Name A Car Mod People Think Is Cool That Really Isn't

We took it to the streets and asked our followers to “name a car mod people think is cool that really isn’t”. After last week’s show, I pitched the most popular answers to Adam to see what he thought about each one. Here’s a quick clip from that discussion.

We ask our Instagram followers for parts lists quite often. And It gives us an idea how enthusiasts are modifying their builds, and more importantly their opinion on specific parts. Here are some examples:

  • Excessive negative camber.
  • Unnecessary spoiler.
  • Pop, burble and crackle tune / 2-step rev limiter.
  • EZ-lip (it’s not a splitter).
  • Hood exhaust dump.
  • Anime stickers (itasha / painful car).

Do you agree, disagree or have any mods in mind? Leave a comment and we’d like to hear your thoughts.

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