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Hello, my name is Justin and I drive a 2000 Grand Prix GTP Daytona. It's running a 3.4" pulley setup, but me being stupid and still running on the stock tune I chipped a piston and have been piling up a parts pile to rebuild the motor. I also have GMPP swaybars on it, will eventually get lowered, and new headlights and tails.


Started with this:

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And here is where it is now for the most part:

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Nice GTP you got there!

I guess this site can't support fquick images, I've never had a problem with it.

Its not the website its the format, BBcode only. No HTML ;)

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Currently collecting parts to rebuild the motor, won't be for like another month probably when I will have everything done. After that I'll get new tails and headlights, then get some AGX's and Eibach's with some other suspension parts. So it's going to be a while lol

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Werd. Tires can only do so much. My General Exclaim UHP's stick to the road like glue, but the body roll limits it's real abilities. Eibachs and sway bars are in my GA's future soon.

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