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Old 01-18-2005, 09:09 AM   #1
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Default What's the Difference Between JDM & USDM?

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JDM (Japanese Domestic Market): Anything JDM, whether it be motors, body parts, or any other car parts, are made only in Japan. JDM cars have sligtly different body styling as well as different interior and performance enhancements. JDM motors are typically more powerful than American motors. JDM parts also tend to be more expensive and have to be imported to the US.

USDM (United States Domestic Market): This covers most everyone that drives a car in the United States. USDM refers to cars, motors, and any other parts that are made in the United States.

JDM and USDM parts are mostly interchangable, with some minor exceptions.

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