Creating the perfect vehicle performance build:
So you just watched Fast and the Furious and want to go fast huh? We’ve all been there, haha.
On a more serious note, let’s get to work and figure out how to get the most bang for your buck!
There are many, many ways to upgrade your vehicle, and it all comes down to what you are looking for.
Is it speed? Style? A little bit of both? Most people looking for speed start at the engine and work their way down, whereas people looking to change the styling of the car rarely even have to pop the hood. If I am doing my own build I usually prefer a mix of both.
Engine modification can range from as simple as a new engine intake, all the way to a complete engine internal rebuild. Turbos, superchargers, nitrous, you name it and it can be done. It usually just depends how wide of a wallet you have available. A couple hundred bucks can turn to thousands really quick once you get hooked on the rush of modification haha.
The best thing you can do is to sit and think about exactly what it is that you want. Once you start to get a vision then start sketching or writing down what it is that you want to do. After a little bit of thinking you will come up with a basic concept for your creation, and once that happens then you need to chase that idea with a passion.
Remember that every car build will always be a bit different than the last, and a lot of people use modifications as a way to express themselves and nothing more. Not everybody is trying to race, and not everybody is trying to look cool, we’re all just out here trying to have a good time.
Most importantly, have fun!! Enjoy what you are doing, even if it is not the most exotic build or the fastest car that does not matter, what matters is how much fun you have with it while you’re working. The feeling of that first start up after an engine build is usually one of the biggest rushes/feelings of accomplishment for myself.
If you ever have an idea you are unsure how to execute then feel free to reach out here or send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org, I love solving challenges.