Yeah it sucks. I just stored mine away in the garage not too long ago. Damn winter!
It would be one thing if I had an actual, functional garage. My garage barely fits the goat and that is it. If I had a larger 2 car that was heated, I wouldnt mind as much. Atleast that way I could go tinker with the car during the winter months if I wanted to.
2004 Pontiac GTO LS1 A4
| AI 226 243's | EDC 228/232 | FTI 3200 | Fast 102/92 | Kooks LT's | Spintech | SVEDE | Lovells/Whiteline/BMR |
| VMR VB3's | Bohnman | Maverick Man | B3R Tuned 414/365|
No, I was out of town that weekend and missed it....heard it was a fun day by all..Glad Rich is doing better after his fall and Erik is Erik LOL. They did some work on my car while back and trying to get more done but too late 4 now. Beginning new year I hope when weather breaks.
Always sad to see that first snow in Ohio and know the GTO will be going away for a few months, but over the winter I forget what its like driving the GTO so its like getting a new car all over again every spring!
"It's a well know fact that after you hit 400 HP you have to go with split dual exhaust like the LS2 GTOs. The '04s could get away
with single side because they were only 350 HP. With 400 HP and beyond the car wants to turn right at WOT from the thrust."
I can't wait to see how the SHO does in the snow, should be fun.
My Buddy in crime at work..."He heads up Sales" Has had a SHO for the last three years. It handled better in the snow then the four wheel drive Nissan Murano he had before that. He liked it so much that he turned it in for a new SHO this year. He puts a good 50,000 miles a year an one.
06 Torrid Red/Black interior, M6,
18" rims Nitto 245/40zr/18 555's
Pedder struts,sway bar bushings, drag springs
SLP long tubes, with loudmouth II
224/228 57x/58x 113 Comp cam
Fast102 intake Ported/Polished
Stock Heads Ported/Polished, Comp.valve work.
Twin disc McLeod clutch
B&M track shifter
Baker EngineringTune (TJ)
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