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2004 GTP Comp G Burn out/Quick race 2006 Impala SS V8

This is just a short video of me in my 2004 GTP compG and my younger brothers in his new Impala SS. Sorry about the bad camera job and the race was 0-60.


 


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2004 GTP CompG Flowmaster 40s Exhaust
3.6 inch pulley, Cold air intake, 180tstate, colder plugs, 3inch zzp catted down pipe, Flowmaster 40 series mufflers, . Just some pulls to hear the Exhaust and Supercharger whine. Still need to get a new pcm and wires.





Livernois 93 tuned EcoBoost V6 F150 vs Banks 93 tuned Denali 6.0
F150 running Airaid CAI and livernois motorsports 93 tune, Denali running Banks CAI and 93 tune, both trucks are crew cab, other then listed above trucks are stock





Polaris Fusion 900 MBRP
Some short clips of me and my buddy out riding the sleds.





GTP vs 350Z
2004 GTP compG with 3.6 pulley, 3 inch DP, Flowmasters mufflers, zzp pcm, tstat,CAI,Plug/Wires, Very bad bald tires 2006 350z with pop charger intake, plenum spacer and cat delete and nitto tires.





2006 Impala SS Tuned Vs 2011 Mustang V6 Tuned
*** Note this was in a private road***** First race was a 35 roll and second race was a 50 roll. 2006 Impala SS 5.3 Mods . Tuned,Cai, headers and LS6 intake 2011 Mustang V6 3.7 Mods Tuned, Catless, and 4.10 gears





How To Install Replace Remove a Door Panel on a 97-03 Pontiac Grand Prix 1AAuto.com
http://www.1AAuto.com 1A Auto shows you how to remove or replace the interior door panel trim on your vehicle. You need to remove the door panel for a number of different repairs, for example door handles, window regulators, power window motors, door locks and more. This video applies to the Pontiac Grand Prix, years 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, and 03.





GXP Monte SS Impala SS Turbo run
Cartuning Performance turbo kit for 5.3 GXP/Monte/Impala. Peaked @465whp in 15c ambient temps on 91 octane. www.cartuning.ca





2008 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP burnout before tire shop
Keep watching to the end to see sizzling rubber pile. Had the new tires in the trunk, thought I'd finish them off right before I went to the tire shop. Done in 2nd gear, I let off the gas a bit which is why you hear it bog down a bit before I roll it out. I shoulda let it go on longer but I didn't wanna risk blowing the tire haha.





06 Mustang Stampede vs 04 GTP
2006 Mustang Stampede vs 2006 GTP Comp-G. Both V6s bolt on modified.





Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Supercharged, Dyno, Supercharger whine
GTP Dyno #2, 318 whp, pump gas, 18 wheels, Mustange Dyno. XP cam, P&P SC & Heads, SSIC, 78mm TB, Headers, SLP Loudmouth, 2.8 pulley, and many other supporting mods.





What does 1000HP look like?
Don't forget to subscribe to this channel. Like us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Longhorn-Fab-Shop/148556975177038 Check out our website of all Duramax parts: http://www.longhornfabshop.com/ 1000 HP diesel truck on the Dyno and then laying rubber. I'd hate to see the EGTs on this one! I'd like to clear up any confusion, this truck was built by Bean's Diesel and was shown off at an event were also competing at.





GTP vs RX8
2004 grand prix gtp CompG with 3inch down pipe, 180 tstate, 3.6 pulley, colder plugs, cold air intake, zzp PCM, flowmaster 44 mufflers. The RX8 was stock as far as i know.





2009 Chevrolet Impala SS
We bought one of the first 2006 Impala's back in the fall of 2005 (an LS with the 3.5 liter V-6), literally right off the car carrier. Despite being wary of buying the first production year of ANYTHING, we loved that car! We were impressed with the performance of the 3.5 and it was a GREAT car! As you might have guessed, being a "motor head", I enjoy performance just for the sake of performance, I do a LOT of highway driving. I could get consistently between 29 and 31 MPG's with the 2006 (depending on headwind vs tailwind) at "rural Kansas speeds". The only gripe I had actually were the sun visors, after about a year, they stopped staying up, I eventually put some velcro on the headliner. Obviously, a "first year issue"... However, time marches on and "The Rocket" as the kids named our first one, had 71,000 miles on it. Since we finally got a decent refund, we thought we would stop by the Chevy dealer and see what was what. We had honestly set out to get an LTZ with the 3.9 liter, but we made a critical mistake! We took the SS out for a test drive... "Go ahead sir... mash her down once... No I mean REALLY mash it" The rest as they say is history! We LOVE the 5.3 liter V-8... the heated leather, the BOSE, the power seats, the steering wheel audio controls, the On-Star. People ask.. but what about the GAS milleage? I simply respond, "I did NOT buy THIS CAR for gas milleage..." I reach in my pocket and trip the remote start, when the V-8 rumbles to life I continue... "I bought it for THAT!" With the changes at GM... I am glad I got my modern, slick and striking muscle car before WE are force fed "Chevettes" again....





My 2006 Impala SS with Magnaflow Cat Back
This is a short video of my 2006 Impala SS with Magnaflow cat back Exhaust at start-up and idle.





GTP Comp G vs 5.0 Mustang
Mustang 5.0 with Intake/Exhaust/Heads/Gears vs Stock Grand Prix GTP Comp G




Which car is faster? Which Car is Faster?





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