These cars are designed for one thing only, to be cheap daily drivers that could be disposed of when the time came. Im sorry but this 3 cylinder FWD 5 door hatch-back was never intended to be "Racing" car. All of these modifications seem so utterly pointless because no matter what you do its still gonna be slow, look like crap and handle like crap.
Yeah but you could also spend money on just about anything to get people to turn their heads, doesnt mean its money well spent. If I where to do this to any car, I would do it to at least a half decent one. Imagine how a Brilliance M2 would look with similar modifications... Amazing thats how! If those are too expensive then why not a FlagCloud or Windcloud? Those seem like decent cars. Also why put Nissan GTR, Toyota Racing Division TRD and Honda Mugen badges onto a Chery? People laugh at that kind of stuff...
hmmmm. the expression 'we all gotta start somewhere' springs to mind.
sadly, I doubt there is anything on the car that makes it go faster than it did before but never mind.
ground wires on the HT leads are for one thing only - to get people to pay 50USD for a set of HT leads in the belief that they make the car go faster. with the exception of possibly reducing radio interference, grounding your HT lead is the last thing you want to be doing!
still, it's a bit of fun for the owner and his mates and one day they may all have modified Skylines, NSX or whatever, then those badges will come in handy.
What it really needs is a set of shocks and springs to get it much lower and stiffer, and then something to make it faster - either strip all the interior out except for a pair of lightweight front seats or engineer a turbo conversion for it. or both.
and why do people insist on painting brake drums in bright colours. it's like an ugly person in a small swimsuit.