Whats yalls ideas?

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Asked by Dec 28, 2010 at 06:24 PM about the Eagle Talon

Question type: Car Customization

what is the best way to make the car look more sporty, should i just go with a body kit and rims, or?

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Well, being a sports car person myself, my first suggestion would be to go all out with the kit and rims, but then you'd look a cock. Rims? Yes, thats a must for any modified car, but you should also lower the suspension in compliance. Body kit? Well now, this all depends. My philosophy is don't make you're car flashy unless you have the horses to back it up. In the end, your choice bro, . Fart cans? No. Go with a borla exhaust kit w/ a normal looking muffler unless you like the fart can, then go with a JIC Spec 90 series, its legal and gives you max performance. Another mod to give thought to, smoked out head and tail lights with xenon headlamps.

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