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Old 15 Mar 2012, 10:01 pm
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Default how to trick out my honda accord?

so im lookin for thingsd to trick my honda accord out with that i am buying in a month































so far im buying subs and putting blue flashing lights in back seat that will go to the base of the subs















windows will be slightly tinted































any other ideas? or tips
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Old 15 Mar 2012, 10:16 pm
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huge spoiler and tons of underglow also as many racing parts decals are the way to go. definately some spinners or dubs huge exhaust tip to make it sound fast. cool colored headlights, stick on hood scoop, and roof scoop, stick on port holes on the side for better air flow and chrome all the trim and dont forget to spray paint the hood trunk and mirrors black
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Old 15 Mar 2012, 10:32 pm
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Chop the drop, channel the body, put a 2' drop kit in it and paint it neon pink. Then put a wing on it, projector head lights and put +2 rims on it. Bag the suspension and install an under-glow it. Stick a dummy blower on the hood and install a fake blow of noise generator. Remember to install a garbage can exhaust system with a flame thrower set up.
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Old 15 Mar 2012, 11:16 pm
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Get some red rims, a black spoiler, a carbon fiber hood, dont forget the nos decals and racing seats. Finally, when you feel that youre ready for some real " performance", you can slap on a big ass can muffler and go around town annoying the crap out of everyone
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Old 15 Mar 2012, 11:31 pm
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Get a large carbon fiber spoiler, definitely glossy black rims, get a new front bumper that looks sporty, get shiny blue headlights, and drop the car 2 inches, but not more or it will scrap the ground and you'll have headaches. That should be enough.
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Old 15 Mar 2012, 11:46 pm
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I buy and sell cars like civics preludes and accords. there cheap to buy stock and easy to increase the value on. Subs are a pluss. simple things like neon lights are cheap and will make a car pop. i always put the neon tubes under the dash were the pedals are on both side so it glows on the floor bord, same on the back seats.=$60-$75. dome lights can change color with a little colored rubber sleave that goes right over your bulb=$3. body kits are always a pluss. You can find good used ones for= $200-250. cheap paint job with body repair(hail dints ect)$500. Exuast. find someone good at welding pay them 20 bucks to cut your muffler off and if its not really for performance, just looks then go with a cheaper brand.=100 total of =$1000 ====to 3-4 grand price increase.
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