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Hey guys i very recently purchased my first car which is a Suzuki Swift SZ3 which i love to bits but was wondering what i can do to make it even better, i'm not the best when it comes to cars but would love to hear what you guys think i should add/change! Much appreciated :D

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Hello from down the road
Most people do a few small mods then work up to the obsessed stage Check the forums for things people have done.

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Welcome pal. Aye it's always the first wee things that start only to be followed by more & more!
I had a 08 rs415 that started life normal and ended up with everything getting done to it.........
Now on the zc32s and started quietly with mats, heko deflectors, mud flaps and tidy bolts and such like......
Lowering springs sitting in the shed for a quiet weekend to get done, then front n' rear brace......

So take your time and remember mods like seats, wheels, suspension, exhausts can affect your insurance so check before you buy anything with your insurance company as I know a few examples where companies have walked away from incidents when they find non genuine parts that weren't declared.
Loads you can still do though, heko wind deflectors, mats, head unit swap out, speakers & amp headlight conversion etc.
Only limit is your wallet.....
Running Stock aside from wind deflectors, Genuine sport mats, Pipercross Air filter, under bonnet tidy bolts & mud flaps........... for now


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Welcome! As said look at the showroom threads for inspiration.

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