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So now that I have my cover thanks to Foximus, I also wanted to get one of the stainless steel covers as well. The problem is ive only found them on mrzperformance and the shipping theyre offering, at least the reasonably affordable options, seem to require a longer wait than id prefer.

I googled around a little and didnt find much, do any of you know other sites that sell these same items? Im going to go through the vendor list here, but was curious if anyone knew of any off hand.

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Stainless Steel Fuse Box Cover - Chevy Bowtie - 2005-2006: by Parts - Engine Bay Covers and Caps - Fuse box Cover for Cobalt G5 05- - Car Performance Parts And Auto Accessories | MRZ Performance
 

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Try looking for them on Ebay, may be different shipping times. Just remember, if I remember right, they are in Canada and crossing borders causes longer shipping times. they do have many more neat looking items, once I get done with my move that I plan on buying.
 

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i have a stainless steel mrz cover i want to sell. black bowtie inlay
I was leaning towards a red inlay, but just in case what price are you looking for and is it still in good shape? My zip is 90241 btw
 

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Speaking of, I have been wondering about what I could gain(if anything) from replacing things like the alternator pulley, flywheel, crank pulley, etc. Ill go ahead and admit Im not well versed on those parts so Im somewhat clueless about what future mods I could do involving such things. If it helps, I have an 05 LS 2.2 automatic.
 

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Speaking of, I have been wondering about what I could gain(if anything) from replacing things like the alternator pulley, flywheel, crank pulley, etc. Ill go ahead and admit Im not well versed on those parts so Im somewhat clueless about what future mods I could do involving such things. If it helps, I have an 05 LS 2.2 automatic.
I didn't really notice anything from the alternator pulley.

Now, the different crank pullies...im sure there are a few extra ponies there...but I've heard a few bad stories about the crank pulleys. I have no experience with them tho. I've installed one on a friends car, but I don't think I can justify the $170 for it tho.
 

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Ah ok, thanks. Maybe ill put it on hold for now. Once I have my exhaust all set up Ill need some new stuff to start working on and since Im staying N/A I am trying to learn now about internal upgrades and such I can do.
 

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I might look into getting my engine bored, they do it next door at work so I can get a discount...not sure how big yet or even if its wise to...I just want to go big enough to have more power but not big enough that I got to start changing everything (injectors, cams etc) I'm gonna have to have a talk with the Ross who does he engine re-building and see what he says....I'll let u guys know incase if anyone was wondering about boring their engine
 

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yeah I'll let u know GpB311...I'm concerned about the price the most lol...but if I can get like 40 more hp for like $500-700 I'm happy...paid more for my catback with less hp
 

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Got the cover good n painted, now trying to decide if I want a red or black insert on the metal cover.
Is there any way to remove the whole fusebox to paint the bottom as well?



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