If you had $4000 to spend on your car, but could only spend on "Performance" parts/work or "Bling" or Visual items which would you spend it on ??
"When I die, I want to die like my grandfather, who died peacefully
in his sleep. Not screaming in panic like the passengers in his car."
------------------------ 05 C6
Best ET 11.61 @ 118 mph
Vararam, KOOKS Headers, FTI Converter,
160 T Stat & Tuned By Cartek
4K huh?... wheels and tires.... that's my next move at this point. (Got my track wheels from a member out in SoCal so I'm ready to rock on that front).. just want some Nurburgring wheels for my street tires.. I guess with some really nice new sneakers that would take about 2800-3000.. I got a grand left!! ... More Carbon Fiber please!!... Front spoiler and some side skirts!!
What category would Caravaggio Daytona seats come under? 'Cause the more I think about it I've probably spent more on performance type mods than bling. Or maybe there needs to be a hybrid category too? It just so happens that some of that performance is also pretty blingy. Like a carbon fiber splitter, bling or performance? EE pedal set, bling or performance? Michelin super sports are performance but a new steering wheel is bling, I guess, but, I sure like the way it feels a ton more than the OEM one. Now I'm confused. I think when I read performance I was strictly thinking engine modifications but there are more ways to improve performance than just bhp.
Last edited by Cyber Greg; 02-08-2013 at 10:32 PM.
It's all good but there's no question about for me.....improving the car's performance does more to enhance my driving experience than the ornamental stuff.
__________________ 2005 Corvette C6 Coupe
Magnetic Red Metallic II/Cashmere, MN6, 1SB, F55
Lingenfelter 403 Conversion, LG Pro Headers (coated), Corsa Sport Exhaust, Lingenfelter CAI, Accusump, LGM Coil-Over Suspension & Bump-Steer Kit, T1 Sway Bars, Pfadt Control Arm Bushing Kit, Elite Eng. Tunnel Plate & Oil Catch-Can, SKF Racing Hubs/Bearings, AP Racing Brakes, DRM Brake Ducts, Custom Roll Bar, Sparco Seats, Wide-Booty, CCW C10 Wheels,Setup: LG Motorsports