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Proud Owner of a Riced 08 GP GXP


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With our old G6

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Pre-flat

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Mods: K&N intake, cat delete, res delete, elec. cutout, MagnaFlow mufflers, and rice painting and stickers.

Info on the LS4:

The 5.3L LS4 shares the basic architecture of the 6.0L LS2. This includes an all aluminum block, six-bolt main bearing caps, deep-skirt cylinders, and a structural oil pan. It has the 243 casting LS6 heads with LS1 valve springs, which are good for 6200-6300 rpms.

Engineers had to mount this engine sideways so some changes were made. The crankshaft is shorten by 13 mm overall, 3 mm at the flywheel and 10 mm at the accessory drive. This was done to accommodate a more compact accessory drive. Instead of a 2 belt system there is only 1 long serpentine belt, even with this to save space there is only about 2 inches between the crankshaft pulley and the passenger side wheel well. The water pump is mounted off center with elongated passages to connect to the block (see picture). Also a rear facing intake manifold was designed. To ensure proper oiling during high-g cornering the oil pan has special baffles built in. Since Displacement on Demand uses oil for activation an oil pump with 31% more flow than previous LS2 type oil pumps is used.

Displacement: 325ci (5328cc)

Compression Ratio: 10:1 (premium fuel is recommended)

Bore x Stroke: 3.78" x 3.622" (96mm x 92mm)

Firing Order: 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3

Horsepower: 303 hp @ 5600 rpm

Torque: 323 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

Fuel Cut-off: 6100 rpm

Probable production numbers:

05: 2019

* _67 Sport Red (63U)

* 144 White (40U)

* 171 Bermuda Blue (26U)

* 231 Galaxy Silver (12U)

* 270 Medium Spiral Gray (88U)

* 484 Dark Cherry (77U)

* 643 Black (41U)

06: 6681

* _179 Sport Red (63U)

* _329 Cobalt Red (27U)

* _397 Bermuda Blue (26U)

* _689 White (40U)

* _868 Light Tarnished (Liquid) Silver (67U)

* _913 Stealth Gray (46U)

* 1125 Dark Cherry (77U)

* 2128 Black (41U)

* UNKNOWN 53, Possibly Purple Haze (71U)

07: 4448

* __87 Purple Haze (71U)

* _244 White (40U)

* _248 Imperial (Midnight) Blue (37U)

* _272 Cobalt Red (27U)

* _376 Red Jewel (80U)

* _654 Stealth Gray (46U)

* _680 Light Tarnished (Liquid) Silver (67U)

* _689 Dark Tarnished Silver (Shadow Gray) (42U)

* 1196 Black (41U)

08: 4842

* 149 Imperial (Midnight) Blue (37U)

* 330 Red Jewel (80U)

* 589 Dark Slate (87U)

* 624 Dark Tarnished Silver (Shadow Gray) (42U)

* 726 Black (41U)

* 766 Cobalt Red (27U)

* 815 Light Tarnished (Liquid) Silver (67U)

* 843 White (40U)

Grand Total of 17990.

By Color

* 71U - 87 (Possibly 140)

* 12U - 231

* 63U - 246

* 88U - 270

* 37U - 397

* 26U - 568

* 87U - 589

* 80U - 706

* 42U - 1313

* 27U - 1367

* 46U - 1567

* 77U - 1609

* 40U - 1920

* 67U - 2363

* 41U - 4693

18x8s in the front, 18x7s in the back, Bilstein shocks, PBR brakes, and a bunch of other stuff that sets the GXP apart from the rest.

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It's been flat for a few months, lol. It's bombed, at the moment. Getting it done when I get a job. Deciding between flat with gloss stripes, flat/satin mix, or flat with red pinstriping. The hood isn't painted, just flat cleared carbon fiber.

Thanks for the welcomes. I have Decepticons stuff on my car too. :rofl:

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And if there's any questions. I'm 22, own my own home and 1.7 acres, happily married, and have bought all of my own cars, except for my first, a $250 '87 FC RX-7.

Thanks again everyone.

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thats not rice! thats just nice!!

rice would be with a fart cannon, big aluminum wing, WAYYY more stickers, and shinier wheels.

murdered out is never rice, unless you add all those things. looks great!

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I joke about it being rice 'cause of the spraybomb paint job and the Decepticons stuff. B)

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And if there's any questions. I'm 22, own my own home and 1.7 acres, happily married, and have bought all of my own cars, except for my first, a $250 '87 FC RX-7.

Thanks again everyone.

nice! great job! any kids? I am 25, married, live in my own home, 3 beautiful children, still paying for my own car, and all my cars i have purchased on my own since 18.

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Nope, no kids. My wife has the travel bug, she said maybe 2 years, I say 4, lol. She's 27. (I'll be 23 next month B))

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Nope, no kids. My wife has the travel bug, she said maybe 2 years, I say 4, lol. She's 27. (I'll be 23 next month B))

oh yeah! you and i are in the same boat age wise between wifey and you. my wife is turning 30 this year and im turning 26.

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Thanks again, all. As far as plans, if I can get a decent transmission in it, I'll be turbocharging it. Like this (505 whp)

but with more done, that one just has the kit installed. Porting to intake and exhaust manis and the TB is supposed to net 25 whp N/A and over 40 whp with the turbo.

And I want this cam

AND other little nit-picky things, lol.

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