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2016 Chevy Spark LS this is a post to show what I have done so far to my car and what I will be doing in the future. 1. Magna flow race series straight through muffler 2. custom weighted shift knob 3. mud flaps(cheap) will be putting on rally armor mud flaps soon 4. 5% tint all around 5. white light head light bulbs 6. smoked out tail lights 7. manual sport pedal package 8. OEM fog light kit this week I will be adding a tinted sun strip to my front window as well as deleting my resonator to make it a little louder and meaner sounding. I have a set of rims picked out for it I just have to save a lil more. im have on order to front splitter connecting rods and a sheet of black acrylic plastic to make a custom front splitter. I will be purchasing Megan Racing coil overs as well in the summer. I have a 10inch carbon fiber cone sub woofer that is ready to be installed. I will be installing a cold air intake and a stage 1 engine tune will be happening this summer to make some more horse power. car is a little dirty but there's my 5%tint all around plus I took a pic of the sticker I have on the back which I thought suites the car pretty well lol its fun but a lil bit slow. . . and so far that is my 2016 Chevy spark!! thanks and feel free to comment and leave any tips you may have !! ENJOY
Ok, so I know a lot of us have been searching for a way to remove that pesky shift knob, without having to cut or drill. Thankfully, I have found a way. Tools you'll need are: 7"-10" pair of vice grips, and cutters Est. removal time: 5-10 minutes 1. First, you'll remove the boot, simply by grabbing the base of the boot, and lifting with your fingertips. 2. Next, you'll lift up the boot over the knob, and use the cutters to cut the ziptie off of the boot 3. Once that's done, you can pull the boot off the rest of the way, over the shift knob. 4. Once you get the boot off, you'll take your vice grips, and lock it into place, where the ziptie was holding the boot up 5. Now comes the fun part. Using your free hand, grip the lever bar for support; and with your strong hand, twist the knob using the vice grips in any direction until it gives. 6. Once this happens, you're basically going to work it left and right. I found that after it gives, if I use the palm of one hand to press down on the shift knob, while twisting; this will increase the amount of friction and wear down the glue/plastic faster. Once it's twisting back & forth easy while pushing down on the knob; you can now twist the knob back & forth, while pulling up. Eventually you'll be able to slide that sucker right off, and reveal the diamond beveled lever tip underneath (Sorry for the blurry picture) Now your Spark is ready for the desired custom shift knob of your choice I hope this helps!!!
Hello guys! Have anyone tried to change the shift boot of your car? Well I watched already some videos on youtube and I did try to pull off the plastic frame but I don't think it's working...(?) Can anyone make a video or give me a video reference please? thanks in advance. Ah and btw does this one fits? It says it does but I don't trust very much ebay sellers to be honest. http://www.ebay.com/itm/BLACK-BLUE-PVC-LEATHER-STITCH-BOOT-MANUAL-SHIFT-BOOT-TRANSMISSION-COVER-E-/151344497160?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item233cd5c208&vxp=mtr