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To bad GM didn't adopt the solstice. The 2nd generation would have been awesome. Staggered the back tires for a little more width,( about 2" wider), for the look. Got added traction and response. Ordered a smoothline hardtop, black vinyl, should get it in a month or 2. New stereo. Looking for a good supercharger kit to put on the 2.4L. 5 speed. Great condition. Owned by another OG that lived in the hills of ky. Needs a center console cover, poor design. Right where you put you elbow when your getting in. That's the only problem I've found. Great little car.
 

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To bad GM didn't adopt the solstice. The 2nd generation would have been awesome. Staggered the back tires for a little more width,( about 2" wider), for the look. Got added traction and response. Ordered a smoothline hardtop, black vinyl, should get it in a month or 2. New stereo. Looking for a good supercharger kit to put on the 2.4L. 5 speed. Great condition. Owned by another OG that lived in the hills of ky. Needs a center console cover, poor design. Right where you put you elbow when your getting in. That's the only problem I've found. Great little car.
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There are some significant build paths for these little motors that can get you pretty far as far as horsepower gains. Not cheap but I’d venture it’s a fair bit cheaper then the V8 swap and with the money you save you can add a wide body kit from Norms fiberglass and get the wider stance to boot.
 
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