Asked by Jun 14, 2014 at 10:27 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need help, what are somethings I can do to my 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix gt, to make him
breath and sound better? Budget : 500$ thanks

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119,035 -- cold air intake

119,035 type/exhaust-systems/year/2001/make/pontiac/model/grand- prix/submodel/gt -- cat back exhaust. Just a little over $500


Cool ill check them out. Would you happen to know anything about a glass pack?


Yes they are much cheaper but to me the sound is not near as good. On a truck yes I would use them but a fine car sounds better with a deep rumble instead of a loud growl. IMO anyways.

119,035 --- check this out

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Yeah, im really aiming for a more raw muscle type sound, I had a buddy say that if you take off the exuast it sounds good but in Tennessee we have really strict admissions laws.

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119,035 --- now this one sounds great.


Wow that was awesome what does a cold air intake do for the exuast and engine performance? ?

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Estimated power gain for your car with the k&n link I sent you is 13.34 hp @ 5224 rpm


More air in more air out. Air flow is power.

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