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      What do you mean there's no turbo?
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      here's what I went with. It's a magnaflow street series



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      What do you mean there's no turbo?
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      And most us with aveos who actually post on here are here to find out different ways to mod or fix. There's always a few people who like to post about the aveo being a beater and how we should put or money into something else. Just because that's what you are doin or want to do doesn't mean that's someone else's plan. I personally bought the aveo to mess around with. Sure it's a cheaper ****box econocar but its all I have and want. I don't want or need another car. I'd rather just put my money into the one I have to try an make it better. To each his own.

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      Quote Originally Posted by dgoody88 View Post
      And most us with aveos who actually post on here are here to find out different ways to mod or fix. There's always a few people who like to post about the aveo being a beater and how we should put or money into something else. Just because that's what you are doin or want to do doesn't mean that's someone else's plan. I personally bought the aveo to mess around with. Sure it's a cheaper ****box econocar but its all I have and want. I don't want or need another car. I'd rather just put my money into the one I have to try an make it better. To each his own.
      Thank you for your positive post. I love my aveo. It's a good car and I am glad I have it. And yes, cheap to fix, cheap to own and cheap to mod. Well kinda...there are two approaches to modding 1) DIY and 2) Buy it. Since there is not too much pre-done or off the shelf solutions, we go back to DIY and that my friend is what real modding is all about.
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      I found a cool little body kit by DuraFlex. Sadly, it's for the Hatchback. I'm going to contact DuraFlex to see if they can alter one to fit the sedan.

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      The sides and front should be the same. So you can use those with out issues (I think). Here is a pointer for you, start at post 68 for the front.

      http://www.aveoforum.com/forum/f81/b...85/index7.html
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      It's for the 2007 Hatchback, but I think it would look pretty sweet on the 2011 LT.

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      There is a substantial changes between 2007 and 2011. You're looking for trouble. Plastic can only bend so far
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      I meant I would contact the company to see if they would custom make one for my Aveo.

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      Thumbs up Amen

      Quote Originally Posted by dgoody88 View Post
      And most us with aveos who actually post on here are here to find out different ways to mod or fix. There's always a few people who like to post about the aveo being a beater and how we should put or money into something else. Just because that's what you are doin or want to do doesn't mean that's someone else's plan. I personally bought the aveo to mess around with. Sure it's a cheaper ****box econocar but its all I have and want. I don't want or need another car. I'd rather just put my money into the one I have to try an make it better. To each his own.
      It's 2024 and that's why i'm here. So amen for people who are grateful for what they have and would rather improve it as much as possible because it makes it more unique and plus its a fun hobby. I want my 2009 Aveo LT to be a nice daily driver or nice secondary car. I'm looking for body kit ideas at the moment also even a blank black grille without the bar and emblem on it. This car doesn't have many mods for it. So anything you guys have done or improvements you've come up with performance and looks wise please let me know.

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      For your 2011 Chevy Aveo LT, consider enhancing its performance with a cold air intake for increased airflow, improving throttle response. Upgrade the exhaust system with a reputable brand like Magnaflow or Flowmaster for a sportier sound. Opt for a cat-back exhaust system to maximize gains. Additionally, invest in a set of alloy wheels to enhance the car's appearance and handling. A subtle spoiler or body kit can also add a touch of individuality. Prioritize maintenance and handling improvements for a well-rounded upgrade. Check online forums and communities for Aveo owners to gather more insights and specific recommendations tailored to your preferences.





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