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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 08-31-2011, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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My 07 GT coupe

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07 GT Coupe
MPD RAM-AIR hood/CAI. MAGNAFLOW CAT-BACK exhaust. WAMS tune.
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anddd some more!
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loooks good...love the mpd hood

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sweeeeet!!

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Crab Intakes CAB, MPD Ram Air hood, Custom exhaust,
WAMS High Performance Tune and a whole lot more....

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Very nice.

Had a 07 GTP coupe, traded in for my GTI....

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I like it, a lot.

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post #8 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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Im looking to spend some money on performance.
You guys have any recomendations on what I could do next?

so far: Hood/cold air. wams 91 oct. tune, catback exhaust, drill/slotted rotors, eibach lowering springs w/ KYB struts.

I was thinking about the raceline strut tower brace, but after springs and struts, it handles way better than the power that it makes. any ideas?

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really not much else i know on g6performance a guy is working with a shop on cams and heads for the lz4 engine you and i have but i don't know how far that progress is. but as of right now you have it covered except a 3.6 swap
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Motor Mount Inserts and strut bar will still help with body roll.
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Ohhh yeahhh You'd be surprised at how big a difference the STB makes in cornering and such
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post #13 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-21-2012, 09:34 AM Thread Starter
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Hmm ill consider the STB then. As for the MMI's, are those really necessary? I feel like not much can come from my motor just sitting firmer in the engine bay..

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Pic before lowering springs


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I know I sound like a broken record, But lowering a car just makes it look sooooo niiiiiice!

Honestly for the MMIs I didn't think they would improve the handling, but I guess it could help keep the engine from moving more and help it put the power down better and such.

I would assume though that because the mounts would be stiffer... the would transmit more vibrations through the car, So you may feel the engine and trans working more then with the stock mount inserts.

Because the mounts would be stiffer it would probably help during burnouts too. Minimize wheel hop and keep it more stiffer and leveled out.

I would have done it to my G6 but I cant find inserts to fit the 2.4 and I've come to learn that the mounts in the 2.4 G6 are different from the ones in the 2.4 cobalt. Oh well

I got a torque damper that I plan to install... Thing is I have to modify the mounting plates to make it fit, But once done it should improve the engines ability to keep the power down and limit excess movements. Plus it'll make the engine bay look cooler haha
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