Grand Prix GTP vs. Corvette
Grand Prix GTP with light mods takes a C5 Corvette. They waved the wrong flag, so my friend thought that I lost, but it was actually a win.
500 HP 30 MPG Regal
2001 Buick Regal GSE modified the way Detroit should have built it in the first place. This is a one-owner car with every factory option (thus the "E" designation), including rare dark graphite interior. It has not been stripped for racing in any way. Cartuning turbo PT-60 conversion, Intense Gen 2.5 LSD, 3,000 convertor, and high ratio rockers, stock heads, ported manifolds, Corvette throttle body and MAF Built trans by Dynotech 3.29 gears, hardened input shaft 300M alloy, Cross-drilled Caddy disc brakes, B&G Struts and lowering springs, much more. Also thanks to Joyce Buick who gave a lot of expert service.
No sound because of the camera I used, but more to come, now that I am mastering MS Movie Maker and the other stuff.
GTP, cammed, P&P blower and heads and headers
1998 GTP with XP cam, CAI, p&p blower and heads, headers, 3.0 pulley, ZZP fuel rails, 78mm TB, double roller, A/C, balance shaft, EGR, cat, res. delete, ZZP tune, and supporting mods.
1999 GTP with Whipple W140AX - 537 WHP
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Dyno run at Westech Performance - Mira Loma, CA
Current build pictures at http://www.prjperformance.com/gallery2/main.php/v/CustomersCars/JonBob