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    Default 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix - Supercharged

    Pictures are here (I will put them in the thread soon) - https://centralmich.craigslist.org/c...022648585.html
    Motown price $2700

    This is a 2007 Grand Prix GT, it is fully loaded and has the supercharged 3.8L series 3. It has just under 170,000 miles, rust is just starting on the fenders (shown in pictures). This car is slightly modded and tuned.
    Mods are
    - Air filter
    - ZZP Catless downpipe
    - heat wrapped cross pipe
    - NGK TR55 plugs
    - Drilled/Slotted rotors, ceramic pads on the front only

    The car does have traction control disabled, abs disabled, and torque management disabled. There were no changes made to the shift points at WOT. It has ran a best of 14.3 @ 96mph, with a 2.1 60ft. I also have the transmission set to be locked in 2nd after 20mph (if you let it shift), so it doesn't grenade during the 2-1 downshift under boost.

    What it needs
    - Front tires, it has a lot of tire noise right now.
    - Rear Brakes, eventually
    - Turn signal switch, the high beam lights stick
    - Downpipe to catback gasket, it is a bit loud with the exhaust leak but I liked it.
    - Valve cover gasket (front).













    This was my daily driver since 2015, the only reason I'm selling is because I bought another car that I enjoy more.Cell 989-854-3429 Texts are fine - No calls past 8pm unless mentioned in a text please.
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    - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcEhhf_n-f4
    - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3WduFuEMXY
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    Updated - Price drop.
    Need this gone before the snow really drops.

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