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Old 06-01-2004, 08:58 PM   #21
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Correctr, i meant the FlowMasters, Takin them somewhere to be installed
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Old 06-01-2004, 10:33 PM   #22
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The blubs you can buy from any good auto store.....
I got them from Canadian Tire up here in Canada.

The chrome grill.... it'* paint... or at least mine is....
I've got a post about how-to.... let me dig it up...
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Old 06-01-2004, 10:55 PM   #24
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thanks man, thanks, im gonna have to get my hands on the 18;* soon....wut brand every1 got?
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Which wheels do you have on it now? The Pontiac Torque-Stars that came with mine are beautiful, but I'm looking for TorqueThrusts.
As for blue bulbs in the lights, trust me and the other BC members who already said this; buy Sylvania SilverStars. They're an ultra-bright white bulb, much better than blue for night driving. Besides, the blue-headlight thing is kinda running it'* course, I'm not seeing near as many as I did just a few months ago...
You're already taking care of the exhaust, so your next step is a cold-air intake. You can buy a cheap one that will work just fine from Auto-Zone(meant for a Civic, but with tweaking will fit a Bonnie), or you can go whole-hog and order an airbox from INTENSE.
As for audio; do you have the 8-speaker system, or the base 4-speaker?(If you don't know the difference, just look at the front doors, do they have 1 grille or 2? If 2 it is the 8-speaker)You've got an excellent car there, treat her right and she'll last for a long time.
And you'll LOVE every minute of her life!
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if you were talking about blue headlights then go for the Nokya arctic white series... they are immensly blue...
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Intense air intake, how much, and will it fit the bonneville....well im gonna go ahead with the slyvania, any particular series?
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4 speaker, i gueess its less work , ight im in school talk lata...pz
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim W
And what do you mean by?
Quote:
Well i just bought the engine crapola
I think this is translated as "I just bought the stuff for my engine" ... although he was talking about exhaust parts.
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Intense air intake, how much, and will it fit the bonneville....well im gonna go ahead with the slyvania, any particular series?
CAI= http://www.intense-racing.com/
go to "Induction/Fuel Systems" on the menu at right
SilverStars 9006=lows 9005=highs
not sure of P/N for fogs...
For sound-system-stuff check Crutchfield
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