Oldsmobile Alero Accessories and Modifications
humpty66 Member Posts: 2
well im gettin an alero 1999 black 4 doors automatic 95,000 miles , my sister is giving it to me for free, im going to turn 16 in 2 weeks and i just got a job.. so now that im earing some money i want to spend that money on "pimpin it" i know its silly but i really want to do this.. i would like to know how much would it be for buyin a body kit, tintin the windows, headlights, rims, muffler, spoiler all the stuff and what should i put on it to make it look better i dont know much about cars thats.. do u guys think racing stripes would look good on it? if so do u know how much are they?.. well write back please..
.. does drift an automatic car ruins anything in the car?.. what thing should i put on my car to make it look "tight"?
I bought a 20k motor for $500 put slightly bigger valves in it and a thrush performance glass pack. doing this gave me the ability to go from stock 170 horse to 195 horse.
I have cold air intake system on order, supposed to get an additional 5-15 horse witch will be plenty for the alero.
The only question that i have is what kind of front end can i get for the alero now that i have more power then i need.
O. E. is not strong enough for this motor. Need new axles, wheel hub assembly and struts. I have already replaced all with O. E. parts and they keep failing.
Heres a link of what it looks like
Take the IAT sensor, relocate it to your grill. Take electrical or duct tape and cover the hole the sensor was originally installed in. This is supposed to make the car think you're getting more cold air than it really is. It's supposed to be a free upgrade most don't know about.
I have pieced together my own short ram intake. If this trick works, I may remove my short ram intake and find a filter to put directly over the throttle body. I also found links to high performance throttle body's for the Alero.
Email me directly if you have any tips to share or questions
He is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but he does cutom work. One of very few places you can get aftermarket tails for the alero.