Logan Conner's "Crystal" Cruze


Cruze Culture Complete Air Suspension Kit
Air Lift Performance V2 Management


Miró Wheels 111
18x8.5 +35
Lexani LX-UHP 225/40/18


Bad News Racing Tune


Cloth to leather seat conversion
Two 10" subwoofers
Hydrodipped trim pieces
Rewrapped the cloth dash trim pieces in a new fabric


Winjet Automotive headlights
BMW style tail lights
Custom splitter
Black side marker lights
Gloss black vinyl wrapped roof and trim pieces
Duck bill spoiler
20% tint on the back and side windows
35% tint on the whole windshield

Why did you choose this car?

I'm on my second Cruze now, the first one was totaled by someone who wrecked into my driveway and hit it. I chose to get another one because I really liked how well they handled and looked. I also drive a lot so I needed an economy car. The biggest reason I decided to get another one was because I felt like I didn't get to finish what I started with my first Cruze. I wasn't done modifying it yet. Now, I'm really happy with how my car has turned out and can't wait to see where it goes in the future.

What was the main goal when the build started and what is it now?

The main goal was to simply make it unique. You see hundreds of Cruzes on the road every day, I just wanted mine to stand out. My goal is pretty much still the same, just keep making it more and more unique and break some more necks.

What are your future plans for the car?

My future plans for the car is to start doing more performance modifications, now that I have my exterior pretty much finished. I want to get an atmospheric BOV, maybe do a muffler and resonator delete with dual exhaust, and get a BNR catless down pipe if I end up choosing to do an exhaust.

Is there anything you would have done differently if you could go back?

Yes, I would have saved up the extra money to buy KSport Coilovers in the first place. I originally had lowering springs, which just ended up wearing out my stock struts. Then I had a set of coilovers off of eBay and they just didn't ride near as good as the KSports do. I also would've done the BNR tune sooner than I did, it definitely made the car so much more fun to drive.

Shout Outs

Shoutout to all of my @kentuckycruzes fam! Thank you all for the support and making the meets a lot of fun. I would like to give a huge shoutout to Brad Tyree (@toxic_cruze) for all of the help he has given me with my car. My Cruze would not be anywhere close to what it is without his help. I would also like to give Dan the man, a.k.a. dad, Daniel Parra (@clean_cruze) a shoutout. Daniel has helped me get the parts that I wanted for the Cruze, always been supportive of the build and been an awesome friend. Thank you for all you do for the CC Family, lots of love!

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1 comment

Awesome Cruze… What year is it and it is an RS? I like your custom splitter also. Where did you get it? I currently have a 2016 Cruze RS LT, and starting to do some upgrades.


Shaylon June 18, 2020

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