Haha. You would think the gas pedal pushing back at him would be the first clue. Maybe it was the ultra high performance summer tires.......heck I didn't even know a '04 could spin the tires.
2006 QSM M6 built last week of production VMR v705 staggered on RE760s swede speed OTRCAI no tune CTS v2 6 piston & 4 piston brakes. Fetus cam 212/217 .585 lift 114 LSA. BC Racing Coilovers.
2014 Cadillac SRX base.
Who has two thumbs and is absolutely THRILLED that this thread doesn't reference him or his car?
<---- This guy.
Winning isn't everything. Watching you lose is.
2005: SAP grilles, M6, Factory 18s - 1 of 114
Mods: 18x8.5 Beyern 5s, DBA Standard Series Slotted and Drilled Rotors/Hawk HP Plus Pads, JHP Gauge Pod, Holden Bluetooth & Door Lock, Afterthoughts Auto stainless steel lettering kit, CAGS delete, Gas-Cap Velcro, BMR Color-Matched Strut Tower Brace
345.72-hp & 351.13-ft/lbs... BONE STOCK!
Originally Posted by GagToe...
Go cry lowjo.
Originally Posted by Napalm...
Sometimes you need to tell a person they suck at the life.
"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 love rocking my Goat in the winter. Its not the greatest car ever but I drive 5 miles to work. Winter tires are a absolute must tho. The GTO really isn't a terrible car to drive in the snow. And theres is plenty of people on here that prob dont have a choice but to drive there GTO in the winter. I worry about everyone else on the road not myself.
I moved to KY from MA...I like being able to drive my car though KY winters with only All Season tires lol Plus saves me money on needing a winter wheel/tire combo. Mine is a 04 with 86K, hardly a show car...like Quicksilver's mentality....bring on the snow.
MA was a MUST to run snow tires like people have said.
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