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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-23-2010, 11:30 PM Thread Starter
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Hello Everyone. I'm new to the Cobalt world.. I've owned my baby for about 2 months now. She's an 07 Cobalt SS SC. I'm really wanting to learn a lot about tuning, sound and electrical work. So hopefully you guys can help me out.

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very clean, as for tuning trifecta tunes the cobalt. get an intake, maybe a stage kit then get it tuned. what would you like to know about sound and electrical stuff?



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Well, yes I know the basics..but I'm looking for specifics..I understand Cold Air Intakes, but there are different types and brands. I want to know what works best. Learn about sound systems and whats good for the size of the car, if I can install it by myself or need some help. LEDS/ Under glow. Ideas... on paint and custom interior, what body kits look best, which after market exhaust sounds best, which spoiler that isn't stock looks better..ECT. I want it all...
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Well, yes I know the basics..but I'm looking for specifics..I understand Cold Air Intakes, but there are different types and brands. I want to know what works best. Learn about sound systems and whats good for the size of the car, if I can install it by myself or need some help. LEDS/ Under glow. Ideas... on paint and custom interior, what body kits look best, which after market exhaust sounds best, which spoiler that isn't stock looks better..ECT. I want it all...
DO NOT EVER PUT AN AFTERMARKET BODY KIT ON YOUR CAR, hands down agreed by everyone on this site that the best body kit for a cobalt is the one you have on your car currently-please
anywho, intake i'd say K&N or injen and its only offered in CAI for the SS and exhaust i'm not sure for the SS, sound systems depends if you just wanna upgrade or want to shatter the windows, and leds and stuff also depends what you are looking for blinding people when the ysee your car or just some subtle accent lighting



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Now never buy an aftermarket spoiler for your balt unless its the carbon fiber version of the ss wing. Exhaust sounds, that all depends do you like loud roaring exhaust? Try to be a lil more specific. I would suggest though for the interior get the red trim kit gm offers, or paint it yourself the silver sticks out really bad.



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Very nice ride, but the back looks crowded. You might want to think about badge removal.

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welcome! I agree with Will, cleaning up the rear end would be a nice first step


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