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Old 09-11-2009, 12:08 PM   #1
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This is my 2002 Pontiac Trans Am. It'* heavily modded and only comes out in the summer when it'* nice out.

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Old 09-11-2009, 01:12 PM   #2
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THAT IS SICK!!! id bet you could lay tread all day
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Over 500 to the wheels! I see "heads, cam, & headers" on the dyno sheet, but what are your exact mods to that killer?
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That sure is a purdy ride!
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Sweet ride man, to bad you only drive during the summer.
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Awesome whip, nice numbers.
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Over 500 to the wheels! I see "heads, cam, & headers" on the dyno sheet, but what are your exact mods to that killer?
I have done the following mods:

-Thunder Racing 227 XTR Cam
-ET Performance 215cc CNC heads
-Comp chromoly pushrods
-ARP Head studs
-42# SVO injectors
-Racetronix fuel system w/hot wire kit
-Custom tune by RMCR
-Yank SS 3600 stall converter
-Trans Go valave body kit
-Pacesetter Ceramic long tube headers w/ORY
-Magna Flow cat-back exhaust.
-Nitrous Outlet Plate System (150 shot)
-Two stage FJO nitrous contoller
-SLP Lid
-Holly Pro Shot filter
-BMR chromoly Torque arm, lower control arms, panhard rod and relocation control arm brackets.
-UMI boxed sub frame connectors
-Eibach springs (Pro-kit)
-TA girdle with ARP carrier studs
-American Racing Torque Thrust 2'* 17x9 (front) 17x11 (rear)
-Nitto DR'* 315/35-17'* rear.
-Summito 275/40-17'* (front)

That'* most of the mods off the top of my head. I'm sure there are some that I have left out, but that'* pretty much the meat of it. I do have an LS3 block sitting in my garage for a 416ci stroker build I have planned for the future.


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Thanks! She'* my baby... but she sure doesn't ride as smooth as the Bonnie! I must be getting old!

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I love it. I have a 99 WS6 M6, but I am thinking of going the turbo route. Very few mods to date, just an SLP air box, SLP loud mouth and gutted cats with sims. Rebuilt the T56 tranny last year. Its the same tranny as in the Viper so it is easy to get upgrade components like steel forks, bronze wear pads, billet keys, etc. Pretty much know what I want to do, except am struggling with how to best set up the exhaust. Would it be possible for you to describe it from the exhaust manifold back? Do you have an X, H or dual set up? Pics would be great.

Tell me more. Please.
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I love it. I have a 99 WS6 M6, but I am thinking of going the turbo route. Very few mods to date, just an SLP air box, SLP loud mouth and gutted cats with sims. Rebuilt the T56 tranny last year. Its the same tranny as in the Viper so it is easy to get upgrade components like steel forks, bronze wear pads, billet keys, etc. Pretty much know what I want to do, except am struggling with how to best set up the exhaust. Would it be possible for you to describe it from the exhaust manifold back? Do you have an X, H or dual set up? Pics would be great.

Tell me more. Please.
Basically, I have the long tube headers that run into the pacesetter off road y-pipe. Then, the y-pipe runs into a 3 1/2 inch intermediate pipe back into a single Magnaflow muffler. Then, the muffler splits into two tailpipe sections turning into (2) 3 inch stainless tips.

The whole exhaust from the Y-pipe back is a Magnaflow stainless cat-back system. I can try to get pics if you want.

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