i just bought a 2010 cobalt lt coupe i didnt want the turbo girlfriend couldnt drive it wat are some mods that will make the car sound and perform better

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Asked by Dec 03, 2009 at 09:13 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt

Question type: Car Customization

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http://www.vectormotorsports.com/index.php? page=shop.product_details&flypage=shop.flypage&product_id=20&category_id=14&manufacturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=28

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do you think a chip is suitable for that type of car?

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there is no chip for this car, its an actual ecu tune. if your comp tech savvy then you can get the program for a laptop and do it yourself

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assuming that you mean she couldnt drive the 5 speed you should turbo it anyway. if you do a turbo run the exhaust 2.5 inch and as straight as possible. id delete the catalitic converter but im not sure it would be emmisions legal where you are

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check out this link, these guys are like cobalt gods, i wouldn't listen to ANYONE ELSE ! http://www.jbodyperformance.com/new/PartCategories.php? genId=4

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it would void my warranty its brand new i wanna use up the whole warrenty first like if the clutch were to go or some shit i want gm to do it for free haha. but after the sixty thousand power train is done thats when an after market clutch goes in

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omfg u pass up a turbalt cause the gf couldn't drive it???? what a moron... whiiiiiiiipppppppppedddddddddddd

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