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1995 Saturn SL1

My Saturn SL1 Modification Video. Exterior Modifications consist of: Magnaflow Performance Straight pipe Exhaust/muffler. AEM Cool Air Intake, Polished and painted valve cover to match the car, AEM decal, Magnaflow Performance Decal, AVS Visors over every window, Tinted windows at 30%. And HP Racing 16'' Wheels. Interior Modifications: Type S gear shift knob, racing pedals, cobra radar detector, new upholstry, pioneer sound system&radio. Soon to come: Body Kit, Spoiler, Hood Scoop, Neon Kit, and Headers


 


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