I like the spoiler. Not the bumper though. Too open.
2006 IBM M6: Svede, Ported Fast 102, AFR 230v2 62cc heads, EdC cam 236-244, Kooks stepped headers, Corsa sport catback, GMM shifter, Monster level 2 clutch, BC coilovers, BMR STB & DSSL, Pedders bushings, HSC motor mounts, poly trans mount insert, 19x9.5" wheels & 275 RE-11s, aeroforce & wideband, Tuned by Andrew at CSP, HID headlights and fogs
Up Next: Anti wheel hop Axles & Stubs
I'm not a Monaro fan boy like most, so this new front is getting too far from the Pontiac look as it is (for my tastes) with all the angles in the openings. A Holden front with a GTO 05/06 hood just looks wrong for example. I might like this one better with the matching mesh in the openings right below the hood, though. The other guys have some good points about rounding off a little more.
I hope it becomes available. It's great to have choices. You can't make everyone happy but those who are happy will buy it.
Yea new angles kill it for me. The angles in the lower grill are going against the lines of the car. Everything I highlighted in red "flows" in the same direction but the lower extension heads in the opposite direction.
That's why I love the HSV front all the line seem to run with the car so much better than the stock front end. And as other stated no license plate extension.
Judging by others reaction this company would make fists full of money if they reproduced either a Monaro or HSV kit.
This bumper is by far the best bumper available for the GTO...
pretty convinced that those side skirts are the best as well...
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
Technically any appearance modification that does nothing else is ricer.
Some wheels, different hoods, the shiny pieces you buy for under-the-hood bling, shiny LEDs, etc.
And before you argue, any justification you might make, a Honda boy could for his Honda, too. Everyone has a little ricer in them, some just have the money to do it right. They add 500 dollar body kits, we add $12,000 kits.
2004 GTO- The Hybrid-530rwhp 466 rwtq-8.66psi
Not Stock mufflers
Not stock Spark Plugs
Not stock Headers
Not stock bushings
Not stock shocks
Not stock tune
Not stock heads
Not stock CAI that produces 9psi
Not stock fuel setup
Not stock Semen injectors
93 octane fuel
fuel pressure gauge
Not stock air filter
not stock Belts
not stock tires
2008 Corvette- The Honda
Stock- firstname.lastname@example.org(this is my car's capability)
But the LS9 doesn't have an intake manifold. It uses a roots style superchar... oh, I see what you did
2004 IBM M6 Cavalier SS
Svede. Pacesetter LT's, Spintech R221's. Pedders/Lovells holding up the rear. NT05R's on her feet. Tuned by Chuck Anders
350/360 on a hot day
1 of 478
LSX Reapers' token '04 Goat
But isn't that what was done with the 05-06 GTO's? Hood scoops that don't work, mufflers moved to the rear bumper, little plastic insert in the rear, clear tails.
Actually the hood scoops do work. They do allow outside air to enter the engine bay. They just don't direct that air to the air filter. The new age GTO's and other Newer American made Muscle cars are following directly after their name sakes of the 50s and early 70s. Just a basic model car stuffed with performance items and a few minor body additions.
BUILT & TUNED BY PRO EDGE TUNING / MONGILLO MOTORS in New Haven, CT.
447 C.I Forged Stroker.
F1 Procharger on mild boost
Holley Modular Midrise Intake Manifold.
Lots of HP & TQ
2005 Yellow Jacket - A/4 trans 18in wheels
the rarest combo 1 of 35 made
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