Monday, April 21, 2008

Custom Built Motorcycles & Custom Modifications Since 1996


Have you been searching for a company that can assist you with Custom Built Motorcycles and Custom Modifications? There is no better time than the present time to check out Doin It Dirty Custom Motorcycles. We pride ourselves on great customer service and remain flexible to work with specific needs. Complete How to build your own Custom Bike Course and Build Your Own Custom with the Owner package.

Doin It Dirty Custom Motorcycles is a leader in the United States in respect to Custom Built Motorcycles and Custom Modifications. So why should you choose Doin It Dirty Custom Motorcycles?
  • Unparalleled Customer Service
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  • Portfolio Of Previous Work
  • Many satisfied customers in the U.S.
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At Doin It Dirty Custom Motorcycles we think of our clients as partners, for we work as a team. Moreover, we work hard at maintaining the highest customer satisfaction and giving back to our Fort Wayne Indiana community. If you have any questions, in regards to Custom Built Motorcycles or Custom Modifications, let us know, and we will be glad to answer them.

Acura Car Pictures

Acura is the performance and luxury division of Honda. The brand was created in 1986 and became the first Japanese luxury car line. Since then Nissan and Toyota have also introduced luxury car brands, Infiniti and Lexus, respectfully.
2000 Acura Integra
2001 Acura NSX T
2001 Acura RSX
2003 Acura CL Type S concept
Acura Integra with custom mods
Acura NSX

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

The Future (finally) Is Now (sort of...)

Remember growing up and reading those "futuristic" books of how the future would be?

The books were probably printed in the 60's or 70's but they still were in public school libraries when I checked and rechecked them out, repeatedly, in elementary school in the early-mid 80's.

I loved the animated drawings of "Cities of the future" with all the futuristic things they entailed - robots, automated walkways, lots of tubes and really shiny buildings that didn't have things like... edges.

But the coolest thing of all was flying cars.

Between these books and Hollywood movies (Bladerunner had flying cars and it took place in 2010-ish Los Angeles; Back to the Future had flying car modification and it took place in 2015 Hill Valley) we should be on the brink of commuter skyways.

Where are our flying cars? We have no flying cars.

Or do we?

Flying Car of the FUTURE!

For a mere $3,500,000.00 you can own your very own flying car.

And as an added bonus, this baby runs on cleaner alcohol-based fuel and actually gets 21 miles per gallon - in case gas pump prices are taking their toll.

The fact that this sucker gets better economy than most SUVs and trucks is impressive.

And then there's the issue of parking. But, hey... baby steps, right?

I'd just find it hugely entertaining to see the face of a state trooper as s/he clocks you going about 340 mph.

I think that we're still a long way off from affordable flying cars. Once again, technology, economics and real-life trump hollywood. But maybe that's a good thing. We've all seen morons not able to handle simple things like traffic signs, HOV lanes and not putting down their cell phones.

Trilogy Sticks With MTV Networks for Virtual Pimp My Ride

-Videogame software developer Trilogy Studios announced it will continue to collaborate with MTV Networks on MTVN's Pimp My Ride virtual world, which it helped launch.

Virtual Pimp My Ride features the same larger-than-life, West Coast-style car modification that popularized the MTV show of the same name. It also lets users personalize avatars and race their vehicles in multiplayer challenges. According to the company, Trilogy will help evolve the world, adding new features, additional functionality and "a deeper level of engagement."

The announcement marks an expansion for Trilogy's virtual world software development studio, which is aimed at developing new virtual world properties for media companies. "We’ve developed a business model that enables media companies to successfully monetize their franchises through virtual world networks including micro-transactions, in-game advertising and sponsorships, premium subscriptions and e-commerce," said Michael Pole, Trilogy's Chairman and CEO.

The Cool Car

The Unic Cars


What compels these car owners to go to extremes in the world of car modifications?

They are different, totally insane and head turning.

Unlike owners of brands like Ferrari, Porsche or Lamborghini, which compared to these cars, are common, these owners want to take car modification to the extreme….’how low can you go?’, ‘how big n bad is your spoiler?’. You can quite easily spend the same money on these cars as on purchasing a Ferrari.

As DannyBoy says “You can buy a Ferrari from anywhere….most people nowadays would not even bother looking at them, they are common you see……but these cars….you always get a comment….some people think they are ugly or stupid, but others think they are radical!…..the madder the badder….see!”

To these extreme modders, these cars are aesthetically pleasing….and pushing the boundaries of aerodynamics….a statement to the drones….we are unique, we are original! One thing is for sure….avoid those speed bumps!










Body kits

Imagine turning an ordinary looking car into It can be done. Start of with a nice looking body styling kit. Then add on a rear spoiler. Change the rims to stylish ones that suit your taste. There are thousands to choose from. Then lower your car by changing over to lowering spring kits. That's about it. Wanna customised more? How bout swapping the hood, lamborghini style doors. Move onto the car's interior and change the seats, shift knob, steering and pedals. then add a bass thumping sound system and you got yourself an only one of it's kind. Just imagine, of all the millions of cars around the world, yours is the only car that looks like that. There are tons you can do to modify your car. You don't have to do it all at once. Take your time and do it at your own pace. to bookmark this page or simply BodyKits dot BZ and remember to check this site out whenever you wanna accessorize!

Through here you can find car body kits from APEXi, Blitz, Greddy, Wings West, Xenon and Replica body kits including AD style, AL style, Black Widow style, Blitz style, Drift style, Extreme style, Street Fighter 2 style, Sensei Evo style, 3P style, Buddy Club style, Bomex style, Combat Kombat style, CTR style, Cwest style, Mugen style, R33 style, SF style, TF style, VS Invader style, N-One style, ING style, Black Widow II style, R34 style, Ninja style, Evolution style, Big Mouth style, Type M3 style, VS Invader II style, SF II style, Mugen style, Feelz style, ZEA style, GT style, REV style, Blitz II style and Type R style, euro style, AMG, Lorinser, Expression body kits

Funny Car

This funny car concept was copied from It doesn't known who submit this pic or who is the owner. But, if you think to modify your beauty car become a unique and funny car, it could be very very good alternative. It looks like a fish, isn't it ? :D

Funny Modification Car, a Ka Ford

Hahaha .. ! drive this Ka Ford every Sunday morning turn around your city. All children in the park will try to catch you. "Haiiii,… I want to drive the Dolphin … !!! " Haaahahaha …

Car insurance quotes for Modded cars

Here is a long overdue article. Car insurance - all policies state "Has the car been modified, altered or adapted from the manufacturers original specification or has it been tuned.

All insurers need to know if a car has been modified. The stats of the insurers generally show that modified cars are involved in more claims, not just accidents but there is a greater likely hood of the car being nicked. There is also the possibility that lower suspension or wider wheels could adversely affect the handling of the car so the model they rated and gave a group to does not apply to your unique vehicle. So an underwriter needs to agree 'terms' of cover.

Any modification to your car must be notified to your insurers or you risk invalidating your cover.

Even stickers could represent a 'Moral hazard' to the insurers. Failure to notify insurers could render your insurance invalid leaving you to face prosecution for failure to buy adeqate car insurance for your vehicle or if a claim is paid on your behalf they could well ask for reimbursement of amounts paid out for you so even if you are Third Party Only you could lose out.

Insurance - notification of modifications.

When getting car insurance a little paranoia is a good thing. Always keep a copy of all correspondence sent/received in response to a modification being notified to your car insurers. It is helpful if you can detail every modification and even supply a rolling road printout to allow the underwriter to assess your car.

Some car insurers may offer car insurance quotes at normal terms (no extra premium), Apply terms (extra premium, & or higher excess & or agreement to replace modified parts with standard parts.

State honestly what you have done to your car insurance company when you get a quote but think about how you disclose the modifications. For example you might note that a SPORTS EXHAUST is the same thing as a 3inch bore stainless steel exhaust with a 25 year guarantee. (One sounds much better to an insurer than the other.) As does the difference between a high performance air filter and washable direct replacement air filter. If a chip increases MPG state this as your primary reason for upgrading rather than mention this as a side effect and then state that it also gives slightly more power as a secondary reason. Car insurance companies, contrary to popular belief to want to insure people they just don't like taking on too much extra risk and most of the decision making is done by a person who reviews each case on its own merits.

How do insurers set rates for modified cars and custom cars?

When setting a car insurance premium for a modified car, an insurer will also look at the base car you started from - diesels are favoured over petrol. A £500 car with a £1000 ICE install and £2000 worth of 20 inch alloy wheels is an obviously increases the risk of the car going 'missing' and most insurers would refuse this unless you agree that they can replace the nicked items with standard parts. When you drive a Group 20 car costing £30,000 and add £2000 of alloy wheels and a £1000 ICE install they are less likely to impose terms. And if the car already does 0-60 in 4 seconds and you modify it to go 0-60 in 3.7 seconds again there is little weight to the argument of an increased premium.

Car insurers want to see enthusiasts that love cars and look after them rather than the boy racer who wants to impress his mates in the 7/11 car park.

Getting car insurance cover first and then applying modifications later to the car often means the insurer will listen to you whereas they would refuse a new person with no record. Obviously you need to choose a sympathetic car insurer and there are no guarantees but ask you friends who they insure with. Buying an already modified car is also a good bet - you didn't do the mods so theoretically are not so much of a risk to the insurance company.

Modified friendly insurers - Norwich Union, Adrian Flux - if you have any others please let our other Torquecars members know in our forum. Many Lloyds syndicates will also be willing to listen and offer you personalised terms. It is certainly worth contacting a large Broker and let him do the searching and negotiating for you. For standard cars the insurance supermarkets give excellent ranges of prices and make shopping around easier.