Exterior / Engine / Suspension Mods:Well, to start off, lets talk about the carbon fiber hood. I have been hating my stock hood for a long time because of the swirl marks and rock chips. I was contemplating the ram air hood from rk sport, but in time I think I will have the same problems. This was my answer. I am very pleased with it, the fitment was a little rough, but But I am all together happy with it. I have had numerous comments on it also. I also was disliking the bumper covers of the Z24. They were nice and aggressive looking but they just weren't doing it for me. Well, the funds arrived and the Drift Kit front and rear are on. They look great. I really like them. After the hood I fell in love with Carbon fiber all together and purchased the CF Altezza Tail lights. They give the rear-end a nice touch if I must say so. I also purchased the CF M3 mirrors. Along with the painted keyholes, projector headlights, and euro clear corner lenses the exterior of the car is hightly modified yet looks clean with nothing outrageous. The engine is a long way from being custom. All that was added was a high flow intake from RKSport and a high flow exhaust from RKSport also. An optima redtop battery was also added to power my system that is talked about in the next page.One other thing that bugged me from the stock look of the cavalier was it's 4x4 looking height. Eibach sport lowering springs fixed that giving me a 1.5" drop along with an upgrade of rubber and wheels with my 17" Enkei RS6's wrapped in Kumho ecsta supra rubber. Giving me the lowered, yet sporty look. I also added the RKSport front sway bar to stiffin up the front end. Powerslot rotors were added for that race look and stopping power of course. I also painted the calipers and drums black. That rust color was accenting the car much.