Top 5 methods to modify your automobile

Posted by rheaastw on June 25, 2015 at 9:32 PM
Top 5 methods to alter your automobile

Having bought your new (or not too new) car, it's time to start contemplating adding a number of modifications. I've put a list of my favourite car adjustments together to give a little bit of inspiration to you.

1. Window Tint

Window tint looks good from a Fiesta to a Ferrari, and you can get DIY tint kits for around GBP30. Make your vehicle actually stand out by going for a siver coloured tint like the blue tint below or mirrored.

2. Alloy wheels

Have you ever ever seen an adequate modified auto running on standard steel wheels? No, me neither, and that is why I Have place alloy wheels 2 nd in our list. You are going to have to cut down on treats for the girlfriend for a couple of months though as alloy wheels (and the tyres you'll need on them) do not come cheap. Be prepared to pay anywhere from around GBP300 for a fundamental set with tyress.

3. Exhaust

You've got your automobile looking all fine, but you can't have it sounding like a shopping trolley. So next on our record of changes that are top is a brand new exhaust. These range from merely a back-box to provide your vehicle a bit of a growl, to an entire exhaust system to boost performance and give your car that sporty sound. Costs for exhaust back-boxes start at around GBP50.

4. Lexus lights

It appeared at one point several years back, that every other car you passed had a set of Lexus lights fitted, seeming tacky in some cases to be honest. Together with other changes I think they will surely seem fine, I personally prefer the Lexus lights using a darker backing (see image below) rather than the silver backed lights with appeared a bit stuck on.


I drive a Skoda Octavia VRS, plus one of the things I still enjoy most about it is its green brake callipers (sad I know). This will only work in the event you've alloy wheel refurb Luton got some wide discussed alloys, but it'll give your car that definite sporty appearance. Brake calliper paint is available as a spray can or a pot of paint. You'll likely need to take your wheels off to apply it.

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