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New Here- 1999 GP GTP

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Hi there,

I am from Ontario, I bought my first pontiac back in sept it was a 2003 GTP. I was in an accident and bought a 1999 GTP coupe a week after. Since then I've been hooked on pontiac and my prix hoping to modify it further than it is.

List so far,

-SD Ram air hood

-Open cone intake

-MSD ign. coils

-NGK wires on autolite copper core 606s

-Aeroforce scan guage

-LED spyder halos with the grille inserts yadda yadda all that fun stuff

Anywho ive only had the car a few months. I plan to install headers and do a gen V swap in the next month or two as well as a street tune to get her running good. I've done all the work myself and want to continue working on it.

I am in love wit pontiacs, G8 GTs, GTOs and Trans ams are some of my favourites makes me wish I could get something besides this prix.

Anyways, seems like a good site!




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Thanks guys, I was going to do a retrofit however these spyders go for around $300 and I managed to get them for $100 lightly used so I wasnt complaining. Output is a lot better than stock and that is without HIDs. If I were to do it again i'd like to do the housings black

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Just FYI, housings like those aren't meant for HIDs or the heat they generate.

Find a normal set of housings and retrofit once you want to switch over.

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Thank you for the welcome , these housings ran HIDs for a while before I bought them off the guy. I have the HIDs but I didnt have any ballasts or relays and honestly don't care for setting it up unless I were to retrofit like you said. I had to redo a wiring harness for them with as the harness that came with it was set up it. Anyways I am quite fond of the look over the stock but yes I do like retrofits better.

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