2005 STi on S.R. 555
2005 WRX STi on Ohio State Route 555 (AKA The Triple Nickel). Part 1 of a
series of videos, I did my best to only leave the "nice" driving parts of
the road. The next few videos should have better footage. Filmed with a
GoPro HD Hero2.
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
Lightly modded GTP dyno
video of my first time on a Dyno in the early spring of 2008
at cozzolino's in southwest indianapolis as part of the indy grand prix
club Dyno day. mods
at the time were:
-ported outlet only blower
-1.9 comp pro-mag roller rockers
-105 lb springs
-zzp catless 3" DP
car ran a best of 13.64 with this setup
Pontiac Grand Prix GTP dyno pull 346 whp
1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP, XP Cam, 105# springs, ported heads w/ 1.89
intake &1.55 Exhaust, SFI overdrive
balancer, 8 rib belt, Gen V SC w/ 2.8 pulley, ZZP stage 2 IC, 1/4 phenolic
spacer, 78mm TB, 9" K&N cone/ HAI, XS performance headers, SLP loudmouth
catback, ZZP oversized radiator, ZZP billet fuel rails, 160 T'stat, PRJ
wires, 63# Siemens injectors, E85, PRJ racetronix fuel pump, fuel pump re
wire, no cat, balance shaft, egr, AC or evap, rebuilt trans w/ 4340 input
shaft, 7/8" chain, 3:29 gears, hardend 4th hub, ZZP alumimum trans pad,
Zpack clutches, and more.
Sick GTP (Project 11's)
Chris Hinson's 1997 Pontiac grand Prix GTP, l26 lower end, XP cam, Ls6
valve springs, Ls1 Throttle body, 85mm MAF, coated SSAC headers, wrapped
crossover, Dynomax Exhaust, 3 inch cutout, race-tronix fuel
pump, HD fuel pump rewire, Alternator voltage Booster, Triple Edge Performance transmission
(3.29 gears) Gen V Supercharger, ported
lower intake, ZZP modular pulley system, 3.3/3.0/2.8/2.6, 4" air intake,
Dowker rebuilt heads (milled .020), 9.73:1 overall compression, DTM
This car made 335 WHP on a ported gen 3 Supercharger, Non-intercooled!! and a 3.0 inch
pulley. This setup produced a 12.7 second 1/4 mile at 110 mph with a 1.9
second 60 foot. and was capable of mid-low 12's with slicks.
It currently has a Gen V blower and will be tuned to run a 2.8" pulley or
We hope to make close to 360 WHP on this motor and 460 on a dry shot of Nitrous.
Grand Prix GTP exhaust, TOG headers and Borla catback
My 1999 GTP with The Other Guy's headers and the Borla complete engine
modlist is The Other Guy's headers, Borla catback, K&N FIPK intake, 1.9
roller rockers, on comp 105# springs/manton racing oil restricted pushrods,
3.4" pulley, autolite 104's, 180* thermo, custom tune on a zzp 1.0 pcm, MSD
8.5 mm wires, AEM wideband air fuel ratio gauge and entirely untuned ;)
Subaru Wrx vs. Grand Prix GTP Dragrace
My 2006 Subaru Wrx versus a friends 2000 Grand Prix GTP at US131
Motorsports Park in Martin, Mi. We wanted to race side by side to both get
our first 12.xx quarter miles, he smashed his with 12.6 but I unfortunately
didn't get mine, had a 13.4. His previous best with a different setup but
same car was 13.1 my best ever is 13.0.
Wrx mods: Cobb Dynotune Stage 2, k&n typhoon
short ram intake, turboXS 4" downpipe,
SRS downpipe-back Exhaust, built
transmission with RA gearset, Sti tmic, GoFast bits hybrid bpv.
GTP mods: ZZP tuned, L32 block, Gen. 5 blower with 3.2" pulley, e85, 60lb
injectors, headers, 3" Exhaust,
intake, NIC cam and it's fully gutted.
Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Supercharger Pulls
Just having a little fun on a gloomy Ohio winter day. Hitting some pulls in
Lewis Center, OH. 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP. Spectre Feder Well. New
Plugs / Wire. ENJOY!!
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.