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Old 01-26-2005, 09:09 PM   #21
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Get a chrome trim ring on there puddy! You're missing it! You got a 93 eh? Must be an H4U car... Your car have a double outlet muffler on one side?
Actually I kind of like it without the chrome ring. Gives it the naked look.
And no, I actually only have a single outlet.
By the way, what makes a H4U different?
H4U is the SLE package
Notables include.

leather
power antenna
spoiler
N10 exhaust (93 only)
special body cladding
delux carpeting and floor mats
6 way power drivers seat
Leather wrap steering wheel
Twilight sentinel
Ralley gauges with Tachometer
Traction control
16" Aluminum crosslace wheels
P225/60R/16 touring tires
What are ralley gauges on a Bonnie? And don't all 92+ have a tach?

Sorry...not trying to hi-jack here!
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Old 01-27-2005, 01:19 AM   #22
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Get a chrome trim ring on there puddy! You're missing it! You got a 93 eh? Must be an H4U car... Your car have a double outlet muffler on one side?
Actually I kind of like it without the chrome ring. Gives it the naked look.
And no, I actually only have a single outlet.
By the way, what makes a H4U different?
H4U is the SLE package
Notables include.

leather
power antenna
spoiler
N10 exhaust (93 only)
special body cladding
delux carpeting and floor mats
6 way power drivers seat
Leather wrap steering wheel
Twilight sentinel
Ralley gauges with Tachometer
Traction control
16" Aluminum crosslace wheels
P225/60R/16 touring tires
Nope, not an SLE. No leather at all inside, no power antenna, with the shifter on the column.

Apologies for distracting from SSEiMatt'* beautiful 93
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Old 01-27-2005, 02:10 AM   #23
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Looks nice. I suppose its quicker than you're first SSEi due to fewer miles.
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Old 01-27-2005, 02:19 AM   #24
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I bet you'll get better milage since it has lower milage!
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gotta love a red SSEi......just get some torquestars and get ridda thoz ghetto golds....give em to some schmo with a green SSEi
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Jason, yes my mileage is a bit better, probally average 16-17 in town, im new to the SSEi thing once again, the lead foot cannot be helped! On the highway i notice a big diffrence from my old one to my new one. Also one thing, perfect alignment, man, i love letting go of the wheel even for a second, and not having the car go left quick, the old one did that, and no alignment could correct it, it might off needed a new steering rack.
Thanks for all the comments, I appriciate them!

Edit, I love the red on gold personally, kind of a rare sight!
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Also one thing, perfect alignment, man, i love letting go of the wheel even for a second, and not having the car go left quick, the old one did that, and no alignment could correct it, it might off needed a new steering rack.
Or it might have been in a serious collision and not mended properly?





<3 red on gold
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