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View Poll Results: What Should i do first?
18" wheels, most probably black 5 15.63%
Pulley upgrade+Air intake+exhaust 16 50.00%
35% + 5 % Tints 11 34.38%
Other? (give me suggestion please) 0 0%
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Old 10-29-2007, 11:34 PM   #1
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Hey guys, i'm fairly new here so i thought i'd show off my *shame* stock baby...

It'* a Bonneville 1992, SSEI.
Obviously fully equipped...A to Z beige leather.
I just passed the 170 000 KM on it...almost 0 rust(theres just 2-3 tiny surface spot
The thing that pisses me off alot is that theres lots of paint chipping off on the front bumber...i gotta get that re-painted real soon.

I didn't touch mechanics yet, because i've been kind of short on money, but have multiple plans , all i did was install a nice little sound system, because i can't drive without one.
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Alpine 9857 CD/MP3/iPod
Infinity Kappa 6 1/2 Component in front
Infinity Kappa 6x9 3 way in the back
Alpine 4 channel
Clarion Mono amp 500 W
Clarion 12" 400W

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I don't have any pictures of the engine nor the interior...should go on and take some soon.
Tell me what you think, and i put up a poll also, because i'm not sure what i should mod first.

Thanks to all!!!

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decent shape for a 92! The OEN rims look like they are in good shape too! NICE car!!! I'd be interested in some interior shots!
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looks good! reminded me of peterg'* car

i vote performance upgrades first, than tint
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LOVE IT

other then the sunroof and tan interior, that car is Identical to what mine looked like when I bought it.

Id say the first thing you should do is the tint, then go from there


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Oh man The black Aeros Looks Awesome on that car! I'd say Tint next, that'll really set off the appearance, and I would keep those rims, but that just me...

or go the Air Intake route, its a great mod!
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the thing is, if i want the air intake mod to be fully efficient, i'd have to change the exhausts also...and while i'mt at i, pulley...thats why i added the three of them in the option...they go in order of price also... :P:P
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Stay with the stock black aerolites and do everything else
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LOVE the black on black. Hard to believe it came from the factory like that.
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Looks good, go with the tint first
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Nice ride, I will agree with others, keep those rims and do everything else. Or spend the money you would have on rims on some other stuff like repainting the front bumper, etc.
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