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RickAKATed10
Monte Burns! Boooo-urns.
33 years old
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Highland, IN
Born May-16-1985
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Year: 2006
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Monte Carlo
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Body Style: SS
Engine: 5.3L V8 LS4
Trans: 4-spd Auto
From: Highland, IN
Color: Black
CarDomain URL: http://www.cardomain.com/id/teddy10
MySpace URL: http://www.myspace.com/rickakated10
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10 Aug 2009
$250 (local pickup only)

These wheels are NOT in good shape at all, but could be cleaned up, at least 3 of them can. One wheel is actually cracked. Another I believe might be bent, but I couldn't find it when I took the pictures. There are a few curb marks which are pictured. These are the set I had on my Stratus R/T before I sold it. You can look in my garage.

Wheels: 18x7.5 Davaj Boundry wheels - 15- 20K miles driven on, only summers.
Here is a link for reference you may find helpful to replace the 1 or 2 that might be ruined.
http://www.wheelmax.com/product.asp?ProdId=14831 - $840 for a new set...

Tires: Toyo Proxes 4 (225/40/18) - 15- 20K miles driven on, only summers.
http://www.wheelmax.com/product.asp?ProdId=14129 - $521 for a new set...

Nothing is in great shape, I just need some extra cash. Let me know what you think. Like my other thread, please ask anything, PM, reply, or e-mail me any questions. I'll be more than happy to provide any additional information or pictures you might want.

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I have a lot of other pictures I can send upon request. Thanks a lot for looking.
10 Aug 2009
All items for sale are negotiable. I would really love to sell everything. I've had all of these things laying around for way too long now. Thank you for looking.

If interested, reply or PM me and I will respond with more information, pics, paypal address or anything else you may need in order to help. Thanks again!

Walker 2.25" stainless steel exhaust clamp - $10
Eclipse OEM fuel door - $20 SOLD
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OEM/stock instake tubing - $30
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OEM/Stock 17" R/T wheel (polished) - $40 (local pickup only) It has a slight dent in the lip, never leaked air and was always able to be balanced. Would make a perfect spare and could be fixed. I always had the wheel in the rear.
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Injen lower (CAI) intake tube - $25 - Damaged, but can be sanded and repainted. It came loose and was dragged about 30 ft. Will NOT affect performance and the damaged section can not be seen when installed.
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4 May 2009
I just wanted to ask, generally, if anyone has had any experience with Summit Race mufflers or Summit Fully Welded mufflers. I was considering going the cheaper route and giving them a try for my Monte Carlo. Let me know your opinion. Below is the information on each.

LINK
Price: $ 28.95
Brand: Summit
Product Line: SummitŪ Race Mufflers
Part Type: Mufflers
Part Number: SUM-638221
Case Shape: Oval
Inlet Diameter (in): 2.250 in.
Inlet Quantity: Single
Inlet Location: Offset
Outlet Diameter (in): 2.250 in.
Outlet Quantity: Single
Outlet Location: Center
Internal Construction: Chambered
Muffler Material: Steel
Muffler Finish: Aluminized
Case Length (in): 13.000 in.
Overall Length (in): 19.000 in.
Thickness (in): 4.000 in.
Width (in): 10.000 in.
Outlet Style: Standard, without tip
Quantity: Sold individually.
Muffler, Chambered, 2.25 in. Inlet, 2.25 in. Outlet, Offset Inlet, Center Outlet, Steel, Aluminized, Each

More flow equals more horsepower.
These SummitŪ race mufflers will give your vehicle a deep aggressive tone. Constructed from steel with an aluminized finish they are perfect for your next street/strip project. Available in multiple sizes and configurations to suit your high performance needs.

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OR...

LINK
Price: $33.95
Brand: Summit
Product Line: SummitŪ Fully Welded Mufflers
Part Type: Mufflers
Part Number: SUM-633221
Case Shape: Oval
Inlet Diameter (in): 2.250 in.
Inlet Quantity: Single
Inlet Location: Offset
Outlet Diameter (in): 2.250 in.
Outlet Quantity: Single
Outlet Location: Center
Internal Construction: Chambered
Muffler Material: Steel
Muffler Finish: Aluminized
Case Length (in): 13.500 in.
Overall Length (in): 17.000 in.
Thickness (in): 4.000 in.
Width (in): 10.000 in.
Outlet Style: Standard, without tip
Quantity: Sold individually.
Notes: Muffler is reversible.
Muffler, Welded, 2 1/4 in. Inlet/2 1/4 in. Outlet, Steel, Aluminized, Each

Handles more horsepower.
Not only can our SummitŪ fully welded mufflers handle more horsepower than regular mufflers, they free up even more power, thanks to a low-restriction design. The mufflers also feature large flow tubes, sound-tuned chambers for better sound control, and an aluminized case.

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Also... I asked Professor Overdrive at Summit Racing the following question:

"I'm debating between two Summit brand mufflers, the Fully Welded (part #: SUM-633221) or the Race Mufflers (part #: SUM-638221). I was hoping that you could clarify the differences between the two types. I'm looking more toward the sound differences than performance ones, however I hope you will be able to tell me that as well. Thank you for your help and I look forward to hearing back from you!"

I will post his response once I receive it.
Thanks!
16 Mar 2009
I finally got it cleaned up a bit and decided to take some pictures. I figured I would share.

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What do ya think? As far as mods, so far I've removed the GM emblems and the front license plate mount, and got the Impala SS headrests. Not much, but something.
13 Mar 2009
I just wanted to find out if any one has any experience with MTEC bulbs. My Monte uses H11, but I know that you guys use a different size bulb. That really doesn't matter though. I just wanted to find out what you guys thought about them because I was considering a set for my headlights and foglights.

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They are rated at 4350K color temperature.

I've heard good things, I just wanted to find out if you guys have. For about $31 they don't seem bad. Much cheaper than PIAA as well.

Thanks for your input guys.
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