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Old 16 Jan 2008, 07:16 pm
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Default How would you upgrade a Automatic 1.3cc/89 HP 4cylinder Honda Jazz/Fit?

I'm driving it for two years now and I'm bored. It's Champagne colored, with a standard tires & wheels (175/65R14 & 14x5.5JJ). No CD changer, no roof spoiler, no fog lights..well basically no nothing. Pls advised...
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Old 16 Jan 2008, 07:31 pm
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Old 16 Jan 2008, 07:46 pm
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Modding a car is all about personal style and preference. So i'm going to give you suggestions, not 'get this deck' or 'get those wheels'.You could always still get all the stuff that didn't come with the car (roof spoiler, fogs, etc). Check out www.handaaccessories.com , I find that they have some of the better prices and the biggest variety for Honda accessories. Of course, you can always check out ebay.If you decide to get an aftermarket radio... Two brands to consider: Alpine and Pioneer. Alpine is known for having excellent sound quality and Pioneer has really nice display with pretty much every little sound tweaking doodad that you can think of. Just keep in mind that actual sound quality will actually not improve that much on stock speakers. Look for more functions such as ipod, mp3 cd etc., if you choose not to upgrade the speakers.Just stay away from Aiwa or the cheapo brands. And don't get a Sony..You can get some new aftermarket wheels as well. Rota makes nice replicas of JDM wheels. Or you can just shop around at websites like www.tirerack.com or www.wheelsnext.com to see what you like. If you decide to get wheels in a bigger size such as 17", make sure to complement it with springs(& shocks?) or else your car will be riding around 4x4 style.Not sure if you're interested in performance since you didn't mention it, but you won't gain much extra out of the small engine anyhow.Since you actually called the car a Jazz, i'd check out www.fitfreak.net . It's a good forum dedicated to just your car.
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