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Ok guys/gals lets see those sexy beasts in your garage!

Try to keep the size down please!

 

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Nice lt1 t/a's are so nice.

BTW are z06's wheels as heavy as they say. I was turned away from them after i hear how heavy they were. Heard it would slow you down 1/4 time.
 

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sorry bout the size. ;)
 

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Hey i brought this up on another board. Why dont more people mod new Gp's. They are nice IMO.
 

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1970judge said:
Nice lt1 t/a's are so nice.

BTW are z06's wheels as heavy as they say. I was turned away from them after i hear how heavy they were. Heard it would slow you down 1/4 time.
Those are actually replicas, not genuine Z06 wheels. They are .5 inches wider than the stock WS6 wheels but IIRC they were only 1 lb heavier each.
 

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now when you say new GP's, are you referring to the 04'-newer bodystyle, or just the supercharged GP's in general? The 97'-03' guys are doing quite well, but it's just taking a lil longer for the 04'-newer bodystyle to catch on. I mean, you start off with a better platform, as the 04'-newer GTP's/CompG's got bigger blowers, better rods and pistons, better suspension, etc.. The only downfall to them are the PCM's. Although the newer GP's make 20 more hp and 20 more tq, they are generally a hair slower due to the massive amounts of TQ management GM installed in the PCM's from the factory. But, an aftermarket PCM will cure that right up. There are quite a few 04'-newer GP's in the 12's right now, and 2 in the 11's, with several in the 13's. They make power easily, but people are still trying to figure out the fueling that's been programmed into the factory PCM's. Somehow, no matter what you change in the PCM for fuel delivery, the PCM always seems to re-learn back to stock. It's still something some of the major tuners are trying to figure out.
 

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No i mean NEw ones like 04's.
edit: I ask because i am looking into when i move back home for me last 4 years of college which ill be moving in 3 years.
 

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mainly it's the body style, not many people are that fond of it, especially the 97'-03' owners.
 

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Here's my POS:
 

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