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2000 Holden Commodore (GTO Clone), front end view CLICK->
2000 Holden Commodore (GTO Clone), rear end view. These have the exhaust coming out one side too - just like the Pontiac 2004 version of the GTO. CLICK->
2000 Holden Commodore (GTO Clone), right rear view. In this shot David put a big P sticker on his trunk lid. CLICK->
Pulse Red 2004 GTO owned by Aaron Anderson from Muncie, Indiana. Aaron added a hood with scoops to his car. CLICK->
Pulse Red 2004 GTO, left side view. CLICK->
Close-up of the aftermarket hood that Aaron added to his Pulse Red 2004 GTO. CLICK->
This Pulse Red 2004 GTO is owned by David Chontofalsky from Nashville, Tennessee. David seletect the 6-speed manual transmission. He has added a 2005 factory hood, AutoCross grilles,
HSV427 black tail lights, and Commodore SS mudflaps.
Pulse Red 2004 GTO, left rear view. CLICK->
Close-up of the blackened HSV427 tail lights on David's Pulse Red 2004 GTO. CLICK->
David also added mud flaps to his Pulse Red 2004 GTO. CLICK->
Check this out. David found a Pontiac emblem and placed it on his rocker panel. CLICK->
Under the hood is a K&N Intake kit. CLICK->
John Grech from Australia sends in his version of the 2004 lowered and made into a UTE. UTE stands for Utility (from "utility vehicle"). It means a light truck with an open body and low sides in Australia and New Zealand. This is similar to the old US born Rancheros and El Caminos. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by James Gaston from Pinhurst, North Carolina. James tells us about his customized goat, "I have installed a hood, light flywheel, and lowering kit was from SLP. The second cats have been removed and the rest of the exhaust system has been replaced with 2 1/2 inch pipe connected to 40 series Flowmasters with Escalade exhaust tips for the final touch. If you notice in the pictures, it is true dual exhaust and has been fabricated to appear as if it were stock. I added hood pins because the car has no problems reaching the 190 mph mark. The gears have been replaced with 3.91 ratio and is awaiting the performance dyno tune." The stock rear is 3.46. A 3.91 rear will give the GTO higher torque to the ground at lower speeds, but what does it do to James' top speed? Click Here to load James' driveline specs into our Top Speed Calculator. Compare to the top speed of 157mph in 5th and 232mph in 6th for the stock driveline. This assumes that the max rpm didn't change and doesn't take into account wind resistance. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left rear view. Look real hard at the photo and you will see the "GTO" and "5.7" badges on the trunk lid have been painted red. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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