The Best Car Mods Anyone Can Do

The Best Car Mods Anyone Can Do

The best car mods anyone can do. Good car mods explained and how to modify your car the right way, DIY with Scotty Kilmer. Best first car mods to have. Tire modifications, brake modifications and radiator modifications explained. There are advantages to modifying your car, buy only if you choose the right mods. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 50 years.

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This is the people’s automotive channel! Learn how to fix your car and how it works. Get a chance to show off your own car on Sundays. Or show off your own car mod on Wednesdays. Tool giveaways every Monday to help you with your own car projects. We have a new video everyday! I’ve been an auto mechanic for the past 50 years and I’m here to share my knowledge with you.

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HolyGrail 95 says:

Man his a trip. Lol

westos says:

Hey, I'll need new tires soon For my 2015 Toyota Corolla 215/45r17 they factory. Do you think bigger tires are better for it what sizes you think?

Mike Foehr says:

Scotty…you are a Titan man…the world needs more people like you in it…no nonsense and bullshit…what else can I say!

Mike Foehr says:

My 2013 Tacoma came with brake pads and rotors that I think were under designed for the duty of the truck or I am making my truck work harder than it should…so when the rotors started to warp I got Msport slotted and drilled rotors and Hawk Pads for my 13 Taco…what an improvement in brake performance. I then got Goodyear Duratracs for mud and snow…now these are not wimpy tires. The traction in wet and snow is off the charts. They are damn good in mud as well. I think if you spend a bit more and buy hi performance brakes, the cost is offset buy the parts lasting much longer. I have at least 70 000 kms on my front brakes and they are still going strong.

Wild Man says:

great video as always would love to see some more motorcycle related videos if possible maybe a rad flush or how to remove rear wheel on chain shaft drive thanks for all the great information

GrimReaper1675 says:

LOL it looks like Scotty knows what a ricer is XD

Edward Gonzalez says:

What tires do you recommend for a Toyota RAV4 2010?

deezomaxima says:

142 people like stupid mods

Boba Feet says:

Brakes: slotted and vented with quality ceramic pads; wheels and tires: replace steel wheels with cast aluminum or forged wheels that matches the original wheel-tire aspect ratio and proper tires that complements the car's horsepower and handling. Cast aluminum and forged wheels are lighter than steel wheels which means less rolling resistance. Also the mass of the tires can be considered but it's marginal; radiator: all aluminum such as Mishimoto but the stock will do unless it is a BMW. With light engine modifications such as ECU tuning, a performance air filter such as AFe and exhaust headers(depends on State law), some cars can gain a bit of power. Coilovers may be considerable if the car is a sports car or sports sedan because the handling characteristics of a car is limited by its suspension design i.e. kinematics in the design of its control arms and track width from front and rear.

Christopher Conard says:

A heavy duty radiator? What a concept. My old AMC Hornet had one, standard equipment with AC. I'm fairly certain my current car is even more sensitive to heat issues, yet has a tiny radiator.

Dillon Weaver says:

Shout out Seattle

adrian1994m says:

Hey guys there are no need to buy new rotors with more holes! Just drill a couple more holes in your current ones and that will save you some money too!

ps31871 says:

About the break rotor is a lie…

Max Power says:

What radiator can i put in my golf mk3 vr6 (1992 AAA engine). Im aware the stock radiator is pretty worn out…

Charlie Brown says:

I don't think Scotty understands the meaning of 'MOD'. It doesn't mean using higher quality existing parts. It means adding a non-OEM component to the vehicle that enhances a custom drive, look, feel, or performance feature.
Try again Scotty. Love your videos!

Forever Computing says:

Actually, the UK isn't as wet as you think it is. I swapped to alloy wheels and got the tyre size slightly wrong. When I replaced them I found the correct size (in the manual) the steering was much lighter, (60% instead of 55%) The rears are still on 60, but that doesn't matter.

I get medium quality tyres, I like to push my car a little. I don't mind changing them every 5-10,000 miles. But they last a little longer than that.

Tenchu Tesshu says:

Scotty why are you always hatin on Donk lowriders? Lol yes I own one.

P- Schrauber says:

Yes new tires are very useful, I change them when there is just 3mm left and winter tires when there is 4mm is left just for  better performance.Scotty you forgot winter tires, these are very important in colder regions with snow!To brake discs with holes I would make sure Thea are approved and tested by your TÜV and the traffic authorities.Too you might wait with replacements of special brake discs with holes and radiators until your car is not under warrenty regulations anymore.

Anthony Molina says:

In the hellcat dodge put 255 s in the rear big mistake

Unedited Gamer says:

Drilled rotors are highly discouraged the holes tend to effect the structural integrity while also causing hot spots and cool spots leading to cracks.

Slotted rotors however do not suffer from the same problems.

Codeman says:

Don't forget the flame decals to make it go faster!

Arthur Jones says:

Dont compramise…..Modify!!!!!!!!!

Chris Norton says:

Absolutely agree. I used to have a 94 F 350 with a 400 in it. I had a flatbed installed and drug a 24' dovetail trailer around with it. The only mod I made under the hood was the radiator based on the suggestion of a very good mechanic. The engine stayed so cool even under load that I think that the only reason the fan ever came on was to cool the a/c compressor. It was a great truck.

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