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Bodyshop

Inside the Body Shop.

The Body Shop is a subsection of the Vehicle Modification system found in Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition. The Body Shop is where players can modify the physical appearance of their vehicles. The shop is normally divided into two parts: Body Upgrades and Wheels. However, the two parts are combined when modifying motorcycles and Body Upgrades are not present for Exotics and certain models in the other four vehicle types.

A large number of parts are available for each vehicle at the start of the game. Others are unlocked by completing Club Races for that vehicle's type.

Body Upgrades Edit

Bodymenu

Inside the Body Upgrades menu. (Car turned away for reference.)

Body Upgrades
are found with most four-wheeled vehicles in the game. For the ones that do, the menu is separated into a number of smaller sections. (Note: numbers marked with an asterisk (*) do not apply to all vehicles from the type. Some may have different numbers of parts while others may not have this part available.
Tuners Classic/

Muscle

Luxury

Sedans

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SUVs

Front

Bumpers

20 10 6 5*
Rear

Bumpers

20 10 6 5*
Side

Upgrades

20 10 6 5*
Hoods 9 9/5 5*
Spoilers 20* 6
Taillights 10 Custom 5*
Rear

Upgrades

10 5*
Exhaust

Tips

18 12 18 18
Wheelie

Bars

6
Mud

Flaps

3
Louvers 3
One Shot

Kits

2
Front

Grill

Custom* 5*
Brush

Guards

4*
Chop Top 1* 1* 1*

Front Bumpers Edit

Frontbump

Front bumper.

Front Bumpers mount on the front of the vehicle as the name suggests.

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Rear Bumpers Edit

Rearbump

Rear bumper.

Rear Bumpers mount on the rear of the vehicle as the name suggests.

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Side Upgrades Edit

Sideup

Side upgrades.

Side Upgrades mount on the sides of the vehicle. These include side skirts on Tuners, Luxury Sedans, and Trucks/SUVs and various parts on Classic/Muscle cars.

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Hoods Edit

Hood

Hood in carbon fiber.

Airscoop

Airscoop.

Hoods mount on the front of the vehicle in front of the windshield. In addition to a style of hood, players can also select whether the hood is normal or carbon fiber. This is a cosmetic choice with no effect on performance. Classic/Muscle cars have their hood options separated into two parts: Hoods and Airscoops. Airscoops change appearance depending on which level of supercharger is equipped.

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Spoilers Edit

Spoilers are the wings that mount on the backs of vehicles. While most Tuners have 20 options for spoilers, the Volkswagen Golf R32 and Nissan Sport Concept (being hatchbacks) have 16.

Taillights Edit

Taillights mount on the rear of vehicles. Tuner taillights have the option to have their moldings body color, chrome, or carbon fiber. Luxury Sedans normally only have Custom taillights as an option.

Rear Upgrades Edit

Rearup

Rear upgrade.

Rear Upgrades are mounted on the rear of Classic/Muscle cars and some Trucks/SUVs. Options include spoilers, luggage racks, and spare tire holders.

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Exhaust Tips Edit

Rearex

Rear exhaust.

Exhaust Tips mount to the vehicle and expel exhaust gases. They always mount under the rear bumper on Tuners, Luxury Sedans, and Trucks/SUVs. On Classic/Muscle cars, the first 7 mount under the rear bumper while the last 5 mount on the sides.
Sideex

Side exhaust.

Unlike certain real life exhausts, these do not change the sound of the exhaust note.

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Wheelie Bars Edit

Wheelie

Wheelie bars.

Wheelie Bars mount to the rear of most Classic/Muscle cars. While in real life, they prevent cars from rising too high and potentially damaging themselves, they appear to be purely cosmetic in the game.

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Mud Flaps Edit

Mudflaps

Mud flaps.

Mud Flaps mount to the wheel wells of Classic/Muscle cars. They appear to be just for show as their real life function is not an issue in the game.

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Louvers Edit

Louvers mount to the rear window of certain Classic/Muscle cars.

One Shot Kits Edit

One Shot Kits are an option on certain Trucks/SUVs. Selecting this will alter the appearance of a few small items on the vehicle's bodywork.

Front Grill Edit

Modifying the Front Grill is an option on most Trucks/SUVs and the occasional Luxury Sedan, although the latter usually only has a Custom Grill as an option.

Brush Guards Edit

Brush Guards mount to the front of some Trucks/SUVs.

Chop Top Edit

Choptop

Chop top.

The Chop Top is one of the less common body modifications. Selecting this option reduces the length of the pillars and lowers the roof of the vehicle. This option is only available on certain Classic/Muscle cars, the Chrysler 300C, and Cadillac Escalade EXT.

Wheels Edit

Wheelsmenu

Inside the Wheels menu.

The Wheels part of the Body Shop is used to modify the wheels of the vehicle itself. It is separated into four other parts: Rims, Tires, Dimensions, and Rear Dimensions.

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Rims Edit

Rims

Rims

Rims mount to the wheels of the vehicle. There are a few dozen models to choose from. While a small number of these are available at the start of the game, more become available by defeating rival racers.

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Tires Edit

Tires

Tires

Tires mount on the rims of a vehicle. Here, you can only change the brand of the tire and the markings (letters, stripes). To change the performance level of the tire requires going to the Performance Shop.

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Dimensions Edit

Dimensions

Inside Dimensions.

Under Dimensions, players can alter the rim size, tire profile, tire width, and ride height of the vehicle.

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Smallwheels

Using Dimensions to create the smallest wheels possible.

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Rear Dimensions Edit

Reardimensions

Inside the Rear Dimensions menu.

Rear Dimensions allows players to alter the rear wheels independently of the front. The same options as Dimensions are available in Rear Dimensions. However, the game will not allow players to make the rear end lower than the front or put smaller wheels than the front on rear.

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Motorcycles Edit

Motorcycles have a different Body Shop menu than four-wheeled vehicles. Both Choppers and Sport Bikes have the option to change Riders and Wheels while Sport Bikes also allow players to change the Muffler Material.

Riders Edit

Riders are the people operating the motorcycles. While many are available at the start, others are unlocked as players defeat motorcycle riding opponents (Phil, Naomi, Kioshi). Additional Riders (Motorcycle Cops and Race Starters) are unlocked by collecting all 36 Rockstar Emblems in the game. Additional costumes for these riders can be unlocked by winning Club Races for Choppers and Sport Bikes.

Wheels Edit

The Wheels section is separated into two parts: Rims and Tires. Rims are mounted to the motorcycle's forks while the tires are mounted onto the rims. Some are available at the start while others are unlocked through completing Club Races for Choppers and Sport Bikes.

Muffler Material Edit

Muffler Material changes the casing of the muffler between body color, chrome, and carbon fiber.

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