We live in remarkable times. Not only do we have access to things that previous generations could have only imagined, but now we can have it anytime and any way we want. There are ultimately no limitations to what we can alter, enhance, or modify, and this even includes the vehicles we drive.
Our unlimited ability to do nearly anything to our vehicles can be seen clearly in the Acura with RSX body kits. These are sets of mountable pieces that are designed to modify your vehicle in a way that will enhance your Acura to be the most appealing to you.
In addition to possibly include a new paint job, RSX body kits typically offer the roof scoops, side skirts and spoilers, front and back bumpers, as well as new front and back end side guards.
Over the past ten years or so the body kit has seen an increase in interest and as a result manufacturers are now offering alterations to the standard factory option. The basic traditional body kit usually will offer accessory options that are each selected because of how well they complement each other. However, there are many who will choose to pick their own assortment of designs based upon their own taste, and you will see people choosing items such as front ends from one vender and a tail end from another.
For most RSX body kits the material that is selected for the construction of the parts comes from one of three products. This includes the use of fiberglass, polyurethane, and carbon fiber, which is the most expensive of the three.
At the lower end, the least expensive form is Fiberglass, and this can be seen used on a variety of products, but it is important to know that due to its low impact resistance Fiberglass is capable of taking considerable damage from a very limited impact.
Possibly the most popular of the three is Polyurethane due to its flexibility, durability, and relatively inexpensive cost. One of the few drawbacks to using this product is the fact that it comes in a form that is heavier than fiberglass and can not be used in all situations.
Beyond these two there is carbon fiber, which is rarely seen on standard street legal cars due to its higher cost. Owners who do utilize this light weight and highly durable material often use it during racing, or for show. When not painted the surface has a uniquely distinct pattern of weaves that is highly attractive.
As the interest in body kits increase not only will the market grow, but so will the technology. There are many who are under the understanding that the market growth now is a result of the aftermarket tuning industry expanding well during the late 1900s. When this happened the demand for body kits rose and there were an increased number of manufacturers who utilized in-house departments to create modifications of existing traditional vehicle bodies.