Recently I started working for a little bit and earned some money. I have right now about $500 to spend and need some advices on what should I buy for my Rav???
I beg to differ. $500 goes a long way. You can stretch it as far as you want. I'll share with you my personal list. You can do the same mods, but make sure you show them off to me so I can take a look:Zeoth said:$500 doesn't go far. Personally I mod in sets. So for example:
Front Safari bar with PIAA offroad fog projectors and side tubes and maybe a rear bar if you really want. Definitely over $500
Replace with a better sub and an upgraded amp. Definitely over $500
Intake and exhaust (which I don't think anyone has made an intake yet) and definitely over $500 for both.
About the only thing I can think of that's $500 or less is snowboard rack and a tow ball or rear cargo tray or set of all winter mats or mud flaps or a front hood guard.
Well... your list isn't exactly complete.zoomie said:- Cross Drilled Rotors: $120 (ebay)
- Gauge pillar: $30 (ebay)
- Pillar pods (3): $30 each x 3 = $90 (ebay)
- Hawk brake pads: $80 (ebay)
- Door damping: $50 (home depot bldg flashing)
- headlights (Nokya ebay): $22 (i used to have these)
- foglights (Nokya ebay yellow): $22 (have 'em now)
- Pilot exhaust tip: $25 (cardomain.com)
- K&N air filter: $50 (ajusa.com)
You're completely right about the installation part. I did assume the work would be done by him and his friends. Brake pads are covered in item number 4 (Hawk Pads and I estimated $80). No I am not suggesting he changes the brake fluid. I did not forget the pillar pods. See item #3 above or follow this link: http://stores.ebay.com/AUTOSQUARE-STORE_GAUGE_W0QQcolZ4QQdirZ1QQfsubZ9QQftidZ2QQtZkmZeoth said:Well... your list isn't exactly complete.