2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo GTP - Race Day 3
13/18/19 psi runs
Best run of 10.871 @ 131.54mph
If you notice, car is much more stable going down the track then our outing
Power steering pump and rack back in the car.
Coil overs on the front to lower it.
ZZP Control arms.
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo GTP Drag Race Day
10/4/2013 - Edgewater
Best run of 10.41 @ 132.64
New Best 60 foot of 1.569 on that run also.
10psi in the slicks this time.
Forgot to take headlight out until last run. :(
Rained before we got there and was pretty humid.
Still hitting a wall on getting power to the ground down the track.
New trans setup in the works it look for next year.
Build thread @ http://www.clubgp.com/newforum/tm.asp?m=5817145
How To Replace Power Window Motor 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Front Passenger Door
How To Replace Power Window Motor 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Front Passenger
Door. Here is an instruction video how to replace a power window motor
WITHOUT having to remove the whole power window regulator assembly unit
from the door.
#T-30 Star Bit (something with a medium or long length handle)
10mm Socket and ratchet wrench (preferably as small 1/4" drive wrench or a
Flat head screw driver (with a fairly wide blade)
Door trim removal tool or Putty Knife
Tape (Duct tape, masking tape, etc)
Cloth or rag
This technique may possibly also apply to removing the power window motor
from the driver side door as well. Although I did not remove the driver
side door panel to verify if the access holes line up the same. But if the
access holes and the motor mounts line up the same way on the driver side
door, all you need to do is just mirror this same procedure on the driver
Not confirmed either, but this technique may be able to be used on the
following models, because the power window motor unit may be the same. But
again, I have not confirmed it, and the actual mounting of the motor and
trim location may vary from model to model.
Grand Prix GTP Torsen Diff (GM Racing), Dunlop Wintersport 3D tires
Chicago snow storm of 2/2/2011
1997 Black GTP 88k (4dr), 3.5 Pulley, Wbody Downpipe, NGK TR55ix Spark
Plugs, GMP Handling kit, KYB AGX Struts, AT Italia Inox 245x45x18 Goodyear
Eagle F1 GS-2 (summer), Dunlop Wintersport 3D on 16 oem wheels (winter),
GMPP Springs, Vette C5 Calipers (Front and Rear), Fully Built Trans/Torsen
How to replace a crankshaft sensor on a grand prix gtp
This video is dedicated for the GTP owners that need to do the same
crankshaft replacement procedure as I am demonstrating. I hope this video
helps anyone out there that needs to tackle such a job and the video also
shows that it can all be done with simple tools which in turn will save you
time and money.
TD Ben's Twin Engine Grand Prix GTP built by Turbo Dynamics
Currently only running 60% power to test the platform.
Rear engine is stock GTP 3.8 engine, converted with a TD turbo kit. Running low Boost making 450HP for testing.
Front engine is Supercharged stock 3.8 with a bolt on parts to make 350 HP.
Results is spinning all four sticky tires.
Test is done on a dust covered road on cold tires. Amazing that it is that
quick in such conditions. That's the beauty of AWD !
0-60mph in 2.6 seconds GPS
60 foot E.T. 1.53 seconds
According to data this will be a low 10 second car in these conditions. And
remember it's only running 60% power.
At the track it will hook much harder and 60 foot time will be much lower !
Grand Prix GXP Review
Review of my 2005 Grand Prix GXP with the LS4 5.3 Liter V8. Fully Reviewed,
the best I could.
My 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix (The Day After Purchase)
Here is the video taken on March 31, 2011 of my 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix. In
this video, we take a look at the first tour of the Grand Prix.
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