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OH 555 Triple Nickel - Pontiac G8 GT (part 2)

Another short clip of OH 555 just north of the 78 junction with me leading, heading north. Very fun road, posted speed limit is 55 and is usually plenty through the twisties. Watch out for animals, kids, dirbikes/ATVs, amish buggies, and local traffic (we saw all of the above on some parts). Taken with a kodak Zi8 (EIS off, vol @ 50%) + wide angle lense mounted to the sunroof (panavise 809 with extension makes it a bit more jittery) + external sony condenser mic placed near the boot.


 


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OH 555 Triple Nickel - Pontiac G8 GT
Map of route: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en&gl=us&ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=11474 6489353478154324.0004840afcec41e40c70d A portion of our recent run through the nickel. This section is pretty clear of driveway and cross streets and you can find it just south of the 78/555 junction (see end of clip). Very fun road, posted speed limit is 55 and is usually plenty through the twisties. Watch out for animals, kids, dirbikes/ATVs, amish buggies, and local traffic (we saw all of the above on some parts). Playing chase with my friend's 2008.5 VW GTI. Taken with a kodak Zi8 (EIS off, vol @ 50%) + wide angle lense mounted to the sunroof (panavise 809 with extension makes it a bit more jittery) + external sony condenser mic placed near the boot.





208 Pontiac G8 GT carbuzzard.com RoadSkill Report
carbuzzard.com reviews the 2008 Pontiac G8 GT.





Pontiac G8 GT drag racing in car
My Pontiac G8 GT at Cordova Dragway. Runs were made during National G8 meet September 2011. Mods are Volant intake, Vector Motorsports stage 1.5 cam and tune, Kooks headers w/catted midpipe system to stock axleback mufflers. Last run was personal best 12.95 at 109.8 mph on the last run. This was with street tires 285-35-19 Nitto Invo, so not great traction, best 60ft is over 2 seconds. Drag tires should help with that, hopefully. www.G8GONE.com





2009 PONTIAC G8 GT SLOTTED ROTORS - ACCELERATION/BRAKE TEST!
http://www.triplexmotorsports.com Timelapse of the DBA drilled and slotted rotors and Hawk performance pads installation. At a relaxed pace, it took about an hour, including application of the non-friction heat resistant compound. Afterwards, took the car out just to see how it would do from 0-60-0 MPH. Car wouldn't hook up on the first two launches, then hooked well and stopped great on the 3rd attempt. Total cost for rotors and pads was about $1000. Mods include American Racing long tube headers, Magnaflow Exhaust, Rotofab CAI, Powerbond underdrive pulley, DBA drilled and slotted rotors and Hawk performance pads, throttle body port & polish and East Texas Muscle Cars custom Dyno tune - 371RWHP and 387RWTQ. Check out East Texas Muscle Cars at http://www.easttexasmusclecars.com Be sure to check us out on Facebook at Triple-X Motorsports & Outdoors for all the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/TripleX.Motorsports





Pontiac G8 GT LOUD sounds!
Here is a ridiculously loud Pontiac G8 that I was fortunate enough to ride in on the way to today's (July 1, 2012) Caffeine and Octane car show. This car features too many upgrades to list: Ported/polished heads, aftermarket camshaft, Exhaust cutouts, and much more! I mounted my Cybershot DSC-H70 to the bumper and the results were impressive! My apologies for the camera's wrist strap flying around in front of the lens... Enjoy and stay tuned for more of this G8, in addition to plenty of footage from C&O! For more footage of this insane Pontiac, check out these videos of mine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnV0kj7BLrQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89IrmQf0T2I Razzi: http://razzi.me/kevinmosleyi Blog: http://www.kevinmosleyi.blogspot.com





g8 and gto race
gto and g8 havin a bit of fun g8 forgot to shift up





G8 Designs Aftermarket Stereo Installation Kit for the Pontiac G8 - Demo Video
HOW DO I ORDER THIS KIT? READ THIS FIRST: The following FAQ answers the most frequently asked questions about the G8 Designs aftermarket stereo setup. This is the best place to start, if you are shopping for a way to replace the stock G8 or Holden stereo... Our FACEBOOK page is the main source of the latest information on our products. You DO NOT need a Facebook account to visit the page, but we do recommend one so you can interact with us, get the latest news and posts on our products, and get our many informative articles, tech tips, and get your questions answered. www.facebook.com/g8designs WHAT WE ARE SELLING: G8 Designs sells the double-din installation kit that allows you to eliminate the very outdated (and problematic) factory (OEM) Blaupunkt stereo in your Pontiac G8 or Holden-based vehicle. Because the AC controls are integrated into the factory stereo, you must have a device to control the AC after the factory stereo is removed. That's why our kit is designed around the Folcik touchscreen AC controller. To make the installation easy, we provide you with detailed, full color visual instructions that show you step by step how to do the install, and illustrate the wiring and connections with full color photos and graphics. DO I GET A STEREO WITH THIS TOO? NOTE: We do NOT sell the stereos, accessories, or other peripherals. There are literally HUNDREDS of stereos and compatible accessories on the market, with prices ranging from $200 to $1500, so you will want to pick the stereo and accessories that fit your needs and budget. We ONLY sell the install kit and the Folcik AC controller, and you add your own stereo and peripheral accessories. We are also adding other G8-oriented products to our lineup, so be sure you LIKE this page, and stay tuned to this page for the latest updates and info. WHAT COMES WITH THE INSTALL KIT? Our kit comes with our custom aluminum laser-cut mounting bracket, our custom plastic fascia, the Folcik touchscreen AC controller, the mounting system for the AC controller, and all of the hardware, wiring harness (labeled for easy connections), and peripheral connectors you will need. HOW HARD IS THIS TO INSTALL? You also get our incredible instruction set in PDF format, which make the kit EASY to install, thanks to lots of full color photos and graphics that take you step by step through the entire install, and which give you lots of technical tips that you'd have to spend hours figuring out otherwise. We've done all the "figuring out" for you. You can easily do this installation in an afternoon with simple hand tools (Phillips screwdriver, cutters, and wire stripper/crimper). WILL THIS RUIN MY CAR'S WIRING? No, our kit is plug and play. You don't have to butcher your original equipment wiring to do the installation. You can easily put your old system back in if you ever decide to sell your car, or to maintain the originality of the car. I HAVE THE BASE MODEL WITH BASIC STEREO. No worries, our AC controller is menu-selectable to work with the basic non-climate controlled AC system as well as the dual climate control version. You can also select Pontiac, Holden, or car silhouette logos for startup, and Fahrenheit or Celsius temp readings with a menu selection. HOW MUCH DOES THIS COST? That's the question we get the most. Read on, and we'll lay it all out for you: All prices in US dollars. Our complete kit with Folcik AC controller is $650 delivered anywhere in the US. Then, simply choose the head unit of your choice, any accessories or peripherals you want to go with it (such as XM tuner, steering wheel control module, parking brake bypass relay, smartphone adapter, GPS module, etc.) and you can "update your G8" with the latest double-din technology and improved sound quality! WHAT ABOUT STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS? We've found that these cars work best with the Axxess ASWC-1 steering wheel control module, available from many US Ebay sellers for under $50. We have a section in our instructions that illustrates the easy setup of this module. See the Axxess website for further details at www.axxessinterfaces.com. HOW MUCH TO SHIP TO AUSTRALIA (or other countries overseas): We ship many of our kits to our Aussie mates down under, and kits to Canada, the Middle East, and the UK! Overseas customers should contact our email address, G8DESIGNSFL@gmail.com, let us know where you are, and we'll get right back to you with full details. Yes, this kit works with ALL Holden-based vehicles all over the world. HOW DO I PLACE AN ORDER? Email us identifying your geographic location at G8DESIGNSFL@gmail.com. Stay tuned to your email for a fairly quick response, and we'll get your order started. HOW DO I PAY? We will send you a payment request through PayPal, which is an email with a link to click, then pay securely through their site with any payment method you like. No PayPal account is required. Don't be "stuck with stock"! Let G8 Designs help you update your G8 or Holden!





SUPERCHARGED PONTIAC G8 vs. GT500 vs. MUSTANG
http://www.triplexmotorsports.com A couple of G8's showed up to the East Texas Muscle Cars' Sunday Funday at Thunder Road Raceway Park in Gilliam, Louisiana. Blue G8 - Magnacharger 1900, straight Exhaust with x-pipe and solo performance j bend Exhaust, Roto Fab intake, tuned by East Texas Muscle Cars. Be sure to check us out on Facebook at Triple-X Motorsports & Outdoors for all the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/TripleX.Motorsports





G8 GT Striaght pipes take off
Morris has a angry G8 GT with a loud Exhaust lol





Pontiacs for 1964
John DeLorean replaced Pete Estes as general manager, and he continued the same emphasis on performance that Bunkie Knudsen and Estes had begun. The big news for 1964 For 1964, the Tempest and LeMans' transaxle design was dropped and the cars were redesigned under GM's new A body platform; frame cars with a conventional front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. The most important of these is the GTO, short for "Gran Turismo Omologato," the Italian for "Grand Touring, Homologated" used by Ferrari as a badge to announce a car's official qualification for racing. In spite of a GM unwritten edict against engines larger than 330 ci in intermediate cars, DeLorean (with support from Jim Wangers from Pontiac's ad agency), came up with the idea to offer the GTO as a dealer option package that included a 389 ci engine rated at 325 or 348 horsepower (260 kW). Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontiac S013





SUPERCHARGED LINGENFELTER G8 GT vs. KENNE BELL COBRA TERMINATOR!
TUNED BY EAST TEXAS MUSCLE CARS! http://www.easttexasmusclecars.com 2008 Pontiac G8 GT - Lingenfelter supercharged: 418 stroker from Texas Speed, along with LS3 CNC 72cc heads, Lingenfelter gt9 cam, Magnacharger TVS2300, Roto Fab CAI, full length Exhaust, long tube headers/Corsa mufflers, 3200 stall converter, tune, and aftermarket fuel delivery system. Car produced 636RWHP and 564RWTQ on 12lbs of Boost. 2003 Ford Cobra Terminator: 305ci stroker, 2.8 Kenne Bell, Bassani full Exhaust, 80lb injectors, 3.73's - 630RWHP @ 20lbs. Be sure to check us out on Facebook at Triple-X Motorsports & Outdoors for all the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/TripleX.Motorsports





Procharged Heads and Cam Pontiac G8 GT 1/4 Racing at GMP 10.97 @ 127.7 1.729 60'
http://www.facebook.com/FapTuning Lazy 60 foot, for some reason the car was 67% throttle until 7mph. Car was 60 footing in the 1.61's last year. Banged the limiter on the 3-4 shift and pulled the throttle back and 25* of timing when that happened. Hope to make it back out soon and get a clean pass. 1st gear saw a peak of 9.72psi 2nd was 10.15 3rd was 10.88 on the limiter





Pontiac G8 GT - Driving the G8 V8
See the G8 GT V8 on the road, accelerating and braking hard.





Fun In The Snow With The 2008 Pontiac G8 GT
The G8 is fun in the snow! This clip is from the big snow storm in Cleveland on January 10, 2009.





Pontiac, Wide Open World of Youth 1966
1966 Dealer Announcement film, full line up of Pontiacs including the GTO, LeMans, Grand Prix and Bonneville.





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