We all want to keep our vehicle looking and performing at its best, which is why we spend weekend after weekend working out the kinks. So, it should come as no surprise when you finally run out of ideas about what to work on next. Fortunately, we here at AutoAnything know that getting the most out of your ride is a project that never ends, so take advantage of these easy DIY car mods to continue optimizing your ride’s looks and performance.
Upgrade Your Headlight Bulbs
One of the quickest DIY car upgrades on this list, swapping out your headlight bulbs makes a huge aesthetic difference and takes less than 30 minutes on most vehicles. Capable of expanding your field of vision no matter if you’re driving on city streets or in the back country, upgrading your headlight bulbs is a surefire way to improve your ride’s safety. There are a wide variety of headlight upgrades ranging from just the bulbs to the entire housing – both of which can change your front-end’s look. To find the best headlight upgrades for your ride, read on here.
Replace Your Air Filter
A regular part of car maintenance, replacing your air filter is one of the simplest, easy car upgrades you can find. And, since it’s a breeze to do it yourself, it’s also an easy way to save money on repair costs. Most auto manufacturers recommend replacing your air filter at 30-45,000 mile intervals, so when the time comes to replace your air filter – all you have to do is locate your factory air box assembly and replace the worn filter with a high-performance and reusable upgrade or an OE style replacement. This simple upgrade is an easy way for you to enjoy the benefits of better throttle response, improved fuel economy and additional power – and save money doing it.
Install a Cold Air Intake
If you’re looking for easy car mods that are a little more powerful than simply replacing your air filter, then installing a new cold air intake is the next job for you. Thanks to factory air box removal, most vehicles are capable of having a new intake installed in less than an hour. Designed to feed fresh oxygen into your engine, a brand new intake is everything you need to get the most horsepower and torque out of your ride. We can even help walk you through the installation process – it really is easy!
Update Your Steering Wheel
As with most of these easy performance upgrades, installing a new steering wheel cover makes your worn factory component look and feel new again. Capable of improving the look of a steering wheel that’s been worn down from years of service, a new steering wheel cover can even provide a more factory-finished look. From burlwood to leather, we have steering wheel covers to cater to a variety of tastes.
Upgrading your ride doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Small updates can make a big difference and will leave your passengers wondering how to do the same. For more information and the parts to get the job done – look no further than AutoAnything.