What Can i do?

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Asked by Jul 04, 2017 at 01:02 AM about the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Base Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

Hey there! i just recently bought my first car (A base model 05 Chevy Cobalt)
and i want to do some cool stuff to it power wise like maybe a supercharger?
what are some things i can do engine and tuning wise?

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I'm sure you can find after market shift kits for the tranny and performance ECM , air intakes , split fire plugs , custom exhaust how much do you want to spend ?

4,235

If its a base coupe with 4 lug wheels its not worth spending too much money on. The car's just not built for high performance. Some of the things suggested above will help though. Visit ZZ Performance for lots of good ideas. As for supercharging, that is a project that will cost you between $5000 and $10000 to do properly. That's a lot when you consider you can buy the same thing already built by the factory for about $3500. In other words, enjoy the car you have now, but start looking around for a SS/SC. It already has the supercharger, as well as the sport suspention that goes with it. That's a much better platform to start upgrading.

Drop a LQ9 and 4L80e in it.

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