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rockerfella
I am driving the 2014 Elantra GL 1.8 L 4Dr Sedan. I would like to get some information redarding places to get
1. Fog lights with kit and installation ( GL did not come with fog lights)
2. Body Kit.
3. Spoiler.
4. LED Door sill ( written Elantra)
5. Alloy wheels
It would be great if anyone could direct me to any shops in Toronto.

Also i would like to know...... currently I a getting Av. 10.5 L/100Km in city. I have the eco on..... Is this a gud average? before buying I read reviews that the Av. in city would be around 7 L/100 Km.Please let me know and advice how to reach that goal.
Is there any way to increase the hp without compromising the mpg?

Thanks.
elantragt
Welcome to EC! happy-wavehello6.gif

Honestly, the best place to start looking for most of those mods is Ebay.

You mentioned LED door sills. Here's an example:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/led-door-scuff-Sil...Qlp&vxp=mtr

A nice spoiler:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FIT-FOR-2011-2013-...8ba&vxp=mtr

Fog light kit:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HYUNDAI-Genuine-NE...pBS&vxp=mtr

Nice unpainted body kit:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fit-For-11-13-Elan...C1I&vxp=mtr

I've done a lot of modding and a good portion of my stuff was bought on Ebay. You could also try a place like Korean Auto Imports. If you aren't mechanically inclined, you could find a local installer.

As far as getting the best mileage, there are so many factors like how much stop and go driving you do. But the best way to maximize gas mileage is to have a light foot on the accelerator. cool.gif
rockerfella
Thank you so much....
bhorste
Welcome to the Club!
a_v
Hello and welcome!

Shark Racing and Seoulful Racing are worth a browse too.
rockerfella
Hello everyone.....
Thank you so much for the help....
I installed Arctic white halogen headlights today.....
After installing I noticed that on low beam both the beams are uneven.... When infront of a wall.... the right beam is higher than the left beam.... not by much though.... is it normal?
Please help....!
slowgls
Yep. It's designed that way to not blind the on coming driver. That's why the cut offs point to the right.

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