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Old 10-19-2013, 02:15 PM   #1
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Just got an 06 GT!

I'm getting rid of my 99GT and I finally got my 06 GT from my stepdad! Super stoked and can't wait to start dropping money into this bad boy! I'll post up pictures soon after it gets detailed!
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I'm getting rid of my 99GT and I finally got my 06 GT from my stepdad! Super stoked and can't wait to start dropping money into this bad boy! I'll post up pictures soon after it gets detailed!
Congrats hopefully he maintained it well
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Congrats hopefully he maintained it well
Yeah he definitely did. He works on cars from time to time.. It's only got 42k miles! Back up to that 300hp club!
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Yeah he definitely did. He works on cars from time to time.. It's only got 42k miles! Back up to that 300hp club!
Just remember... the NE is lighter so it doesn't need quite as much power to keep up.
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Just remember... the NE is lighter so it doesn't need quite as much power to keep up.
Yea it does
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Yea it does
Ya the 2v is pretty slow lol
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Ya the 2v is pretty slow lol
Not slow just expensive a hci 2v will rape a pushrod 5.0 with hci
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Probably not as excite about suspension as you are power :p
But you get the 3 link, which can be built to handle super well!!
Much better than the 4 link in your 99... Same design since 1978.... Lol
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Yeah I big plans for this car.. Power and appearance
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Yeah I big plans for this car.. Power and appearance
Don't forget suspension! Power is nothing without suspension

Coming from the guy who is putting on a turbo with mostly stock suspension....
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Hey, congrats!!! Best mod I ever did to mine was a cold air intake and tuner when u start putting money into it!!!! Shameless plug..... I've got a used setup for sale if ur interested pm me.....
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First step cai, and a tune
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First step cai, and a tune
He probably already has ideas for what to do, this isn't his first muscle car.
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