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Mods sofar are:

GM performance parts plus strut bar (painted to match)

chrome lower grill mod

Eclipse 33230 2ch amp

Alpine type S 12" sub 300w rms

cold air intake

custom painted engine bay (done by myself)

Custom trunk lid mat (also done by myself)

Hammerhead spoiler

eyelids & full overlays package (chrome darts front & rear and rims, black dart on the steering wheel)

tinted tail lights

GT logo added to the dash

aftermarket pedals

seat belt sleeves with Pontiac lettering & logo

g6performance.com club stickers

SWO club stickers (designed by myself)

ForeverPontiac.com stickers (designed by myself)

GM performance parts plus stickers

Saturn logo sticker (I worked for 2 years selling cars for Saturn)

US flags in the door jams

Jedi Mickey in the back seat

Auto diming mirror added

new tires: BFGoodrich G-force super sport 225/50/17's

brake caliper paint (Dupli-Color RED)

Front plate delete and made my own bumper plugs

repairs & maintenance

sunroof leak twice (under warranty)

steering shaft replaced (under warranty)

two new tie rods (under warranty)

front brakes and roters replaced at 34K and again at 61K

new rear brake pads at 41k

Fuel injectors cleaned at 65k

Headlights restored and polished at 65k

New front & rear dart overlays and new eyelids at 65k

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Full Mod list:

Exterior Modifications:

Speedline MIstral 6's 17" x 9.5"

Kumho Ecsta 275 x 40 x 17

8000K HID low beams.

8000K HID fog lights.

60LED Switchback DRL/Turn Signals.

Debadged, trim delete and rear filler panel is now devoid of the firebird name and logo.

Interior Modifications:

Corbeau CR1 race seats

PLX Wideband gauge in central AC vent

Weight Reduction


Whisper Lid

Intense S1X NA Cam: 212┬║/216┬║ .556"/.546" 113┬║ LSA (With 1.7 ratio rockers)

Yella Terra 1.7 Platinum series roller rockers

PAC 130# springs

60┬░Inclusive ported heads and intake

10:1 Compression

LS6 Fuel Injectors w/ FAST spacers

Manton Pushrods

LS7 lifters

Fabricated Valve Covers

Force Fed Fabs Longtube Headers

3" Spun Metallic Cat

3" Electric cutout

3" dual out turbo muffler (Dynomax)



BMR 32mm Solid swaybar + Poly endlinks/bushings

PARacing Tubular K-member RR

HAL QA1 12-way coilovers


LS1 19mm swaybar + Poly endlinks/bushings

UMI Performance LCA's

UMI Performance Adjustable Torque Arm

HAL QA1 12-way shocks w/ WS6 rear springs


Aluminum Driveshaft

Yank Torque Arm Relocation Cross member

TCI Super Street Fighter 3800 stall w/ 2.1 str

4L60E built by Richard at Precision Transmissions in Amarillo, TX

Hayden 1405 trans cooler



PLX Wideband

CDT Door Speakers: CL-61CV.2

CDT Sail Panel Subwoofers: HD-6M DVC

To-Do List:

Install ram air hood, build air box.

Break into 13's NA.

Collect parts pile for T-56 build. *Clutch kit is all that remains*

Afterwards, build parts pile for boost build.

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