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I'm blacking out the front end on my black on black 2017 Spark LT. I've realized that better than painting my chrome trim black, I can just use the LS trim grill and fog lamp housing inserts which are already matte black. Anybody want to trade your black LS bumper trim (blue car) for my chrome LT bumper trim (black car)? You would have to have fog lamps already as pictured. Would love to swap instead of painting my chrome black. Let me know!
Hi everyone! I am currently an owner of a heavily modified 2012 Chevy Sonic 1.4T. I daily drive it and I must say I've reached the point where I would be uncomfortable to do any more to it for reasons of reliability. In the past I had never really paid much attention to the Chevy Spark, but recently the 2016+ remodel came to my attention and I must say that it is a DRASTIC improvement. I'm looking for a vehicle that I can toy around with as I have a daily already. So.. I have done a bit of research on the vehicle and read a bit about GMs family 0 engines. I became really intrigued when it was implied that i4s seem to share the same amount of liters, compression, CCs, and maybe even engine block? The factory Spark engine is obviously not much of a power house, but the 2016+ Chevy Cruze sports the new direct injected turbo i4 and is part of family 0. I took a glance through the forum but didn't see anyone bring up this subject. Of course engine swaps are a costly venture and not for everyone, but I don't mind spending a little money if it may be possible that the Cruze LE2 engine has a possibility of being swapped somewhat easily (for a swap anyway) into the Chevy Spark. If in fact these engines share the same block, it wouldn't be a stretch to say they share the same mounting points. That would be the first step of the puzzle if true. Thoughts anyone? I will say this possibility is a major factor in me potentially purchasing a Spark.