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Old 12-29-2005, 02:23 AM   #1
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hey everyone,

Man, this site is what i've been looking for,

I'm 17 and just bought my first car, a 1996 Pontiac Bonnie SE
my friends refer to me and my babe as "Bonnie & Clyde" cause i drive it like the cops are after me
Anyways, i was looking for some help on mods for my big baby
see my post in the Modifications forum

i really need help as where i live i'm the only one with a bonnie
i want to go as fast as i can, as cheap as i can...hey i got school to pay for!
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first off welcome to the forums


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I'm 17 and just bought my first car, a 1996 Pontiac Bonnie SE
my friends refer to me and my babe as "Bonnie & Clyde" cause i drive it like the cops are after me
Anyways, i was looking for some help on mods for my big baby
see my post in the Modifications forum

i really need help as where i live i'm the only one with a bonnie
i want to go as fast as i can, as cheap as i can...hey i got school to pay for!
first of all PLEASE DO NOT BUY AN SSEI, or your friends will not be joking anymore


If you want to go FAST....well buy an ssei but if you want to add a little power start off with a CAI, High flow cat, and a freakin extensive tuneup.
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Welcome fellow Canuk.
I'm sure you will find all the help you need on this forum.
All you have to do is ask specific questions or search the techinfo.

Take care of your trani. You should do a trani oil change ASAP. The gasket is reuseable so all you need is a filter and 6 liters of fluid.
No one wheel burnouts. They are suicide for our differentials.
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Take care of your trani. You should do a trani oil change ASAP. The gasket is reuseable so all you need is a filter and 6 liters of fluid.
No one wheel burnouts. They are suicide for our differentials.


Man i already put a new tranny in it, cause the old one was pooched when i bought it! i wanted to get a better tranny but didn't have the time or money so i just got one quick and cheap. i've heard lots about rear sway bars for the SE on the forums here and was wondering what you thought of them. I dont do burnouts, i'm afraid the car will die and i dont have the cashola to pay for a new one (or another tranny) Anyways, im custom fabricating a CAI and jacking up the back end like an inch 1/4. i saw one like that at the beach in the summer and it looked sick. Tint is coming in the summer with a black paint job. I might get a high flow cat but i heard they suck for etesting (then again i heard e testing in Ontario is getting thrown out, so...??) Any ideas or comments hit me back!

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