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Old 12-31-1969, 08:00 PM   #21
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its the ground effects package that comes on the ssei bonnys.
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Ok, well I dont need that groundeffects since I will be lowering my car. But as for the 5.25 component, did you car come w/ 4x6 stock and you just "stuffed" in the components. I know there is a ton of space I just need to measure to make sure the magnet doesnt get interfered w/ by the metal door.
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Actually my door panels are the same size as the SLE or SSE or even SSEi. The only difference is that above SE you guys get the 5.25 component but same size door, and I have 4x6 (Boo!). I have the hole for the tweeter also but it has a delete, but I plan on buying the screens. I might add extra tweeters in the air vents for more power. But I should be able to fit a 5.25 component easily in my front doors.
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Yes, my car also came with stock front components. 99BonnevilleSE you might be able to get some door panels of a similar bonne and have factory space for components.

I love my kappas and plan on sticking with them. One thing I am going to do is get 2 sets of Kappa Perfect 6.5" components, mount them in the front and rear. I love my 6x9'* for bass, but the rear mounted, forward facing stock tweeters sounded awesome.

Currently, I am in the process of getting the garage rash removed from my bumpers. White scuff marks just don't look nice on red cars.

The body shop I use is also known across the state of Michigan for their fiberglass abilities. I'm thinking of some custom ground effects. I really want to replace the side moulding with something that has less moulding. If you look at the photoshop rendering of what I want my car to look like in my sig, you'll see what I mean. I also want some fender flares to accompany my wider rims when I get them. We'll see, its all up in the air right now.


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Iím interested in the same idea I was looking into plastic welding as a solution for modifying the plastic molding. The front fenders are an easily modified/replaced unit, but I am not sure how to get a seamless effect in the rear fender. Any ideas?
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Yes, my car also came with stock front components. 99BonnevilleSE you might be able to get some door panels of a similar bonne and have factory space for components.

I love my kappas and plan on sticking with them. One thing I am going to do is get 2 sets of Kappa Perfect 6.5" components, mount them in the front and rear. I love my 6x9'* for bass, but the rear mounted, forward facing stock tweeters sounded awesome.

Currently, I am in the process of getting the garage rash removed from my bumpers. White scuff marks just don't look nice on red cars.

The body shop I use is also known across the state of Michigan for their fiberglass abilities. I'm thinking of some custom ground effects. I really want to replace the side moulding with something that has less moulding. If you look at the photoshop rendering of what I want my car to look like in my sig, you'll see what I mean. I also want some fender flares to accompany my wider rims when I get them. We'll see, its all up in the air right now.
I am trying to do the same I even ripped off the paneling on one side. It was hard getting it back on but I found if you remove the side paneling and made new front and rear fascias you could get a nice look. I just donít have the cash to have it done yet. Also there are metal pins sticking out of the doors holding on the paneling that would have to be taken off. I am thinking of getting a SLE instead of my SE. I have leather but I donít have all power seats just the driver side. I have a moon roof but the first owner added it aftermarket. Nice ride skza.
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Whats up everyone,
I am new to the Club. I have a 93SE, with a few modifications. They are K&N cold air intake, CAT back down pipe Flowmaster, Accel 8.8 wires and Bosch plugs, 180 degree thermo, 33% tint all around. The CAI I made myself. I didn't just buy a huge cone, I will have to get some pics together eventually to show soon.
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I guess by "popular" demand, or just plain common sense we should have a info section on these boards. Soo.. I guess I shall start this post and we can compile a list together. So list your year of Bonny and what engine comes w/ it and specs/features like air suspension and other little things that might help people figure out what to do. I'll start first I guess...


I got a 1999 Bonneville SE so I got the Gen II 3800 Series w/ 4T65E transmission engine that supposedly makes..:

205 HP @ 5200RPM
230 Ft/Lbs @ 4400 (I think somehwere in the 4'*)

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1999 SLE
chrome SSEi rims 16x7
duals
gm groundeffects.
3800 series II

cai= 9 inch K&N stuck into the flexible rubber thinggy on the throttle body.

clear corners = write up on my webpage.
I cant really thinkof anything special just your basic SSEi w/ out the */c and badges


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Quick question SKZA, what Infinity speakers did you use in the door? did you use 4x6 w/ some tweeters?

And boseman350, what is the GM Groundeffects, there is a body kit for out car? Or did you graft one to your car?

But yeah, I will be willing to write up a CAI page, I just need hosting space... Hmm.. Teubok, would it be possible if I have some space for a webpage of my own, it would be small and effecient, little bandwidth would be taken since not too many people care about Bonneville'* unless I made it pretty w/ Flash and such... But it would help me out if you could just give me like 10MB to work with then I could start writing articles. Just let me know through email or here.
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1993 Pontiac Bonneville SE w/ SLE option package.
Hunter Green w/ Gray Leather Buckets.
Machine Grey Honey comb alloy wheels (BFGoodrich Touring T/A 225/60-HR16(best tires I have ever bought)

Mods
Replaced Fogs (slid on ice and hit a bank of snow - 1 broke. $60 for one was not worth it)
Put a pair of high intensity driving lights behind the grille.
Installed Pioneer Double DIN Stereo.

Also run a set of snow tires (Bridgestone Blizzacks) on steel wheels (w/no hubcaps) in winter.
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