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Here's my 2000 Grand Am....09 Season!!

List of mods:

EXTERIOR

- Custom Blue Pearl Paint

- Full AED Kit (4door w/low spoiler)

- AED F1 Fenders

- AED custom Projector Headlights w/ 6000K HID's

- TYC Altezza Tail Lights

- Cerious Performance Carbon Fiber SC/T Hood

- Shaved doors and trunk

- Custom LED 3rd brakelight

- Polished 18" Eagle Alloy 077's wrapped in Kumho tires

- FlowLighting 7-color Blaze LED underbody kit

INTERIOR

- Custom KATZKIN leather interior

- Procar Parts reverse Indiglow Gauges

- Custom Auto Accents overlays

- 3 Gauge Pillar Pod

- Autometer gauges

- Custom Painted White Interior

- Custom Blue Interior Lighting

SUSPENSION and BRAKING

- Speedbuilt Front and Rear Strut tower braces

- Next Level Rear Sway Bar

- Eibach springs

- Cadillac XLR Front Caliper Conversion

- SE to GT rear disk conversion

- R1 Concept slotted and cross drilled rotors

- Bosch ceramic pads

UNDER THE HOOD and PERFORMANCE

- Eaton M62 Magnacharger Supercharger Kit

- Custom 3” Aluminum Cold Air Intake

- TCE 65mm Billet Throttle Body

- Caspers Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator

- 28LB delphi trailblazer Injectors

- S&S Ceramic Coated Headers w/ High Flow Cat

- SLP 2.5” Mandrel Bent Cat-Back Exhaust Piping

- Magnaflow Muffler and Tips

- LS1 MAF Sensor

- PLX Wide Band O2 SM-AFR + DM-5 52mm Gauge Combo

- Greddy Oil Catch Can

- Hayden Transmission Fluid Cooler

- Deleted EGR System

- Digital Horsepower Powertuner (Laptop PCM Programmer)

- Powder Coated upper & lower intake manifolds

- Powder Coated valve covers

- Optima Yellow Top

- Taylor 8mm wires

- 180 Degree Thermostat

- MRZ Performance Billet Engine Bay Caps

- WOT-Tech Billet Engine Mount

I.C.E.

- Alpine 9831 CD, MP3 Player

- Audiobahn A6004T Amp

- Audiobahn A8000T Amp

- Audiobahn AW1206T 12’ sub

- Audiobahn ABC525T 5.25” component set

- Alpine SPS690A 6x9”

- Audiobahn 1farad capacitor

- Farenheit 7” Monitor Custom Molded in Dash

- Slim PS2 custom Mounted in Glove Box

- 12.1 LCD Screen In Trunk

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Now it's time to see what the 2010 season mods will bring!!!!

EDIT: Check out post 42 in this thread for updated 2010 pics!!!

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Amazing looking car! You realy have put alot of work into that baby! Any shots of what the spoiler looks like?

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Forgot interior pics:

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Amazing looking car! You realy have put alot of work into that baby! Any shots of what the spoiler looks like?

Here's the best pic I currently have of the spoiler:

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Thanks!!!

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I have to agree. Do you have anything else to customize? :lol2: Looks like you covered it all, and very well. :lol2:

:willy_nilly: but for a true tuner, the piece of artwork at his/her hands is never complete :woot:

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I have to agree. Do you have anything else to customize? :lol2: Looks like you covered it all, and very well. :lol2:

Believe it or not.....I still have a lot of plans for this car. I've been working on the car this weekend adding a larger front sway bar with poly bushings and Energy Suspension end links. I'm waiting to get my upper and lower intake manifolds back from WOT-tech.com. They are being ported and polished (Competition Series). I'm also upgrading the valve springs to the LS6 springs with new seats and seals.

Then I have some other surprises for the 2010 season. :willy_nilly:

:lol2: but for a true tuner, the piece of artwork at his/her hands is never complete :lol2:

:woot:

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' date='Jan 31 2010, 02:23 PM' post='7236']

You should have totally done an LX9 top swap to get more from that Eaton...

I thought about doing the 3500 top swap...but decided I wanted to stick with the 3400 for now

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I thought about doing the 3500 top swap...but decided I wanted to stick with the 3400 for now

I'd sell ya my stocker top for cheap if you just want the stock, as I've ordered tons of new stuff and a brand new top end B)

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Can i have your M62?

i think that the eaton you have may work on the 3.5 (LX9 and LZ4) as well as the 2.9 (LZ9) motors...

Where can i find one? they are too hard to find

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WOW

Can i have your M62?

i think that the eaton you have may work on the 3.5 (LX9 and LZ4) as well as the 2.9 (LZ9) motors...

Where can i find one? they are too hard to find

Would you have clearance for it though?

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