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Total List of All Aftermarket Mods
done by myself on my 22 Venue SE
All done with no real mechanic/car background knowledge except a tiny tiny bit of wiring which I learned from YouTube.

• Pedal Commander ECU throttle response controller

•JBL Basspro Micro 8in powered subwoofer , with dash mounted gain remote control knob

• New aftermarket speakers 2x 6.5in coaxial focals in the rear , 2x infinity reference 6.5in coaxial in the front

• Plasti dipped roof , wheels, rear emblem, door handles and gas cap glossy black

• LED headlights and interior dome lights

• Smoked out tail lights and rear turn signals (2x coats black Plasti dip 5x coats glossifier)

• Chrome moulding door pillar post, and lower door trim

• Oasis brand universal faux leather seat covers front and rear

• Added center console arm rest because SE had none.

• blind spot side view mirror and panoramic rear view mirror

• tinted windows 20% rear & 35% front

• rain guards for windows

• digital fit floor mats oreal (just as good as weathertech and half the price)

• durashox tpu spring Coil buffers - these really helped the shit suspension on the venue and lifted it like 1.5 inches

Also installing Yakima roof rack this weekend. Using skyline towers landing pad 21 and corebar - this combo fits flush in the ditch moulding on the roof of the SE for those looking for SE roof racks.


If you have any questions on any of the mods like the brand, where I got them or how I like a specific item/mod definitely let me know! In my honest opinion these mods made my venue 10000x more fun to drive and
 

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Here's an example of the crossbar roof rack I'm installing next week if anyone was curious, what it will look like. There's a guide courtesy of Rack Attack. You can piece the kit together for around $400-$500. I'll post pictures and installation notes after its installed
 

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I got the Oasis Auto Seat Covers, too!
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I went with the factory cross bars. I bought it 99% percent for the looks. I have used it like 1% to have a bike rack up there.

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Oh man I love that table you have on the passenger seat, what is that?
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I bought this Portable Desk from Amazon.
• Extended Arm
• Storage Bins
• 2-ports inverter ports (200 watts) for equipment like printer, modem and etc.
• Mahogany Finish
• $400 MSRP.

I bought a used one on Amazon for $180. :devilish:



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I have a question about the pedal control. Is it worth the money and does it make huge difference @JordanBensen

I think it's worth the money yeah, they usually have a promo code you can use to help bring the price down a bit. The main reason I think it's worth it and what I primarily use it for is when I have passengers or cargo in my car. With any additional weight I notice the venue really gets bogged down especially when you're trying to go up a hill etc. The pedal commander completely eliminated all that pedal lag. You can probably find a cheaper unit out there that does the same thing as well though but all in all I'd say it's 100% worth it personally.
 
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