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Old 02-14-2004, 05:39 AM   #31
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gettin a newer one SSEI im not wasteing my $ on this car
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Old 02-14-2004, 10:27 AM   #32
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0 gauge wire
0 gauge wire is bad ***... its as thick as regular power lines
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Complete exhaust: hi-flow cat, resonator, muffler.
30% front window tint, 20% rear tint.
Maybe something in the engine, rockers, who knows.
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Old 02-14-2004, 12:46 PM   #34
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Sounds like everyone is going to be busy. Guess there is still nothing that compares to that first soft warm day of spring, that perfect day when its just right to open the doors...crank the stereo and get down and dirty with some hard work on our rides!
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Old 02-14-2004, 01:14 PM   #35
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Rebuild the transmission? can you recommend a book or manual to learn how to do that?
I'm going to take it to my mechanic, he'* going to do the rebuild.
hehe... I wouldn't even know where/how-to start to do it myself... let alone the tools for it. I'll just leave it to the pros.
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1994 SLE:

New ignition (MSD DIS-4)
New ECM
new drivers interior door panel (top black strip in about 100 pieces after last removal)
Fresh K&N Xstream cone filter
Trans shift improver module (need to find that place that sells them for the 4T60E'*)
Drivers headlight
Clear corners
SSEi tails
Tint windows (chrome like MB'* and Lexus'* etc...)
Chrome or polished rims
Re-install sunroof wind deflector

1999 SSEi

3.4" pulley (3.2" by late summer)
ZZP SII TB
DHP PCM
Slotted rotors
Ceramic pads
TB heat shield
TPS enhancer
Imco SS resonated twin outlets w/rolled lips
remove resonator
ZZP rockers
Intense shift kit
K&N Xstream cone filter
Alpine audio system
Install sunroof wind deflector (have 2 styles in garage -1 for SLE & SSEi)
Tinted windows (chrome like MB'* and Lexus'* etc...)
BIG (15"x6") Pontiac arrowhead in chrome for back windshield
GOT CHOPPERS? 6"x1.5" (chrome in Gothic letters) for little rear door windows
17" Eagle rims (chrome)
Goodyear Eagle 235/50/ZR17'*
Install Thermo Tec header wrap on crossover pipe (been sitting in garage for 6 months)
Gatorback belts
clear corners
Angel eye fogs
o2 spoof
CAI box
Paint grilles chrome
Debadge, leaving only SSEi on the rear
OEM GM accessories "PONTIAC" mudflaps for the rear
Mothers Claybar followed by some Mequairs Gold Class wax ($30US can of paste)
Heated seats
2-way remote start and alarm (Astrostart)
Re-install California Performance crankcase breather in place of oil filler cap

And there are a few other things that slip my memory at the moment.

I know not all of these wil make it on, but the majority of them will (I already have about 10 of these mods and have paid for half a dozen more already). It'* gonna be an interesting year.
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Old 02-14-2004, 05:33 PM   #37
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Zex Dry Kit
Guage pod (3 guage if avilable, 2 may have to do)
Oil temp guage
A/F guage
not sure on the 3rd (if it'* even an option)
Zex purge kit
Zex remote bottle opener
DynoTune pressure operated bottle heater
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oh yeah, colder plugs (which ones should i go with?)
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a very good cleaning, carpet cleaning, waxing inside and out, engine washing,fixing inner tie rod, upper strut mount, rewire subs and amp hopefully find leak in trunk. i thinks that all or and take some before and after cleaning pics.
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Zex Dry Kit
Guage pod (3 guage if avilable, 2 may have to do)
Oil temp guage
A/F guage
not sure on the 3rd (if it'* even an option)
Zex purge kit
Zex remote bottle opener
DynoTune pressure operated bottle heater
For those mods i'd get N20 pressure gauges, and tranny temp might be good too.
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