Faster

Asked by Apr 19, 2016 at 10:14 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1

Question type: Car Customization

Can someone help me I have a 2004 Grand Prix gt I want
it to be faster but don't know the first step and I'm trying
to keep it cheap but if it coast then I'll just have to do
what I have to do but anybody ?

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86,545

Speed costs money, you need talk with your local speed shop about how much you have and what you would like to achieve with your vehicle, Computer chip might be your first pick as it could be the cheapest to start.

3,695

Agree. There's no free speed. If you don't have money for proper upgrades think about selling it and buying a GTP. You get horsepower right out of the box and don't have to modify anything unless you can afford to. Check out ZZ Performance for parts and upgrades that are compatible with your car.

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