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Where can i round up some ponies?

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You can try running Bosch Plus 4 Platinum plugs. That along with the aforemntioned filter will give you a little bit of pep
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Bitchin' Bonnie,
You can look at the Magnaflow exhaust systems for more poweer. They out perform the Borla, FlowTech and Flow Master exhaust systems. They even sell the right size stuff for Bonnies so you don't have to customize stuff from Firebirds, Grand AM'*/Prix'* to fit properly. Their systems are stainless steel so expect a fairly high price tag.
Also, if you have a SSEi of the '94 and up version try putting the */C pulley from a '93 SSEi. It'* a smaller diameter and spins your */C faster to gain more boost.

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ok here'* the deal i want more power... but as most of you know there isn't a whole lot for our car what can i do? and tips on a cai?
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FIRST OFF DO THE K&N FILTER SET-UP, MAYBE A NEW EXHAUST, FOR STARTERS...THEN FROM THERE MONEYS THE NAME OF THE GAME
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There is plent of stuff to do to our cars. Everything that fits on a Grand Prix GT fits on our cars. Its the same engine (L36)... Like the supercharger kit coming out for the GT will work for us too. The Comp Cam, etc, etc. Have fun
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how can the grandprix borla catback fit out rather large bonnys? Doesnt it have a different frame as well as length of the pipes???

If anyonehas a borla system please email me
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