2008 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP w/ muffler delete
Work done by B3R. WWW.BIG3RACING.NET
magnaflow cat back was 2 much $ and not enough sound for me and changing over to a flowmaster, etc... wasnt going to feed my need for noise. I can live with the highway drone as it reassures me I am not driving an eco/turd
Modded Grand Prix GXP 5.3L LS4
Did a pass around 50ish to hear the Magnaflow Cat-back Exhaust. Then did a 0-120ish. Started out half throttle and slowly worked it to about 3/4. Had to slow down because of a sharp turn. Thanks for watching.
modded 02' Grand Prix GT with Magnaflow mufflers
Magnaflow Mufflers. Wide-Open series model #11225 stainless.
Mods to affect sound: 3"DP with magnaflow cat, 4" CAI, ER Rockers, ZZP HV3. All with 2.25" stock Exhaust and resonator.
07 Grand Prix GXP 154mph Drive
2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP, 5.3L V8 340hp, K&N CAI and Magnaflow Catback Exaust. Speed run of 154mph on private road. 0-60:5.6, 0-100:15.1, 0-130:32.4, 0-140:41.7, 0-150:1:00, 0-154: 1:33
Sound Off: '07 Grand Prix GXP vs. '02 Mustang GT
Cammed/Headers/Open Cutout GXP, Bolt-On/Headers/X-Pipe/Loudmouth 'Stang
I thought for sure that I had my buddy when he pulled in the driveway, but those SLP Loudmouths live up to their name at WOT. I definitely lost on volume, but I think my car sounds nastier.
08 Grand Prix GXP MODS!
Magnaflow Exhaust, Hogan Downpipe /w straight, zzp shift kit, k&n aircharger, Tuned, 180* thermo, Ported TB, HS 1.8 rockers, Comp oil restrictive push rods, Duel springs, Cryogenicly frozen rotors from R1concepts, front and back STB's, Royal purple oil and filter, Stage 2 Patriot Heads, ls6 intake, headers, High power moly oil pump, Custom 224 228 114 lsa cam, Solid poly motor mount
MagnaFlow Exhaust Installation - 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP - etrailer.com
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Today on this 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP we are going to install part number MF16726 from MagnaFlow. The first thing you do is get underneath the vehicle and we will spray down the bolts that are on the Exhaust with some penetrant and that should hopefully loosen them up. When a car is a few years, these fasteners will be rusted pretty well so you may end up breaking them. So be prepared to just replace the fasteners. Now we are going to leave this nut partially on for now because we need to hold it up while we disassemble the rest of the Exhaust. So we will move on down towards the back of the vehicle and we will add a strap to help hold up the Exhaust while we remove the rubber isolators. Ok, we are going to spray down the rubber isolators with some penetrant and go ahead and remove them. It looks like we have them all done on the passenger side. Now we will move over to the driver side and remove those. 1:00