Have you ever heard car guys mock ricers? If you’re new to this, here’s a four-part guide to make sure you don’t start off on the path to becoming a ricer yourself.
Begin your automotive modification journey with a new set of wheels. Nothing else transforms the look of a car more than a beautiful set of alloys. Go bigger, go wider. Bigger wheels fill up the wheel wells better giving the car a more aggressive, hunkered stance while width makes the car look planted, sturdily hugging the ground.
Bigger and wider wheels will of course need some new rubber to go with it. Be sure to buy the exact tire size that matches your wheels from a brand you trust. In critical conditions, the right tires could spell the difference between life and death. Now, to complement the new look, spice up the front end with a sporty front grill to give the car a fierce stare as if ready to devour every piece of open road.
Lastly, before you go full-throttle on engine and performance modifications, first make sure that your brake system is up to the task of stopping those extra ponies you plan on adding.
For nothing but the best, buy Brembo brakes. The company has been in business since the 1960s, and manufacturers such as Ferrari and Porsche trust no one but Brembo to supply stopping power for their vehicles. They also have a wide variety of brake disc and caliper combinations so you can buy your very own Brembo brakes whatever your budget.
Owning and modifying a car is such a fulfilling personal experience. It’s an exciting way to express your personal taste through the metal you create. Some may criticize or disagree, but it always boils down to how you like it. Happy modding!