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How to Make a Rice Rocket A thunderous roar echoes throughout the once quiet neighborhood I hear the revving of engines Suddenly there is a loud screeching of tires pealing out across the pavement The sound of the engines becomes even louder than before then quickly decreases as the cars speed away There is quiet for a few minutes then the whole thing repeats again This is a common occurrence in my neighborhood and always means one thing Its those racers in their rice rockets again To the layman a rice rocket is just another Japanese car but among the young generation this stands for a certain class of these popular imports Rice rockets cannot be bought at car dealers Normal Japanese cars must be made into rice rockets Rice rockets are Japanese cars that have been modified altered reworked repainted re-engineered etc into either a racing machine or something that just looks and sounds like one A car without any of these changes is just a standard model and is called stock Any car straight out the dealer would definitely be considered stock An important part of being a rice rocket is the look It is very easy to spot one among many cars There are numerous telltale signs that distinguish them from ordinary cars No car can be considered a rice rocket unless its lowered The lower the car the better preferably a couple of inches off the ground It is taboo to have stock rims on a rice rocket Nice rims are pricey but a must Also a must is tinted windows Other rice rocket owners frown upon having transparent windows Loud colors are a sure giveaway that its a rice rocket One color is usually not enough many prefer two or three tones Many decals supplement ricer rockets blanketing the car with racing stripes names insignias cartoon characters or anything that is designed to attract peoples
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