Top 5 ways to change your auto

posted on 26 Jun 2015 12:39 by ickynosh351
Top 5 ways to alter your auto

Having bought your new (or not too new) car, it is time to begin thinking about adding a couple of modifications. I have come up with a list of my favourite auto modifications to give you a little inspiration.

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 stick out by going for a siver coloured tint like the blue tint below or mirrored.

2. Alloy wheels

Perhaps you have seen an adequate modified auto running on conventional steel wheels? No, me neither, and that's why I've set alloy wheels 2 nd. You're likely to have to cut down on treats for the girlfriend to get a few months though as alloy wheels (and the tyres you'll need on them) do not come cheap. Be prepared to pay anywhere from approximately GBP300 to get a basic set with tyress. In case you can not quite afford that, car wheel trims are a decent option and only a fraction of the price.

3. Exhaust

You have got your car looking all fine, but you can't have it sounding like a shopping trolley. So next on our list of modifications that are top is a new exhaust. These range from just a back-box to supply your car a small growl, to a complete exhaust system to improve functionality and give your car that sporty sound. Costs for exhaust back-boxes start alloy wheel refurb Stevenage at around GBP50.

4. Lexus lights

Together with other modifications I believe they will surely look 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.


This is only going to work in the event you have got some spoke alloys that are wide, but it will provide your car that sporty look that is certain. Brake calliper paint can be obtained as a pot of paint or either a spray can. You'll likely need to take your wheels off to apply it.

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