Mods for my car

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Asked by Oct 11, 2008 at 12:50 PM about the 2008 Nissan Sentra

Question type: Car Customization

I bought a 2008 Nissan Sentra a few months ago, she is my first car and i want to do tons of stuff to her! Anyone have anything they can suggest? My car is white, I know I want the windows tinted really dark and since my favorite color is purple I want to change alot of interior stuff to reflect that. SO anyone know anything?

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first,lower it with coilovers,then E.C.U., then turbo.maybe get some interior lights from Wal-Mart.

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You can lower it with springs or coilovers, body kit, spoiler, underglow kit, cold air intake, ecu, sound system, rims.... the list is endless but if you want to not look like a jap rice rocket then be classy with it. You didn't buy a Porsche remember, you aren't going to be going 150mph so you really don't need a body kit, spoiler. If you do want some more go from it ecu and cold air intake would be the place to start, no real point in adding a turbo since it would be expensive. Just please for the sake of not looking like an idiot, don't mod it to look like http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e167/TRBSER34/DSC00433.jpg you will be laughed at, remember it's a 4cyl not a twin turbo 6cyl or big 8cyl. I'm not saying it's a bad car but just don't rice it that's all I'm asking.

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LOL I love that picture... Someone should call the Trinity Autobody (number and logo on the windshield) and compliment them on the tape job.... I can't figure out why the tape is there though... It isn't patch tape...just looks like blue painters tape... Is he trying to protect his paint job?

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Haha please dont worry! I do not plan on looking ridiculous at all! I plan on going the classy route! Eventually its going to be a family car and i dont need to be laughed at! Im not intrested in a body kit, or really changing the look of it, i like the body just fine now. The interior changes are all a personal thing, just something to add some personality.

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I think that... being a girl... owning a sleeper (car that looks stock/bad but is totally modded under the hood) is alot more fun to have. Scenario- You pull up to a red light, next to a riced out car full of overconfident guys. They rev their engine trying to impress you. You smirk and burn their shit and laugh as you see their shocked faces in your rear view mirror

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Is it a 2.0 or a SE-R/Spec V if it is a 2.0 I would reccomend that you save your money and buy a used spec you will spend hundreds if not thousands making the 2.0 (if it was an SR20 diff story) "fast" only to get smoked by a stock spec. I owned a 2000 GXE and before I thought of modding it I was saving and bought a 2002 Spec V parts were cheaper and easier to find due to the fact that it was the sports edition not the base model.

I own a 2.0L B16 and honestly, I put a wing on it, tinted the tail lights and instead of body kit I bought black front and rear bumpers to match the tail lamps. (My car is the dark grey colour) also a magnaflow dual exhaust. My favourite colour is also purple I did 10 inch LED strips from Walmart down both B pillars and also the trunk light. That's all I've doNE so far. Still I recommend not to change the body. Colour is ok. Just no kits.. they look ridiculous and you'll save a ton of money.

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