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Old 23rd July 2007, 16:11   #1
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Default What mods for what cost?

I was going through some old threads when my eyes fell on this sticky.


And I decided I would want some mods for my wheels one day. But then the next question on my mind was .

" Hey, that seems to be expensive."

So, it becomes very important for a driver to know what are the best mods he can get for his price.

For beginners, I am looking to spend 10-15K.

here are my requirements and needs. Dunno how much can they be satiated.

1. I am not looking to remove any parts that is functioning. Bolt on's and add on's are fine.
2. Should be worry free.
3. I want my car to be quicker in the 1/4th mile. I dont car what ponies the dyno shows.

What will I be suggested by the experts?

PS: Included in the 15K budget is the cost of a new carbon rear bumper. Can I know the price I am looking to pay for a new rear Carbon Bumper ?

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The answers to your question have already been compiled at this linky.
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