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Granite

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About Granite

  • Rank
    Learning to Fly
  • Birthday 10/30/1978

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  • Location
    Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Forever Pontiac

  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    2007
  • Car
    G6
  • Trim
    SE
  • Engine
    3500 VVT
  • Style
    Sedan
  • Color
    Granite
  1. Yep I had that in My Sunfire, Sounded Very Nice, Not ricey at all.
  2. Here is a few pics of my old Sunfire that I owned. I had a set of Ikon GT6 17"s.
  3. Seen one This Morning when I was on my Way to work. Cool Cars, I would like to own one.
  4. Humm that would be really fun with one Bolted to my LZ4!!!
  5. Beautiful Car Aaron, Very well done.
  6. Looks Good. Try taking pics around 6-7 in the evening when the sun is not so strong and take the pics of your car with the sun behind you kinda like the flash you have on your camera that should help out alot. Also try to underexpose the settings a bit EV -1 or -2. Also check to see what your Iso setting is at, I usally have mine set at 200, that will sharpen the picture up. The higher the # the Grainer the pic will be. Just a few Tips to help you along the way, Hope this helps.
  7. Lets just say I really hate Snow. We get Dumped on in the Winter.
  8. I used to Drive my old Sunfire in the winter and it was lowered 2". The Money I made at the end of the winter from the City For Snow Plowing the streets was great LOL. But seriously you should be fine in the winter if you are careful and not go any lower than 2" Drop.
  9. Nice Pics Joe, I thought about doing somthing similar at the Dealership I work at, But do some shots out in the front of the Building. I will someday.
  10. Thanks. I'm gonna spend a day and drive around to different areas and take some shots, maybe get my fiencee to take her 6 too.
  11. Then. Now Not Much done to it. Yet To Buy GTP Rims on this Car Maybe?
  12. Congrats on the New Car, and sorry to hear about your Misfortune. As far as the TPM sensors, you will not have to completly remove the tire, just brake down the front of the tire and make sure that you do not move the tire around on the rim or you will have to re-balance it. Also just to be sure you can mark the location of the valve stem on the tire for extra security. Oh Do not drop the sensor inside the tire when you do remove it or install it, it is a bitch to get back out! Good luck with the New Car and looking foward to seeing the Progress!
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