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'05 Grand Am SC/T

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I have about a thousand pictures of this thing.. but I'll spare you all for now. :)

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Thanks. Well.. K&N filter now, front and rear STB's on the way, and Flowmaster 80 cat back as soon as I have the cash.

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nice car... unmolested

the SC/T is a rare car.

Good look!

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Showed up today.

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Cool! Looks good!

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Nice SC/T!

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howdy neighbor, ive not saw that one around

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Thanks everyone.

howdy neighbor, ive not saw that one around

Have you seen the other ones? :D Didn't you say you lived off Union Deposit? Surprised you haven't seen me around, I take Union Deposit Road to and from HACC every day.

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Got the STB's on. Gotta say, made more of a difference than I expected. Doesn't feel like the rear end wants to go flying as much as it used to, and overall is feels more stable in higher-speed corners.

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Got the STB's on. Gotta say, made more of a difference than I expected. Doesn't feel like the rear end wants to go flying as much as it used to, and overall is feels more stable in higher-speed corners.

How hard was it installing the rear STB?

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' date='Oct 28 2010, 01:17 AM' post='39612']

How hard was it installing the rear STB?

Well, it wasn't easy. No matter how I adjusted it, I just couldn't seem to get it to fit right. It was like the holes were drilled wrong or something. But after about 30 minutes straight of screwing with it I got it on.

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Well, it wasn't easy. No matter how I adjusted it, I just couldn't seem to get it to fit right. It was like the holes were drilled wrong or something. But after about 30 minutes straight of screwing with it I got it on.

Hmmm...I've heard about these being a pain in the ass getting on. But they seem worth it.

Now, if sway bars were just as easy to find. :willy_nilly:

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' date='Oct 28 2010, 01:28 AM' post='39616']

Hmmm...I've heard about these being a pain in the ass getting on. But they seem worth it.

Now, if sway bars were just as easy to find. :willy_nilly:

For the price, and ease of install compared to most other things, definitely worth it imo.

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For the price, and ease of install compared to most other things, definitely worth it imo.

I'm probably going to toss one in this winter. I already have a front STB.

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yup im in union deposit area

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Nice, I cant wait until I can get my sct hood and wing

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Pics of strut installed?

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