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Updated on May 05, 2012
zdenek2334's 2005 Pontiac GTO
lSo this is my Impulse Blue 2005 A4 GTO
As of now, these are the only pictures, but there's more to come! As of now it only is tuned with a CAI and Flowmaster cat-back exhaust. I am Blueing out the car soon with tons of decals and paint... Should look good! Also, Future Mods/upgrades coming soon are: headers, interior/exterior work, overhauled transmission, new rotors, possibly new stereo with GPS and blue gauges instead of green all coming soon. Down the line: New heads, cam, intake manifold, bored out cylinders, new pistons, and who knows where money can take you...
But for now, Enjoy!
Replaced the red "GTO" letters with white... this is the start of a pattern on the car that you will see in the near future.
How the emblems come stock on the car
Bought some very good decals from GrafXworks, they are very reliable, shipping took awhile, but overall very good decals. These are the reflective blue inlays with the checkered flags, as well as the pearl white "GTO" overlays.
Then I added the Steering wheel inlays, as well as blue inlays for the front and rear Pontiac logos. It stands out perfect and looks amazing!
Also changed the red "GTO" lettering on the front to match the blue/white theme going on here.... car definitely takes on a different perspective. I really want the SAP front grilles and bumper too, but they are almost impossible to find... any ideas to make the grilles look better? shoot me some ideas!
Some good shots of different angles of what the car looks like as of now.
Added the "GTO" overlay to the spoiler 3rd brake light. Next is replacing every light in the interior with a blue one. Those are coming soon!
Here are some pictures of the Xentec 10000K HID kit I recently put in. I've kinda heard negative things about Xentec... but I tried them anyway. I am pleasantly surprised, and have had no problems! For $40, you really cant go wrong.
VERY simple, straightforward, plug and play HID kit. Once I got it figured out, it really only took me about 20-25 minutes to completely install.
Daytime HID versus stock halogen bulb daytime.
Here are just some pictures of me with my buddy Stefan and his ricer.... We also had a Cobalt SS with us that day too. Just some shots up on top of Marcus Theatre's Parking Garage...
Here are some night shots as to what the HID's look like... a very nice blue glow in the projector assembly.
Also, the lights in the interior have all gone blue. LED Option was my source, and I am very happy with these as well. Very nice light output, not like other colored lights, you can actually SEE at night! But a few more are going in there and then thats done for now.
Transmission is going under the knife next! I'll update when it's all done and everything is good =)
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Nice setup! Must be a lot of fun driving. Check out my SUICIDE cruiser.
I was looking at the same setup with Xentec. What negative comments did you hear about them? By the way...5 stars for sure.
Well to be honest I like them a lot. I would definitely recommend getting the digital ballasts over the traditional ones. They will give you more benefits. I'm getting those soon for my fog lights. anyway, what I DONT like about them is that bad ballasts are a common thing. They are the cheapest you can get. And you honestly get what you pay for. They will flicker on you occasionally. Also, if you're looking for a blue HID setup it wont be as blue as you think... so you may wanna go a little deeper in color. But mine are perfect for me.
yeah i was just tellin him my cousin was askin me to come with this sat, ill more than likely show up but like i was tellin him i havent brought the car out yet for the summer and im doin some paint work on the rims and stuff
Oh I see... yeah I'll be there this saturday (tomorrow). I'll probably get there around 7:45 or so
Very nice, good decision on the color matches.For the SAP grilles I'd recommend going tohttp://www.gtogrilles.com/catalog.html haven't purchased anything from them but plan to as I hear good things
Yeah I know, I've seen their site before. I will go to them if I buy them. I hate how expensive they are. But actually, I'm trying to find the RA6 grilles to go with the bumper I found. If I can get those grilles, my car is going RA6 for sure.
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