When it comes to car production, every manufacturer will make sure the next model is better than the previous ones in terms of how it consumes fuel and how well it does on the road. Nonetheless, you will have to make modifications on your vehicle if this will interfere with how fast it can go or how it will do when you are cutting corners. There are tons of ways you can modify your car. There are some of the mods which are complicated but some of them are very simple. Once you drive the car home, you might be dying to start making the modification but the best thing is to hold on for a while. Drive the vehicle for a while as you get used to it so that when you get down to the actual modifications you will be aware of what you should do. In addition, it will be easy for you to tell if by making the modifications you have made the vehicle much better or worse than it was before. You also need to have details on what you are looking for in your car because if this is not straight you will keep taking it apart and building it up again without achieving anything.
Ask yourself whether you want to use less fuel on the vehicle, have it accelerate faster or stop quicker. Whether you want those things or not, if you have a clear grip on what modification you want to make, you aren’t going to throw your resources on something you will not find useful in the end. When you start making the modifications, work on a single thing at a time. This ensures that once there is a problem you will know exactly what is causing that. If you have never worked on car modifications before, consider starting with the cold air intakes.
Every new car comes with a standard airbox responsible for filtering clean air to be delivered to the engine. Nonetheless, there might be restrictive airflow which interferes with how the air is delivered to the engine. By getting a custom cold-air intake for your car, more unfiltered air will get to the engine which increases the rate at which the car accelerates and reduced the fuel consumption. It is not uncommon for vehicles to be tuned down in terms of fuel consumption in order to make them more reliable. Do not fit this intake in the engine bay but rather seal it away. This makes sure that the engine is not sucking in hot air as opposed to cold one. You can also give the cat-back exhaust a try because it is very simple especially if you will be opening up the air intake.