• Apr 16, 2008
A new site called Riceboy TV has hit the world wide web. It is brought to us by a couple of guys who jumped ship from Super Street Magazine shortly before Primedia sold off all its enthusiast titles. The website content is aimed at the same tuner market as Super Street, only delivered more speedily and a lot more animated. With founders known by such names as Nads and Rik Daddy, one can imagine that this site is not intended for the serious, uptight automotive consumer. Instead, it caters to those who could use video instruction on how to install their first cold air intake or brake caliper upgrade. It also offers event and feature car video coverage with commentary by folks with in-depth market knowledge. For those who might have perused the tuner magazines for more than just the vehicular content, don't worry, they didn't forget the silicone, either.

[Source: Riceboy TV]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Has anyone see EverydayDrivertv.com?

      Covers a broader range of cars and it's tailored for people with a budget in mind. I think one of the pieces said under $35k.

      I liked it and thought I would pass it along.
      • 6 Years Ago
      While I am not a fan of rice, I have to agree with MachinaDC5 in his statement. We all started someplace with our vehicles and whether you are looking for performance, bling or both, we are all ultimately enthusiasts.

      A lot of guys/gals can't afford to buy an M3 or a WRX or even an SI...but they can buy a 93 civic and try and turn it into what they want. Some (although not as many as I'd like to see) even do it really well...teaching people helps.

      My 2 cents..
      • 6 Years Ago
      Awww... Babies first fart can!
      • 6 Years Ago
      It offers free online video instruction for working on cars? I can get behind that. And honestly, some rice out there is hideous but on a rudimentary level I respect owners for their willingness to modify their cars and taking some pride in what they do, even if it doesn't match my specific taste. Seemslike a website with good intentions though.
        • 6 Years Ago
        yes I agree with your sentiment. But I checked the site out and the "instructional videos" are hardly that. More like 3-5 minute ads for (atleast for the 2 first vids) Brembo big brake kits and AES cold air intakes. Too bad because I really like DIY instructions, and it's even better when in video form. I for one hope they change the formula.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I soo read crabs lol
      • 6 Years Ago
      And for those of you who think rice is dead.........you haven't been to NorCal.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Actually I've seen a lot more white people than immigrants with riced out cars.
        • 6 Years Ago
        As a long time NorCal'ian (however you'd spell that), I can attest to this. Everyone shakes their heads in disgust at them.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Dear god, is that the truth. It's like every immigrant's dream in NorCal is to own a honda civic with a two-tone duct tape installed body kit.