Car Customization

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Customizing cars is a hobby of mine that I have learned much about. There are many things to learn when it comes to cars. You can work on the suspension, exterior, interior, or even the system. The products you can buy are endless. That does not even include what you can do yourself custom done. It costs money, but in end, you can turn heads.

Suspension is a major modification. This will cost you anywhere from $400-$1,500 depending on the quality, and how low you want it. Many vehicles sit higher in the back. When you lower it, you will want to even it out. So most cars come with a "2/3 drop". This means that you lower your car 2 inches in the front, and 3 inches in the back. When you start talking about trucks you can get even lower. You can purchase a "4/5 drop" or even a "5/7 drop". If you lower your truck this much, you have to keep the front end of the truck slightly higher so you can steer. A common purchase for car enthusiasts is the bagging system. These are primarily purchased if you intend to enter you car in a show or if you seriously love your car. When you bag it you can move the suspension around by remote. With one click of the button, you can move your truck up and down, or side to side. Many people put titanium blocks under there car for two reasons. The first is so that your car will not scrape bottom, and the second is that you can scrape the blocks on purpose and send an array of sparks everywhere under your car at night. You can buy the blocks so that they will shoot any color spark that you want. Titanium blocks are somewhat

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more expensive, but last much longer than aluminum. There are many things you can do with your exterior. You can start off by putting clear corner lenses on your truck or car. These replace the orange-covered lamps. They look clear but you can still see the orange bulb. This is a nice touch and an easy way to start out. You can also put in...
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