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Durability parts help to increase your durability statistic. A car with a high durability rating, Drift Shop items, and your level can also increase your durability statistic. Your durability statistic affects how far you push cars by crashing into them and how much damage you do to HUVs. Durability also affects how much you are slowed by a crash, but does not affect your durability meter in a race. A high durability statistic is most useful for HUV chases and recovering from a crash. Players that frequently crash into things will have some need for durability. These players should not look to increase their durability as much as possible however. Durability parts are regarded as the least valuable parts. This is primarily because durability has no effect on your durability meter and most players do not crash enough to have any need for durability. However, durability parts with good effects can be used long after other parts become obsolete for the same reason. Since durability is unimportant, there is no compelling need to upgrade to a higher level part and effects such as an acceleration increase effect +9 are most useful on durability parts. Good effects increase the value of a durability part far more than any other part because they can be useful for so long. Although rare, durability parts with Turbo Launch sell for more than any other part because they are so useful, especially if they are a high level part. Durability parts without effects are best sold to the Parts Shop.

Store prices are what the Parts Shop will sell the part for. Resale prices are what the Parts Shop will buy the part for and are 5% of the store price, rounded down. Market prices for parts are not listed because the special effects of a part affect the price of a part too much. If you want to check the current market price for a part, you can either ask in the All channel or on the ijji Forums. Parts without special effects are generally cheap and the market price of these parts can be determined by searching the name of the part in the Auction House. They are usually comparable to the resale price of the part however, and it is often more cost-effective to sell one of these parts to the Parts Shop and avoid the auction fee than to try to sell it on the Auction House, even if the market price is slightly higher than the resale price. Parts with a small statistic increase effect usually also apply under this general rule. If, including the effect, a part has a combined bonus equal to or less than the maximum bonus that a part of that level can have without any effects, it is no more valuable than a part without an effect. The only exceptions to this are non-acceleration parts with acceleration increase effects, parts with valuable effects that do not increase a statistic, and parts with two effects.

Image Part Name Durability Bonus Range Required Level Store Price (M) Sell Value (M)
Drift City Durability Intro.png
Intro 1-3 1 250 12
Drift City Durability Lily.png
Lily 4-6 7 400 20
Drift City Durability Fire.png
Fire 7-9 13 1,050 52
Drift City Durability Sigma.png
Sigma 10-12 19 2,000 100
Drift City Durability Diablo.png
Diablo 13-15 25 3,250 162
Drift City Durability Intro6.png
Intro6 16-19 31 Not Available in Store 240
Drift City Durability Sunflower.png
Sunflower 19-22 37 Not Available in Store 332
Drift City Durability Kraken.png
Kraken 22-25 43 Not Available in Store 440
Drift City Durability Ogre.png
Ogre 25-28 49 Not Available in Store 562
Drift City Durability Vampire.png
Vampire 28-31 55 Not Available in Store 700
Drift City Durability Outro.png
Outro 31-34 60 Not Available in Store 852
Drift City Durability Lotus.png
Lotus 34-37 65 Not Available in Store 1020
Drift City Durability Templar.png
Templar 37-40 70 Not Available in Store 1202
Drift City Durability Saver.png
Saver 40-43 75 Not Available in Store ??
Drift City Durability Mittren.png
Mittren 45-48 80 Not Available in Store ??