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You want your car to be faster, look faster, and make you feel cooler, so you've decided to customize it a bit. Here's your starter guide to getting it done.
- •Cold-Air Intake KitA cold air intake is the first and easiest mod that anyone can do in less than an hour. It consists of replacing the stock, restrictive air box for your car’s intake. The premise is that by allowing air to flow naturally without any baffles or restrictions, your engine is able to breathe easier to access more air when needed, such as when using an on-ramp to join a highway.
- •Cat-back Exhaust KitAlong with a cold-air intake is the second popular mod is an exhaust upgrades. If you do an intake upgrade, it’s a good idea to upgrade your exhaust. Aside from sound enhancements, it allows your engine to run more efficiently. Following my intake and exhaust upgrades, you will see about a 5% improvement in my fuel economy.
- •Get a Custom Paint JobGet a Custom Paint Job. Pick a shade that is hard to find on a stock car, like a very deep pearl red, and name it something like sangue rosso (blood red), or get a tasteful, asymmetrical racing stripe. If you're looking to save some cash, go for a vinyl wrap. If you're hoping to jump on the matte paint trend, we go vinyl too, as it's nowhere near as finicky as real matte paint and looks just as good.