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  • Topic: 2004 Monte Carlo SS Supercharged
  • Started by intimadatorss Jul 20, 2011 at 12:38 pm
  • Last post by MJClemm Dec 9, 2011 at 1:14 am
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  1. #1 Jul 20, 2011 at 12:38 pm

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    Does anyone know what the best upgrades are for this car... I want to keep the inside stock because of the fact its a Intimidator edition. So I have everything signed. I only have 65k on her. so she is just now breakin in.
     

     

  2. #2 Jul 20, 2011 at 12:57 pm

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    If its an Intimadator edition, Id keep it all stock, mine is all stock and thats the way its stayin, but if u want upgrades, id go with little things, maybe window tint from sumit, or custom intake or air filter that adds horsepower, stuff like that, 2 much can decrease the value, but if u want upgrades, go 2 Sumit Racing, iv never had any hassle with them and a lot of thier stuff can b delivered the next day. Hope that helps=)
     

     

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  3. #3 Jul 20, 2011 at 1:16 pm

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    yeah Im already working on the tint... I need to get a new paint job also. because of I-95 and rocks frown image. I was thinking about doing those lil things also. I mean she has got alot power as is. but it never hurts to have just a lil more haha
     

     

  4. #4 Jul 20, 2011 at 1:28 pm

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    LOL, i hear ya brotha, got an intimatator ss and a hugger orange Z28/SS and they both put u in the back of ur seat, but dey can go a lot faster, ma firebird i gotta get runnin right 2 c her power
     

     

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    1980 Pontiac Firebird
    1977 Chevrolet Custom Deluxe 20
    1962 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova
  5. #5 Dec 9, 2011 at 1:14 am

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    Well, this is what I'd do... First off, keep all old parts !

    Then, replace downpipe with high flow manga flow downpipe with high flow cat in Stainless, remove "u bend" on the exhaust., have the PCM reprogrammed (I'd buy an extra one , and have it programmed by bbengeering) then of corse the COLD AIR INDUCTION, Replace all of your instrument cluster lights with Blue LEDs, (again, I'd buy an extra one, I did all this to my Monte as well) buy an under pully for the SC. That's about it... You'd be surprised on what will happen, but again, keep ALL the old parts to reinstall for when, if you sell it. I see SO SO MANY people "save" their cars for the NEXT PERSON ! Why, ENJOY your car NOW, don't save it for the next guy to do exactly what you wanted to do. Yes these cars are "limited production" cars, that being said, on Barrett auto auctions they had one with 1 mile on it !...... It sold for 21,000..... Not a ton for holding on to the car with 1 mile on it, and still lose money.. That had to stink for the dude that owed it. That's why I say ENJOY the car NOW, while you own it. Don't save it for the next guy, yes you will not get top dollar for it. BUT why did you buy the car to begin with.... To enjoy.....not save it for WHEN you sell it.... Just my humble opinion.... I have "Saved" cars for the next guy way to many times. I've owned about 30 differant cars and will never agin "save it" for the next guy, I'm enjoying the car, then selling it (but save all the old parts no matter what, so if you, or the next guy wants it stock, it does suck when someone makes a car non stock and doesn't save the parts, I will say that) Oh, and without a doubt, tint the windows as much as the law will let you, makes the car look great and it's a lot cooler in the summer when you get in. I know a lot of people DO IT THEMSELVES, NOT a good idea, unless you are a pro at it. A Pro did mine for $125 in milwaukee and still does it, took him less than an hour and my god he did a FANTASTIC JOB better than I could have done. On E bay they sell the kit shipped for about $30-35 but it's well worth the extra to have a pro do it, and the $125 included the tint..... Thanks... Mjc
     

     

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