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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-21-2013, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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"Perfessor's" 3.9 G6 GT Convertible

Since my signature is starting to get too long, I figured a thread of my own would be the best way to go as so many of you already found out.

This is what I have so far:

Pontiac 2007 G6 GT Convertible
De-badged & de-resonated (Finally)
Cold Air Intake. (Still need a CAB for it)
JVC KW-NT3HDT Double DIN DVD/CD/Nav/etc… 7” Touch screen
Verde 20” wheels
Red painted Calipers
Dual Halo CCFL Headlights w/ 35W 6000K HID's - High Beam, Low Beam and Fogs.
White/Amber switchback light strips under headlights.
Dark Smoke Tinted Tail lights.
Thrush Glass pack muffler with 2 performance mufflers (for a bit less sound and no echo).

(coming soon)
CAB w/ extension (Opt 2) when I have the $$.

Now some photos.

Nice and clean & ready for some sun!!















Next photo set will be of what I've done with it.

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-21-2013, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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CAI Upgrade

Here's some shots of my upgrade from stock intake to CAI (red)



This also shows off my new wires:















Saving up for Opt 2 from Crabs - CAB and an extension.

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post #3 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-21-2013, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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HID Fogs - 6000K

The results of adding my new fogs. I was also in the process of removing the resonator (finally).



First one is in.



Can already tell the difference





Now to get my other headlight back in.







Need to get a couple evening/night shots to add to this.

Now all that's left is the high beam HID's.
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post #4 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-21-2013, 03:58 PM
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Looking good!

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Mods: BMD Performance Adjustable Front End Links, BMD Performance Stainless Steel Brake Lines, Koni Yellow Sport Dampers, Pedders Lowering Springs, Brembo Upgrade, Racingline STB, Custom Intake, 8000k Lowbeam HIDs, 10000k Foglight HIDs, Badge & Doorsill Overlays, GM G6 Logo Mats, Blacked Out Window Trim, Blacked Out Grills, Pioneer Headunit, 2 10" Kenwood Subs
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Ooooh that's NICE!!! Black cars look great when they're shiny'd up...nice theme goin on w/ your wheels and headlights too.
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post #6 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-28-2013, 11:47 AM
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Hi, can you tell me which headlights you bought and where you got them? They look awesome! I'm assuming the high beams are halogen; are they color matched to the low beam HID's so they look bright white also?

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post #7 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-29-2013, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
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Crosby1 -
They are dual halo CCFL headlights that I got from a company called 'Sabersport" online some time ago. You can also google them for other companies. I currently have HID's 6000K for both the low's and fogs, but the high's are still stock and look 'yellow/white' in comparison. But not for much longer, lol.

The LED strips on the bottom of the lights are "switchback" (or switchers) that I got from iJDMToy.com. They are both white (DRL's) and amber (turn signal). I picked them as the G6's front turn signal does not shine out the side very much. If you are thinking of getting these, ensure that they are the 'Audi style side glow' strips. They are 20 inches in length.
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I love your car, I wish I could get mine to look like that!!
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Zacarnold - Just takes time, patience, and most of all, Money! That's why it takes me so long in between mods, LOL.
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Perfessor:

How the heck do you adjust the halo headlights once they're installed? The adjustment screws are on the bottom of the housing, making it virtually impossible to get to them.

Any help, please?

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I'm not sure what brand/model of lights you have, but my light adjustment is on top. I did have to drill a small hole for the adjustment screw to fit through though. Just had to add a bit of paint afterwards to prevent rust. After that, adjustment was easy. Truth to tell, I've never heard of the adjustment being on the bottom before.

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Thanks. Mine are the Spyder/Sonar halos. And yeah, the adjustment screws are unfortunately on the bottom. Not sure how I'm gonna manage this one
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Got any pics of them? And maybe of the area behind where they fit?

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Nice ride! How did you add the led strip to the lights? Been thinking of changing mine out.
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Nice ride! How did you add the led strip to the lights? Been thinking of changing mine out.
Those are white/amber switcher LED strips that I stuck to the bottom of the headlight. The regular turn signal doesn't shine of the side that much and I wanted something more visible.
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