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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-03-2008, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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I was wondering where can I get the pioneer system for the cobalt or would it just be cheaper to just get the tweeters and sub seperate alone?I really have no clue how much the pioneer system cost honestly.Also where can I find a good body kit for the cobalt?I am from Chicago Illinois,maybe someone from here or have been here know where I can find a body kit at a shop?
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You can go to any auto accessories shop and they can order you one from anywhere. They do the same thing you do. Go online and shop for the best price then mark it up accordinally. They get a discount when ordering but they will mark it up more than what you can get it for by the time it is all said and done. I say shop around online, go with rozzi or razzi however you say it. Try for polyurithane as it is 100000x's more durable than fiberglass. Dont go cheap. You will regret it.

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Also try andysautosport.com They usually have great deals on kits for like $850.00 for RAZZI and GRIP is a little more around $1200.00 but you get waht you pay for.

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thanks

I heard of grip tuning actually just never had a chance to see what the body kit looks like on a Cobalt,thanks
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post #5 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-03-2008, 01:24 PM
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Personally I like the BC2 kit and the RKSport kit.
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I saw what the RKsport looks like and it seems from the way it looks I need to do dual exhaust,i can't make the car look all retarded then I would be consider a dumb ricer:P
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its all about personal taste man. dont worry about what others think. its not their car. i actually like the grip tuning kit myself. if you could afford it, i'd go on gravanatuning.com and get the wide bodykit. my .02

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post #8 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-03-2008, 04:33 PM
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I have the RKSport kit on my car and have had nothing but compliments on it. Yes it has cutouts for a dual exhaust, but I haven't had a dual exhaust this whole time. But I will be putting one on there very soon.
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as far as the audio goes...you would be much more satisfied if you created your own sound system solution
 
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as far as the audio goes...you would be much more satisfied if you created your own sound system solution
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