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Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 13:35 Quote
bamfbmx wrote:
riced just became like that over time, originally meant a japanese car.

I can honestly say that I've never heard someone use the term to describe a Japanese car in general. Even before the explosion of the import scene (FnF movies) I don't really recall ever seeing that term used to describe a tuned import.

Originally most people just called Japanese cars, jap scrap.

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:13 Quote
UrbanDictionary defines rice as
1.
An automobile that has been equipped with gawdy, unnesecary accessories, such as 3' high spoilers, loud and/or repulsive paint job and body work. Owners of such automobiles feel that these accessories make their car the best in the world, when in fact it is not.
That Prelude over there is nice, but this here Civic ain't nothin but a ric mobile

Race Inspired Cosmetic Enhancements. (R.I.C.E.)Parts put on cars to make them look fast, when they have no internal tuning, and are actually slow as hell. Parts usually consist of excessivley angular bodykits, large rear spoilers, neon, sponsor stickers, chrome rims, fake "coffee can" exhaust tips, and loud, annoying paint jobs and/or vynils. Sometimes parts are do-it-yourself installed and are basically duct taped to the car. Most commonly known for being done to Honda Civics, but can also be done to slow domestic vehicles, such as a Chevy Cavalier, etc.
"Yo dog, did you see the Civic that guy was rollin' in? it was so rice."

"This guy's got nothin' under the hood, it's just rice. Smoke him."

"What a riceboy, I bet he thinks his neon adds 50 bhp!"


ii) A car, usually a late model of japanese origin, that has had numerous features added to it that may enhance its looks, but do nothing for its performance.
Examples include "VTEC" and "Mugen" stickers, large spoilers, chrome wheels ( see also bling bling ), large diameter exhaust pipes,
clear brake light lenses and lowered springs.


All Show...No Go! Modifying a car that is a piece to begin with, and doing nothing but body work to it in the end. Most likely loud, and unreliable.
Like at that piece, how much money do you think he put in that rice?

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:15 Quote
flames add 5 horsepower

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:16 Quote
ziegele wrote:
flames add 5 horsepower
I thought it was 500?

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:20 Quote
trunkmonkey12 wrote:
ziegele wrote:
flames add 5 horsepower
I thought it was 500?
depends on how big the flames are

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:22 Quote
ezekiel wrote:
bamfbmx wrote:
riced just became like that over time, originally meant a japanese car.

I can honestly say that I've never heard someone use the term to describe a Japanese car in general. Even before the explosion of the import scene (FnF movies) I don't really recall ever seeing that term used to describe a tuned import.

Originally most people just called Japanese cars, jap scrap.

in the us thats what they where called

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:23 Quote
trunkmonkey12 wrote:
UrbanDictionary defines rice as
1.
An automobile that has been equipped with gawdy, unnesecary accessories, such as 3' high spoilers, loud and/or repulsive paint job and body work. Owners of such automobiles feel that these accessories make their car the best in the world, when in fact it is not.
That Prelude over there is nice, but this here Civic ain't nothin but a ric mobile

Race Inspired Cosmetic Enhancements. (R.I.C.E.)Parts put on cars to make them look fast, when they have no internal tuning, and are actually slow as hell. Parts usually consist of excessivley angular bodykits, large rear spoilers, neon, sponsor stickers, chrome rims, fake "coffee can" exhaust tips, and loud, annoying paint jobs and/or vynils. Sometimes parts are do-it-yourself installed and are basically duct taped to the car. Most commonly known for being done to Honda Civics, but can also be done to slow domestic vehicles, such as a Chevy Cavalier, etc.
"Yo dog, did you see the Civic that guy was rollin' in? it was so rice."

"This guy's got nothin' under the hood, it's just rice. Smoke him."

"What a riceboy, I bet he thinks his neon adds 50 bhp!"


ii) A car, usually a late model of japanese origin, that has had numerous features added to it that may enhance its looks, but do nothing for its performance.
Examples include "VTEC" and "Mugen" stickers, large spoilers, chrome wheels ( see also bling bling ), large diameter exhaust pipes,
clear brake light lenses and lowered springs.


All Show...No Go! Modifying a car that is a piece to begin with, and doing nothing but body work to it in the end. Most likely loud, and unreliable.
Like at that piece, how much money do you think he put in that rice?

urban dictionarys not a very reliable source, any person can defines a word.

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:28 Quote
kenaula you just got told now stfu

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:39 Quote
All of you, STFU and post pictures.

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:48 Quote
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.socalcustoms.com/Shows/2010/SEMA/DAY3/images/IMG_4720.jpg
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.socalcustoms.com/Shows/2010/SEMA/DAY3/images/IMG_4721.jpg
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.socalcustoms.com/Shows/2010/SEMA/DAY3/images/IMG_4774.jpg
All in all this year's SEMA cars are really lacking. I'm yet to see anything new that I really like.

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 14:50 Quote
my friends went have been taking hella pics. ill put them on

O+
Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 15:12 Quote
I'm pretty sure before it was shortened to "rice" it was "rice racer" or "ricer" but maybe that's me. Import car with silly mods.

O+
Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 15:32 Quote
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://autos.sympatico.ca/docs/4cd2452825143/large/RTR-2.jpgpretty sick.

Posted: Nov 5, 2010 at 15:38 Quote
Already posted a few pages back by me of course.


 
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