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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 02-07-2011, 06:43 AM Thread Starter
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The Laws of Modding.

I thought there ought to be a thread where we could collect all the laws of modding that we have observed over the years. I'll start:

1. If you screw with something long enough, it will break.

2. Modders have to mod. Especially if it's perfect the way it is.

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If you lose patience and rush a mod, you’ll end up having to re-do it.
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If the first mod doesn't work, try another brand.

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Best and cheapest way to mod is to wait until the part is worn out or broken to upgrade. Get more for your money and no excess parts laying around.



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---This applies to cobalts only-----

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----When all methods of reinstallation of part "X" via proper instructions have failed, typically, resorting striking park "X" back into place has been known to work.

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a car can be... Fast, cheep, and reliable... PICK TWO



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Modded cars should look clean and smooth. Rice grows out of the ground and is a grain, thus making it neither clean, nor smooth. :D


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When in doubt smack it with a sledgehammer.

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measure twice, cut once

try compatibility between paint and clear brands before painting the actual pieces

nothing a little money cant fix

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