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Updated on May 03, 2012
Finally Got some new pics. of my car.
This is my 1998 Pontiac Trans Am. It has only 65k miles. Not bad for car that's almosy 10 yrs old. It was stock up until a month ago when I decided I finally wanted to make it a little more fun. It cam with a 3.23 posi package instead of the traction control so that made it a little better that the others they had on the lot when it was new. Fisrt thing I did was get new wheels. My factory chrome wheels were peeling and 16's are too small anyway. I could never get any traction.These are the stock with rim pics.
First thing I got was some American Racing Killer Wheels
Just replaced the Kumho ASX's since they no longer provided enought traction.
F-18x8.5 w/ BFG KDW NT 245/40R18
R-18x10 w/ BFG KDW NT 275/35R18
This was after clay bar, wet sand and buff. The car was shipped here on a transport and it got black marks and rail dust all over it.
Took me a while but it I finally got what I wanted for my car since Texas is one of those 2 plate states. Think they just want to ruin a good looking front end.
Page 1 What The Car 1st Looked Like w/ Just a Few Mods
Page 2 Motor, Suspension, and Brake Mods
Page 3 Exterior Mods
Page 4 Interior Mods
Page 5 Bumper painting instructions & Pic of hood modification for Volant.
Page 6 New Suspension & Tires
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Painted the LS6 intake and added a Texas Speed MS3 cam with all supporting mods will post new pics soon.
nice ta love the white goes great with your choice of rims 5 stars man keep up the good work
Added new pics. on page 6 with the new tires, exhaust tips, and suspension.
ill just put the springs in and thats it., thanks alot
kk sounds good wat would the panhard rod do 4 me?? the only reason i was guna ge it was cause i was told i needed it to lower my car or i would have problems .,., so i can just throw the springs in and be low ridin thats it?
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