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Thread: It's time to start thinking about a GP

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    I purchased a thoroughly abused 96 STS last summer. Just recently it has completed its $5000 overhaul and I don't really need anything for it right now. Everything works like it should right now. The only issue I have is that speed limiter. I would love to tryout a Tech II or similar device, but am too cheap to shell out the bucks to buy one myself. That is where I would start for a Group Project. The other parts are tires. Maybe a group buy on tires. We would all have to agree on the best tire. I have my preference, but am open to other tire ideas.

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    I'd go in on audio stuff, or maybe transaxle stuff (esp. posi units).

    D.

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    My question is what can we get? Who has connections for what products? If we can 1st come up with a list of what we can actually expect to get (at a good discount) we could then take a poll to choose the item(s.) As interest builds it would also make it easier to set up the 2nd, 3rd, etc. group purchase.
    Just my 2 cents.
    Tim

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    Lightbulb Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    Hey guys,

    I only have one item available and that is for the escalades, but if you can get 5 folks in on a group buy, then I will offer you a great deal.

    Thanks,

    Dave Smig

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    i might have access to pick up headlights or foglights from eagleeyelights.com but i'm not sure how to set up a GP or anything...

    the moderator or anyone can PM me if you guys think this is a good idea.

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    I would ask if there is any interest in a GP for STS-V Spoiler for our non STS-v cars?

    I would jump on it asap.

    Thanks for letting me put in an idea.

    Tony

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    You bumped a thread that's almost 4 years old ?

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    Hi, am new here but here are my thoughts.

    K&N filter for stock intake
    Modified intake with K&N
    Clear static grip headlight overlays (McNeil makes these I think)
    Winter tire/wheel combo (would be hard as is expensive and probably have all diff sizes here)
    Dyno time (have to be done by region)

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    Lockpicks for older model Cadillac SRXs!

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