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Thumbs up SS underhood liner (56K = mayyybe)

Here's a couple of pics of the underhood liner I just had installed...I think it looks good, I was praying the SS logo wouldn't be ungodly big, and it wasn't! Can't tell in the photo, but there's a reflective border around the letters. Enjoy!




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Looks good!!! Keep up the good work.
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is that a sticker?
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hows the strut bar working for u
who is it made by
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is that a sticker?
nope it's a new underhood liner--i ordered it from the parts shop @ Young Chevy here in Layton.


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hows the strut bar working for u
who is it made by

Strut bar is awesome--as you know, the Balt has a bit of body roll (quite heavy for such a small car), the DC Sports carbon strut bar works wonders tightening up the front end. for the rear, i recommend Progress sway bars.


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Looks good!!! Keep up the good work.
Thanks! I appreciate it! The liners are actually quite inexpensive, you should check one out would go awesome with yellow


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i agree on the liner, it is inexpensive & does look good. i have the laser blue balt and it suits it perfect.

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is that DC bar the CS2? i just ordered that but i thought it was a dual bar!
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also do you have the progress rear set you mentioned? i was looking at that but didnt pull the trigger.
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also do you have the progress rear set you mentioned? i was looking at that but didnt pull the trigger.
the DC strut bar I have is a single bar, I do have the Progress rear sway bar and I think it works great. Not mindbending, but pretty good for the money. I'm sure on a lowered car, it'd be even more effective.


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