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WoodburyMan

WoodburyMan's 2005 GTO

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Surprised I haven't made a Progression Thread over here yet........................

Anyway.

2005 Pontiac GTO

6.0L LS2

T-56 6 Speed Manual

17" Rims

Cyclone Grey Metallic

Bought it May 2009 with 37,500mi. Currently as of August 2010 57,000mi. Daily driver for now, once it's paid off Summer of 2011 I'm getting a daily and keeping the GTO safe and sound.

Appearance Mods:

Vinyl GTO Rear Bumper Inlay

(Peeled off) Silver Vinyl Dart Overlays

GM Monaro Mudguards

Go Mods:

K&N Intake

Corsa Sport Catback

Tuning via Diablosport Trinity, with custom tune by Diablew Tune.

Pictures:

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Video:

Revs

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNjpNAZDGfY

Dyno

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVB-alZgid0

386whp, 364ft-lb torque at wheels August 15th 2010 on a Mustang Dyno, 75F out.

Plans are to get headers before winter comes.....

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It's funny but no matter how dirty your car is in that winter shot, it's still my favorite of all your pics!

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Surprised I haven't made a Progression Thread over here yet........................

thats what i thought for my progression at G6P. :rofl: and nice GTO! :lol2: anything else after the headers?

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Not sure. I want to make 400whp on a Dynopack dyno (not a Mustang). Prob a cam and heads and stuff. Once I do that, Blower or something.

For Headers I'm getting Kooks 1 7/8".

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Kooks FTW That's what I have :lol2:

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Delishus.

Be awesome and go for a Vauxhall Monaro conversion.

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I really like the Vauxhaul rear bumper..........

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Even the VXR from the front is seeeeexxxxxxxx:

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Erik... man your car is really nice. i wish i had something that nice.

What did you end up paying again?

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I overpaid, $19k last May. Could have gotten $17-18k but one owner from a dealership and GM certified, couldn't get them to come down understandibly.

I got hosed on my G6. They tried to give me $7,000 (55,000mi, 2006 GTP traded in 2009). KBB said like $8,000-$8,500 trade in price. I got $7,700 for it. Saw the next week it was for sale $11,900. It was gone the week after. They made $4,000+ on it. Granted, it needed new tires though.

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I paid $15,200 for mine :lol2:

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just a little FYI, im english and have relatives in england so if anyone wants to do Monaro conversion, i could get parts cheaper than you could...

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just a little FYI, im english and have relatives in england so if anyone wants to do Monaro conversion, i could get parts cheaper than you could...

Seriously?

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just a little FYI, im english and have relatives in england so if anyone wants to do Monaro conversion, i could get parts cheaper than you could...

Well thing is even the Vauxhaul Monaro parts are all made in Austrailia. All were based off the Holden Monaro.

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Well thing is even the Vauxhaul Monaro parts are all made in Austrailia. All were based off the Holden Monaro.

but they are sold in england still cheaply. and the amount that you would pay would be drastically more than i could get my relatives to send/bring them over for.

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Do it, Erik.

DOO EET DOO EET DOO EET

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:lol2:

An amazing Goat!

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Looks... and sounds... very nice! :lol2:

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looks great Woody! :lol2:

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Thanks Joe!

I've been missing your calls. Last night I was at my buddies setting fireworks off and lighting myself partially on fire briefly. Saturday I was having dinner with my parents, and Friday I was up on the pike watching people get pulled over for doing stupid shit lol.

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do you have that dyno print out in a better quality image?

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The printer was busted. The guy that owns the shop said he'd email it to me. I messaged him on ls1gto... that was Sunday night. Nothing yet =/.

All i got is this photo..

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Why does that torque line look so choppy?

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was their a problem with the dyno that the torque line moves around so much?

nice numbers though

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lol it looks like the stock market...

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