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Thread: Gtp vs e36 m3

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    Regal GS Level Member BoostedPontiac's Avatar
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    Apr 2014
    South Haven, MI

    Default Gtp vs e36 m3

    I had just got out of work and was making way to the highway, when a BMW entered the freeway. Didn't think much of it since it was super low and had about a 45* camber. Well, I guess he saw the comp cams decal on my back window and wanted to race. He got up along side me and started to pace my gtp. I looked over to see him gesturing to run. Seeing that there were no cars ahead I gave the thumbs up. We started at 35. He honked twice and jumped but I reeled him in pretty quick and by 100, I was a few cars ahead. We stopped at the next light and asked if I was supercharged because of the loud whine (kind of obvious). Turns out it was a stock m3 with an intake and exhaust.

    Cliff notes: rice m3 gaptized by cammed gtp
    98' GP coupe NIC Pacesetters, E85, FSIC, 2.6, heads, blah
    11.82 @ 118.4 with a 1.8 60ft
    Retired: 99' Regal GS Turbo 11.428 @ 122.61 1.7 60ft.
    Retired: 99 GTP top swap nic setup. 13.37@106

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    GTP Level Member buickman104's Avatar
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    Mar 2008

    Default Re: Gtp vs e36 m3

    Very nice!
    2000 Bronze Metallic GTP
    Power :Gen V, 3.6 pulley, 3 inch down pipe, Power log, FWI,and DHP Power Tuner,
    Handling: Vogtland Springs, GMPP sway bars, STBS, 18" Konig backbone, CTS-V Front brakes and GXP rear brakes

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    Default Re: Gtp vs e36 m3

    Nice kill, if you dump enough money into these cars they can get decently quick.
    Grand Prixs and CamEros suck
    96 mustang GT, CAI, Catback, springs, 93 toon
    98 GP GT, plasti dipped parts, sony cd player


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