What is the most annoying tuning mode nowadays?

The tuner scene is much broader than it was in the mid-2000s, but that didn’t stop them from coming up with new ways to personalize their rides. Sometimes these tweaks create subtle but successful changes that make the end product even better than the original. Other times, it’s not like that, so we’re wondering what the most annoying tuner mode is today.

It doesn’t even have to be anything meaningless. For example, exhaust modes are notorious around the world for being extremely annoying and not completely useless at the same time. In some countries where the changes are illegal, the owners will actually use the internal components of their catalyst converter to improve the flow, increase the volume and destroy the skirts at the same time.

To our ears though, only cars that are capable of being very loud are so fast that you can hear them flying for a short time. No one thinks a Nissan vein with a large grease exhaust pipe is so attractive as to consider what you did with the rest of it.

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Another annoying mode must be the steady crowd running around the country with so many camber on their wheels that Nবারrburging’s carousel would be embarrassed if it could happen. Some of these vehicles have so many camber that they struggle to overcome the slightest obstacles on the road.

Of course, we should not forget about some bad mode which is a thing which is completely fake and has no purpose other than to deceive the unknown. The aftermarket has a lot of cars with fake scoops, gills and even exhausts! Imagine being able to have all these people if they were to spend that cash on parts of actual performance.

Although I don’t get any fake parts like fake red brake caliper cover. Not only are they actually a brand that one might know, but as a cover they are ridiculously unreliable. They scream and scream and sometimes move randomly while driving. At least those drivers are getting what they paid for in that case.

Still, we’re sure you’ve found the answer yourself so tell us, what’s the most annoying tuner mode today?

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