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Maybe it’s in our DNA, but we can’t simply just leave a modded car alone until it is perfect!
While this can get quite costly, one of the least expensive and most striking installments you can make is ground effect modification. While no means cheap (trust us, you don’t want to go cheap here), there are model-specific body kits available at market can help give your car a more personal touch provide that “holy shit! you’re car is floating” look.
Here’s our take on why, and how we recommend adding this great addition to your next car project…
First Convince Me Why…
Most of the body kits are sold finished in primer so buyers can easily repaint them to match the color of their vehicle. Body kits are great because you just add them to your vehicle for a simple and easy makeover. You don’t have to alter the body of your car but just add these.
Another thing that’s great about them is that they can be easily installed. Most owners can do this on their own because they also come with instructions on how to install them. However, buyers should make sure to purchase genuine kits from manufacturers to avoid damaging the car.
If your not a fan of DIY, then you could have them fitted in auto shops for a price. The price will vary depending on the body kits and how many pieces the kits have.
Reasons To Buy Ground Effects For Your Car
People may have different reasons to have ground effect customization. Some people simply want it for aesthetic purposes. On the other hand, others get it to improve their vehicle’s aerodynamics.
One of the most common reasons why car owners get body kits for ground effects customization is because they simply want to change the appearance of their vehicle. Most of the kits will include a front and rear fascia. Some also have side skirts that give off that lowered appearance.
Furthermore, some kits also include other pieces like hood scoops and window louvers. All these pieces can improve the appearance of your vehicle without actually having to do full bodywork on your car. Just remember to purchase body kits that are compatible with your vehicle.
Another reason to purchase body kits is to improve the aerodynamics of the vehicle. Usually, the ground effect kits were used by racing cars to help prevent them from rising off the pavement while running on fast speeds while turning. These kits are great for drivers who enjoy moving at high speeds.
The kits can also help improve the grip of the vehicle to the road and stabilize it on the road even when moving at higher speeds. A more stable vehicle is easier to control, which means they are safer to drive even at fast speeds.
Finally opening your body shop is just the first step to succeeding in your chosen business. The challenges you face before you finally open the shop are just the beginning. There are still other challenges that you may face as you grow your business. However, that shouldn’t stop you from putting up your business.
In this post, we’re going to discuss some of the most common difficulties faced by auto body shops. Through this, you can be better prepared for them and you’ll also realize that you are not alone in facing such difficulties.More
What is your dream car like? Do you dream of having huge speakers fitted at the trunk so you can bring the party wherever you want? Do you think neon lights under your car looks cool?
I know projects like applying a ceramic coating can be boring but before you modify your car to your liking, it’s worth your while to know which car mods you can have and which are illegal to do in the US. Below is a comprehensive list of those illegal mods.More
While there’s countless ways to mod or upgrade your classic car to align with your individual tastes or performance needs, one of the most tried and true methods to squeeze every last bit of HP available in the block is to tune the engines
While many engine can be easily tuned by simply reprogramming them through the special engine control unit or by using performance chips, other require updating classic parts to more modern designs.More
We love our vintage cars. They look cool, they retain their value, and they have a way of turning heads as you drive by.
Problem is: they usually drive like shit.
While we can forgive antiquated suspension and AM-only radio, one thing we can’t stand is the effort required to steer the cars that come with manual steering. At lower speeds, it really becomes an effort to turn the vehicle. you can also opt for power steering.
Don’t fret, there is a solution to that. Nowadays, you can now upgrade your classic car into one with power steering, here’s how…
Making sure that your business stays profitable can be challenging in this day and age. To better your chances, you have to improve your marketing strategy.
In a previous post, I’ve discussed how to start a custom car shop. In today’s post, I’m going to give you some marketing tips. These tips should help you get more loyal customers.
Is your car ceramic coated yet or are you thinking about getting it done? Before you rush to coat your car with ceramic, let me first explain what it really is. It may not be one of the things first car owners should know but you should definitely be informed about it.
It can help you decide whether it is best for your vehicle or not.
Okay so you have decided to take out the time and money to lower your car’s suspension. It sure-as-shit looks cool, but seriously, is it really worth it?
The debate isn’t about how you decided but should you really look forward to it or not.
Many drivers don’t even think once before lowering suspension as it gives out that supercar feel. Before you make the decision of lowering your vehicle’s suspension considering the advantages and disadvantages would be the best option.
Today’s article we’ll jot down all the points, against and in favor of lowering your car’s suspension. Just keep up with us and get to know what the right decision is.
Miles are like kryptonite to high-value classics, so in the world of show piece cars and trucks there’s a cardinal rule that you shall not break prior to a big event:
Thou Shall Not Drive Your Car To The Show
Look, the road is a dangerous and unpredictable place, why take the chance of getting a big bug goober on your car or windshield that you have to spend 15 minutes scrubbing off, or worse yet, getting into a fender bender on the way to the show.
Protect your investment, spend a little bit of money, and get those wheels off of the road and onto a flatbed tow truck.
In our opinion, it’s the safest, and most economical option to use when looking to transport your sports car.
Improving on perfection is tough work, and that may be why the engineers at Ford have made relatively few styling changes to their critically-successful transformation to the Mustang in 2015.
Other than lowering the front profile, widening the grill, the tweaking some louvers and edges here and there, the 2018 Ford Mustang GT looks a lot like, well, the 2015 Ford Mustang GT.
As for modders like us, we couldn’t be happier.
3 years of relative stability in the design has allowed custom shops like us and aftermarket suppliers like Cervini and Corsa to refine some truly kick-ass additions to the great foundation that Ford has laid down with the 2018 model.
So with 7 months and 4 Mustang job completed, we wanted to go over the essential customizations we feel any 2018 GT get in order to up their game from good to great!