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Old 10-03-2003, 01:53 AM   #1
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I have been a member since early sept and have post on several topics. But never did introduce myself. My Bag... So Whatz UP fellow H Body Pilots. I'm AD Bear, Just a simple man from the CHI, (South Side that is.) looking to enjoy my life, my car, money, music, and my lady. Not always in that order. I have a 2000 SE loaded no sunroof, Da_n.... Wish I had one! Color: Light Bronzemetalic or something like that. Mods: Not much really..... Tint 15% all around, Dual exhast tips, K&N air filer, Pioneer 6x9 speakers, Kenwood 10 disc changer, Ebay HID head & fog lights, Red Signal Side Mirror Lights, Painted Bright red caliphers, 18" Zenetti Five Chrome wheels w/ 235 50 18 BF Goodwrench G Force tires, and a DEI Alarm remote starter to keep it all straight...... Looking to do a 180 stat, Cold air intake, and Slotted Rotor w/ ceramic brake pads. I hear thats a good brake upgrade. Well thats about does it.

I would like to say that in the short period of time that I have been a member, I have learn some much from the members of this club and would like to take this time to thank you all for taking the time to help members like myself that are do it yourselfers, (Is that a word) but don't know how to do it ourselfs, or just by answering a simple question that may help a member make a more informed decision. That is so great. Thanks Again!!!! Holla Back........
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Bear! Thanks for Intro-ing yourselfer!

Hey, when are we gonna see some pics of that beast in Your Ride? Those mirrors are gonna draw alot of attention

Glad to have you here!
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Hey Bear! Quick question.. Those mirrors, are they the kind where when you signal, you get the > or < in the glass? If so, where from and how much? I always thought those were cool, and here in the citites, you can't have too many signal lights telling the nimrods around you what you're doing...
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i wanna see that thing...!!! get some pics!!!!
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Hey Bear! Quick question.. Those mirrors, are they the kind where when you signal, you get the > or < in the glass? If so, where from and how much? I always thought those were cool, and here in the citites, you can't have too many signal lights telling the nimrods around you what you're doing...
Yes they are, But I didn't get the lights build into the mirror. The lights I have are attached to the mirror itself, This was alot cheaper than the other way. Paid $29 for them and had them installed with my alarm for no cost. To have them builded into the mirrors or to buy mirrors with the signals in them was going to cost about $200 -$300. To much for this kid. But I really like them. They look cool to me and are hot at night.... I just like to be different. To separate myself from the Jones'*. Some people have said that those are cool and that they haven't seen another bonnie like mine. That cool too. I have a picture of then on cardomain. I would post one here if I knew how. Or maybe I'm just doing it wrong but it'* not working for me. Holla back....
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Default Dual exhaust on an SE?!?!?!

I see the pics, nice ride. I assume from the looks of the trim level in the back that you have an SE. How did you get dual exhuast installed? How much was it? Any problems with it? ARGH QUESTIONS QUESTIONS! And where did you get those mirror lights!!


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Hey Bear, do this. Click on a pic in the cardomain site, right-click on the larger pic, select Properties, the highlight the mumbo jumbo after the Address (URL): Right-click-->Copy. Then, in the post window here in the forum click on the Img button above, right-click-->Paste and click the Img button again. Like this:

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BTW, sweet ride!!!
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Thanks for the info TWM, here'* a pic of the mirror lights. Not that great of a picture but you can still see the lights. Holla Back.....

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I see the pics, nice ride. I assume from the looks of the trim level in the back that you have an SE. How did you get dual exhuast installed? How much was it? Any problems with it? ARGH QUESTIONS QUESTIONS! And where did you get those mirror lights!!


Nice ride!

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Thanks, After my accident a needed a new exhaust. So I tried to get a dual SLE exhaust from GM but it seem to be to much trouble and I only had a couple of days before the body shop was going to order the OE. When I got the car back I took it to a shop and my guy Alex added the second exhaust pipe to the original pipe and added the tips. For the second pipe, new mufflers, and tips for both was $170.
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