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  • About MonteLSV6
    Im 21, I love to working on cars (especially mine) and computers. Love to airsoft,paintball & more!
    My Car, computers, video games, and my girlfriend
    Right now I'm working at McDonalds since no one else will take. At least it'll support my car habit.
    2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS (Victoria)
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  • Last Activity: 01-19-2015 02:50 PM
  • Join Date: 03-17-2009
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  1. Red Monte Carlo
    06-26-2015 10:36 PM - permalink
    Nice ride! You haven't been online since January though :/
  2. SpinEm_90
    05-31-2011 11:30 PM - permalink
    hey there TJ! I was just wondering if you have a link to where you got your leds from for your headlights? I am currently working on a very unique custom project with my monte & i'm trying so hard to find good looking leds & i think yours look great. if you could help me out i would really appreciate it!
  3. Monteboy03
    03-08-2010 12:43 AM - permalink
    No I said 2 "sets" of like 4 bends so you get 8 tubes to play with. $90 vs $298 k&n short air intake.
  4. Monteboy03
    03-07-2010 04:06 PM - permalink
  5. Monteboy03
    03-07-2010 04:02 PM - permalink
    hey in response to your ? about my cai i ordered the piping off of ebay for $90! i believe it was called a universal intercooler piping kit. the pipes were the the same size as the stock size from what it appeared on the site so i ordered it. cant go wrong with that price i guess. the kit came with two of each of four bent tubes and two streight tubes so it gave me room to figure out which ones would work. yes i had to drill my own hole for the temp sens. you should be able to find a gromit or plug at your local auto store. the kit also came with plenty of clamps and rubber colars so it left for several other intakes that could be built. it sounds much better and LOUDER where the cone now sits in the bumper. and wut a difference it made.
  6. MonteLSV6
    01-14-2010 01:02 AM - permalink
    haha well i used to work at a place that actually did it in like 5 mins, but I take my time on it lol but if i really wanted to i could get 10-15mins lol....nah, she came like that
  7. red04montels
    01-12-2010 08:44 PM - permalink
    glad to see someone around here can do an oil change in 10 minutes, takes me like 30 haha, did you paint the bottom of your car black?

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