my interior needs only one more thing to match all this!
2004 PBM LS1 M6
Kooks Headers & Street Screamers - Monster stage 1 with tick performance master
Hinson engine mounts - speed bleeder - ASP UD pulley - 3.91 w/eaton tru trac and Harrop cover - BP shifter
RAMJET otrcai - LSXr/102 Big Mouth - Billet Rails - custom coolant crossover
BC coilovers, 19" TSW Cadwells 45mm on f-245/35 r-285/35 - James Biz catch can
JB blacked out arrows and side badges - Mav man spolier and diffuser - Custom suede interior and trim
Like what I've seen/read all through this thread, but to the point of the square bottom on the wheel, and a couple of people comments on not "feeling it"...
Some of us healthier, southern boys would appreciate the flat shape, making it slightly easier to our meaty thighs get in/out of the car. In all my other, older GM cars, I prefer to tilt the steering up when existing, and lowering it again when I'm cruising. Since this GTO seems to have sourced their tilt mechanism from Chrysler/Jeep (similar), its not worth the hassle to adjust each time I drive.
Well shit, I couldn't have said it any better myself haha
Damn I wasn't getting the emails about replies on this, a little update; I'm about to close on a house (13 days!) and when I do I will actually have a place to work. My wife gets mad when I take over the kitchen in our apartment... Who knew
I've got the stuff I think will work but only time will tell. It would be alot easier if I had a CNC machine and could just carve it out of aluminum like its normally done. Casting it leaves a lot to be desired.
I really enjoy the ingenuity involved in this. The design is pretty nice. If you made a smaller diameter wheel with grips, I know that they would sell pretty well. My leather on mine is beginning to peal, and it looks like I'm keeping the car, so I may replace mine at some point too.
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