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Vehicle Customization can be done at Car Mechanics in Saints Row, Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

Custom Bezier

A customized Bezier in Saints Row 2

OverviewEdit

Upon entering a Mechanic with a damaged car, the option to repair car is given instantly if it is damaged, and to customize the car when it is in good condition. It is impossible to customize a damaged car. Also, cars with rust or dirt have these removed upon entering the Car Customization menu.

ModificationsEdit

Saints RowEdit

In Saints Row, most vehicles can be customized, with the exception of Large vehicles.

With iridescent paint, there are gang colours, and it is not possible to get the exact colours in Saints Row 2 or Saints Row: The Third. With wheels, there are set rims, eg. street, luxury, sport with spinners etc.

Roof options are unavailable while passengers in the backset when modifying a convertible which loses access to the backseats when a roof is added.

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Saints Row 2Edit

There are 99 vehicles in Saints Row 2 which can be modified through the Car Mechanic. For convenience all figures on this page, and the word "every", refers to modifiable vehicles only.

While the options available for each car may vary, the colors menu is available for all vehicles, and every vehicle can be equipped with Nitrous.

PerformanceEdit

Each of these have the options Stock or Upgrade, and each cost $100 at the start of the game and only $7 at once all discounts have been unlocked.

Some cars driving around Stilwater have different Body Mods by default, but none of them ever has Performance Mods equipped.

  • Nitrous* - This is used for a short burst of speed, good to use when starting up a car to improve the acceleration. Additionally, it increases collision damage to the point where a hit cripples or immediately destroys a vehicle.
  • Hydraulics - (Available on 46 Vehicles) Can be used to make the vehicle bounce around.
  • Speed Upgrade - (Only on Demo Derby cars, equipped by default)
  • Reinforced Bumper - This is used to allow the bumpers to withstand more impact.
  • Reinforced Frame* - This is used to allow the whole frame of the car to withstand more impact.
  • Torque*
  • Kneecappers (There are 4 Vehicles which cannot have kneecappers) - When using this, four spikes come out from the car when it is being driven, which can be used to make pedestrians fall to the ground or to burst the tires of cars.
  • Tire Durability* - This makes the tires able to withstand more impact, making them less likely to burst.

*bikes also have this option.

WheelsEdit

There are 5 cars with no Wheels menu, and bikes never have a Wheels menu.

*a Indicates maximum range, not available on all cars.

Body ModsEdit

There are 5 vehicles with no Body Mods menu, and 11 cars which have the Wheels menu but no other Body Mods.

Body Mod Name Vehicles Max Options Vehicle with most Options
Grills 30 14 Danville
Body Kits *1 23 8 Nordberg, Quasar
Hoods 57 6 Danville
Fins 5 4 Churchill
Fender Skirt *1 3 3
Casket 1 2
Drapes 1 2
Gas Tanks *1 7 4
Bumpers 17 5
Front Bumpers 19 9 Alaskan
Rear Bumpers 25 9 Attrazione
Handlebars 1 5
Fairings *1 5 3
Rear Mods *1 10 7 Compensator
Roofs 42 10 Halberd
Side Skirt *1 23 4
Spoilers 34 8 Venom Classic
Trunks 5 5 Ruckus
Windows 4 2
Suspension Style *1 2 2
Trims 19 8 Topher
Rims *2 5 3
Rear Fenders *2 4 3
Front Fenders *2 6 4
Wheels *2 1 3
*1 Available on Bikes and Cars
*2 Available on Bikes only
  • Because only some options include the option "none", "none" is counted as an option except with Decals, since "none" is always an option. For example, the 2 options for Casket are "Option 1" or "none".
  • Sometimes, Bumpers is an option, other times, it's Front Bumpers and Rear Bumpers. Bumpers changes both bumpers at the same time.
  • Handlebars is only an option for the Toad, and not for any Bikes.

DetailsEdit

There are 18 Vehicles which do not have a Details menu.

Detail Name Vehicles Max Options Vehicle with most Options
Bull Horns 1 3
Mud Flaps 4 2
Hood Ornaments 1 4
Antennas 13 6 Taxi
Bed Mods 5 8 Mag
Fuzzy Dice 2 2
Exhaust Tips *1 43 8 Bezier, Thorogood
Front Mods *1 10 5
Lights *1 14 10 Halberd
Headlights 2 2
Tail Lights 2 2
Light Covers 4 3
Roof Lights 4 2
Mirrors / Side Mirrors 29 4 DonoVan, Bootlegger
Seats *2 8 10
Logos 1 2
Interior Accessories 1 3
Miscellaneous *b 6 5
Window Guards/Covers 4 4 DonoVan
Decals 57 13 Rampage
Spare Tires 6 4 NRG V8
*b Miscellaneous includes the Taxi Sign, the Oring food model, rails and roof racks.
*1 Available on Bikes and Cars
*2 Available on Bikes only

ColorsEdit

Not all color groups are available on all cars, and not all color options are available on all cars.

  • Body Color (All/1/2/3/4) - All Color Options available except Metal.
  • Trim Color (All/1/2) - All Color Options available
  • Rim Color (All/1/2) - All Color Options available
  • Window Tint - Glass (23 colors)
  • Interior Color - Interiors (35 colors)
  • Misc. Color - Interiors (35 colors)
Color options
  • Opaque (80 colors - all except Coconut Tan)
  • Matte (80 colors - all except Coconut Tan)
  • Gloss (80 colors - all except Coconut Tan)
  • Candy (34 colors)
  • Pearlescent (25 colors)
  • Iridescent (32 colors)
  • Metal (16 colors)
  • Tricked Metallic (27 colors)
  • Plastic (80 colors - all except Coconut Tan) (rarely used)
  • Rubber (9 colors) (rarely used)
Groups

These groups are used for random paint selection for variants.

Group Colors
Interior - Limited Tabletop Gray, Water Bucket Gray, Autumn Wood Brown, Slate Gray, Coffee Creamer Tan, Coconut Tan
Interior - Hues Seafoam Teal, Coldwash Blue, Wildlife Green, Water Bucket Gray, Candy Chew Orange, Bay Yellow
Interior - Vinyl Dragon Blue, Catalyst Green, Bright Day Orange, Bay Yellow, Satin Bright White, Active Red
Interior - Bling Atlantic Teal, Dragon Blue, Catalyst Green, Harlequin Purple, Ice White, Bright Day Orange, Active Red, Banana Yellow, Ultra Bright White
Cloth Tabletop Gray, Deep Bronze Brown, Satin Bright White
Rubber Jet Black, Blush Gray, Abertawe Pewter, Morph Brown, Toonshade Yellow, Trumpet Yellow, Water Bucket Gray, Tabletop Gray, Deep Bronze Brown
Classic 50's - 60's (Gloss) Deep Starlight Teal, Thunderhead Blue, Atlantic Teal, Jet Black, Blue Wave, Deep Brunswick Green, Grenade Green, Mistletoe Kiss Green, Regatta Blue, Americana Red, Insane Red, Graig Red, Trumpet Yellow, Slate Gray, Rainedon Rust Brown, Autumn Wood Brown, Hazy Day Gray, Tangerine Orange, Double Yellow, Chaz Beige, Banana Yellow, Ultra Bright White
Classic 70's - 80's (Gloss) Deep Starlight Teal, Deep Brunswick Green, Grenade Green, Pinafore Blue, Blue Shale, Woodsman Green, Cloudy Blue, Tabletop Gray, Deep Gray, Khaki Green, Americana Red, Fresh Plum Purple, Slow Burn Red, Wine Red, Blush Gray, Deep Bronze Brown, Steel Gray, Mint Char Green, Water Bucket Gray, Morph Brown, Toonshade Yellow, Active Red, Rainedon Rust Brown, Autumn Wood Brown, Hazy Day Gray, Ice White, Satin Bright White, Bay Yellow, Chaz Beige
Modern (Gloss) Lunar Eclipse Blue, Jet Black, Blue Wave, Grenade Green, Tabletop Gray, Deep Gray, Mistletoe Kiss Green, Khaki Green, Americana Red, Fresh Plum Purple, Toreador Red, Slow Burn Red, Wine Red, Water Bucket Gray, Insane Red, Berry Red, Furious Orange, Trumpet Yellow, Kabuki Red, Galactic Dove Gray, Hazy Day Gray, Chaz Beige, Banana Yellow, Ultra Bright White
Exotic (Gloss) Solid Teal, Breton Green, Dynasty Blue, Jet Black, Blue Wave, Cosmos Blue, Deep Brunswick Green, Grenade Green, Catalyst Green, Tabletop Gray, Royal Purple, Mistletoe Kiss Green, Regatta Blue, Toreador Red, Slow Burn Red, Harlequin Purple, Insane Red, Furious Orange, Slate Gray, Tangerine Orange, Candy Chew Orange, Bay Yellow, Double Yellow, Banana Yellow, Ultra Bright White

Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

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Saints Row IVEdit

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WheelsEdit

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Rim Style
  • Standard
  • Retro
  • Quirk
  • Wulf
  • TNSLB
  • Cyber
  • Industrial

GlitchesEdit

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Saints Row 2Edit

HubcapsEdit

There is a glitch at Car Mechanic which allows to have any Hubcaps on any type of wheels.

  1. Go to either Semi Broken or Rim Jobs and start Vehicle Customization.
  2. Choose Standard wheels.
  3. Choose Hubcaps.
  4. Choose wheels to use with Hubcaps.
  5. Choose Standard wheels but instead of choosing wheels, press Cancel.
  6. The vehicle should have other type of wheels with Hubcaps. Purchase wheels.

SpinnersEdit

Eiswolf Sport rims and Spinners

The Eiswolf with Spinners on Sports rims

There is a glitch at car mechanic which allows to have any Spinners on any type of wheels.

  1. Go to either Semi Broken or Rim Jobs and start Vehicle Customization.
  2. Choose either Bling or Daytons wheels (depending on the type of spinners).
  3. Choose Spinners.
  4. Choose wheels to use with Spinners.
  5. Choose either Bling or Dayton wheels, but instead of confirming, press Cancel.
  6. The vehicle should have other type of wheels with Spinners. Purchase wheels.

Spinners on HubcapsEdit

Hollywood Spinners on Hubcaps

The Hollywood with Spinners on Hubcaps

There is a glitch at car mechanic which allows to have any Spinners to be used on any Hubcaps on any type of wheels.

  1. Go to either Semi Broken or Rim Jobs and start Vehicle Customization.
  2. Choose either Bling or Daytons wheels (depending on the type of spinners).
  3. Choose Spinners.
  4. Choose any Standard wheels.
  5. Choose any Hubcaps.
  6. Choose any type of wheels menu but DO NOT choose specific type of wheels and press Cancel.
  7. The vehicle should have both Spinners and Hubcaps. Purchase wheels.

Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

DuplicationEdit

When entering Rim Jobs with a damaged vehicle, modifying after repairing causes it to be duplicated in the garage menu.

CustomizationEdit

There is a glitch at Rim Jobs which allows customization of otherwise non-customizable vehicles. All land vehicles can be customized with this glitch except for Yarnie.

  1. Have a customizable vehicle in the Garage in addition to the non-customizable one.
  2. Go to Rim Jobs and retrieve a customizable vehicle.
  3. While inside the Rim Jobs bay, press action to start Vehicle Customization
  4. Select "Garage"
  5. Highlight the non-customizable vehicle to modify
  6. Press back to leave the Garage menu
  7. The customization screen now contains the non-customizable vehicle
  • All vehicles can be reinforced. This includes tire reinforcements on vehicles that do not have tires.
  • Decals, unique artwork and designs of regularly non-customizable vehicles can not always be changed or the color choices may be limited.
  • The interface may become buggy and certain changes automatically apply themselves when viewed. This occurs with the N-Forcer trim paint but can be fixed by the applying colors separately instead of using the "paint all" option and, specially, the police variant of Kenshin when you customize the layout to the optional configuration of the standard variant, giving it the skeletonized structure (you can enhance it and paint it, but you shouldn't change the layout, if you want to preserve the police variant of the Kenshin).
  • Functions of Rim Jobs that are not regularly present in Saints Row: The Third are able to be viewed, for instance, the Crusader is able to receive a Hydraulics modification, despite it having no effect and having no presence in the game otherwise.
  • The Nitrous upgrade can be bought for tanks but doesn't work.
  • Some menus have an odd arrangement, for instance, the menus for recoloring the Challenger list each form of paint as a sub-category.
  • Using a new vehicle off the street to customize a non-customizable one in the garage works for many vehicles, but not all of them.

Saints Row IVEdit

CustomizationEdit

The customization glitch is possible in Saints Row IV, using the same method in Saints Row: The Third. Since any vehicle can be immediately added to the Garage, this makes it slightly easier to perform.

For example, the Assert can be given working Hydraulics.

TriviaEdit

Saints RowEdit

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Saints Row 2Edit

  • The Demolition Derby cars have their rusted reinforcements ungraded when entering the car customization menu, but since the Rampage does not have a Trim Color option, the color of those parts cannot be changed.
  • The Toad has the modifications options of a car, and is the only vehicle to include a Handlebars option.
  • The Baron is the only car that can have a Wheel Width of 0.
  • The Zenith's Spoilers are set via the Roofs option.
  • The Varsity's Bed Mods option is in Body Mods instead of Details.
  • The Anchor's logo cannot be changed.
  • The Raycaster is the only vehicle which cannot have Standard Rims.
  • The Kent is the only vehicle with a Body Mods menu, but no Wheels option.
  • The Justice is the only car which can have a Wheel Width of 5.
  • The game files include options not included in the game, such as:
    • Engine, Exhaust and Adjustable Suspension in Performance
    • License Plate, Dash, Door Mods, Bumper Extras and 10 areas of Decals in Details
    • The License Plate is set for some custom vehicles, but is unable to be modified.
  • The least modifiable vehicles (starting with fewest options)
  • The cars with the most Body Mods and Details menus are the Swindle (14), Danville (13), Magma (13), Ethel (13), Alaskan (13), Hollywood (12), Betsy (12), Churchill (12)
  • The cars with the most Body Mods and Details options are the Danville (59), Alaskan (46), Compensator (42), Swindle (42), Magma (41), Venom Classic (39), Ethel (39), Betsy (37)
  • While modifying the car, any recruited Homies wander aimlessly, and this may cause them to be abandoned.
  • Saints colour scheme can be replicated by setting the body color as purple and the trim color as gold.

Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

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Saints Row IVEdit

  • During "The Fundamentals", the Vehicle Customization prompt does not appear when driving a vehicle into Rim Jobs. If a vehicle is damaged, it is possible to repair it at Rim Jobs, which automatically adds it to the Garage, and then it is possible to enter Rim Jobs on foot, and enter Vehicle Customization from the menu.

GalleryEdit

  • Mechanic is not available while you have notoriety in Saints Row 2
  • No Vehicles in The Garage in Saints Row 2
  • Standard Rims
  • Sports 1 Rims
  • Sports 2 Rims
  • Bling Rims
  • Daytons Rims
  • Deep Dish Rims
  • Industrial Rims
  • Hubcaps
  • Spinners
  • Daytons Spinner
  • Tire Tread

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