Ummmm . "Devalue" IS a word and it means to lower the value. And, by the way, putting Lambo doors on a BMW will devalue the car at trade in because it will greatly reduce the number of people that might buy the car. The majority of people shopping for cars at dealerships are looking for unmodified cars. I agree that the OP should do what he wants, but he needs to understand the impact.and actually it doesnt de-value your car. nor does it lower the value. but it doesnt help the value. if you have an accident it is harder to replace those door pieces because you wont be replacing your doors you will just be using a kit. so ye dont let anyone tell you how to mod your car. but it doesnt devalue it. which isnt a word in the first place but whatever.
dont worry about it lowering the value of the car. some people will pay more for those doors some will pay less. and over all no one cares. if you trade it in it will be the same trade in value. either way.
I don't see the logic in that. If ANYTHING it might hinder a safe and easy rescue in the event that you flip your car, but even then your door would probably be too fvcked to open anyways, lol.I was told that it might change the characteristics of how a door recieves a hit from the side and it might for example not deploy the air bag.
(sry if I dont make sense, I'm just really sleepy)
I Agree, this is all just common sense, I'm just too sleepy to comprehend.I don't see the logic in that. If ANYTHING it might hinder a safe and easy rescue in the event that you flip your car, but even then your door would probably be too fvcked to open anyways, lol.
Once the door is closed, it's design is the same no matter what kind of hinges are placed on it. :thumbsup: