flair, or just general improvements to your motor, then read on for some inspirational motivations you might actually want to make. 

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Tires

There is no getting around the fact that a decent pair of tires will change your car tenfold. It will improve performance, accelerating, braking, and cornering all changes when you have a good set of tires. And by good, it is meant well priced. Buying cheap tires will not get you the performance you want, nor will it save you money in the long run.

If you live in a climate that enjoys a longer winter then having two sets of tires is not only recommended but is bordering on essential. Winter tires are designed for the snow and cold temperatures and installing a pair to get you through a particularly cold and grueling winter could be one of the best modifications you make. 

Suspension

Upgrading your factory-fitted suspension system can be another great way to improve your car’s performance. The right upgrade can see your car handle much better and further to this you can tune the suspension to optimize the car to the way you want it to drive. Doctoring your suspension can have a multitude of benefits from making your ride more comfortable to enhancing its race track performance. You just need to ensure that you have checked your state’s limit for ride height adjustments before committing to the modification. 

Leveling up 

One for the truck owners. Most trucks manufacturers include a degree of rake in the vehicle design, ultimately meaning the front of the truck is slightly lower than the back. This is a deliberate design as trucks are generally used to add weight to the rear and when this is done the vehicle suspension will compress. 

IF you rarely load your trick or drag a heavy trailer fitting larger wheels and tires can be problematic and this is where a truck leveling kit comes in. A leveling kit will raise the front of your truck to even out the overall stance, this, in turn, will make it easier for fitting larger wheels and tires.  For more information on leveling kits visit shaunbloodworth.com/.

Window tint  

Window tints can be a controversial and difficult modification to get around depending on the state you live in. Some states will have very strict rules and regulations regarding tinting and the degree to which you can tint your windows but others can be a bit more lenient. There can be some real benefits to getting your windows tinted. A tinted window can reduce glare from the sunlight, help reduce heat, prolong a car’s interior health and reduce the UV rays coming through your window. 

Paints and wraps

If you really want your car to stand out then changing the exterior is the way to do it. There is no hard and fast rule when it comes to spraying your car and you can more or less paint it however you want it. Within reason of course, if you paint your car to replicate a police vehicle you will find yourself in trouble. Another popular mod is to opt for a wrap. Car wrapping is a way of changing the look of your vehicle without painting it. This can be advantageous as the paintwork of motors can be a complicated and expensive process. A wrap simply adds a vinyl film which can be used as an overlay. This can be in a different color, design, matte finish, gloss finish, there are lots of possibilities when it comes to a wrap. 

Turbochargers

Turbochargers have proven to be a popular modification that will improve the performance of a car. A turbocharger will essentially give your car more power. A turbo will force more air into the cylinders of the engine, which when combined with extra fuel will result in a bigger bang being created in the cylinder and a bigger bang will mean more power. What is more, a turbocharger will not only increase the power but hey will increase efficiency too. Turbochargers are a perfectly legal modification you just have to ensure that it does not cause your car to fail a state’s emissions check.

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Wind deflectors 

Wind deflectors can be a great inexpensive modification that has style and practical benefits. If you like to drive with your windows down then a wind deflector can have no end of benefits. A deflector can help prevent unwanted splashes, wind, and rain from entering your vehicle and it can help to keep the car’s aerodynamics intact, even with an open window. They can help to reduce drag, they are easy to fit and tinted deflectors will help to reduce the glare from the sun. 

LED lights

A cheap but effective interior modification. LED lights are incredibly efficient and will not eat into your fuel reserves to emit light. They shine brighter than traditional bulbs, can change color at the press of a button, and will not drain your car’s battery either. What is more, they can be bought for rock bottom prices and installed with incredible ease. LED lights have been a popular purchase for bedrooms around the world and now the trend is spreading to vehicles. For a quick and easy but impactful modification LED lights are the way to go.

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