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» January-February 2015 COTM Hustletreesgt's 2006 GT
Jan 10, 2015 - 10:39 PM - by McClipseGT

Mod list

Projector eyelids
Gloss black Vinyl wrapped lower hatch
Carbon fiber wrapped roof and rear window lip
Satin black wrapped factory spoiler
White sickspeed horns
5% tint all around
09 front bumper
aero sideskirts
09 front air dam
Itz demon rear bumper
Se style wing
Neo chrome rear bumper quick release
car wrapped in matte indigo

Neo chrome Nrg e-brake handle w/ custom boot
Black Bubble knob with custom boot
Sony XAV-602BT DVD Receiver W/Mito harness
Glowshift 7 color series tinted oil pressure gauge/ volt gauge/ clock gauge
Center dome gauge pod
Nrg quick release short hub adaptor
Nrg black body / neo chrome ring 2.8 quick release
Grip Royal Royal Knight steering wheel

GT tower bar
Eibach front and rear sway bar w/ energy suspension bushings
Lowered on D2 coilovers

Ebc red stuff brake pads
stoptech drilled and slotted rotors
Gold painted calipers w/ white eclipse lettering

Engine/ Drivetrain:
Injen polished cold air intake
Outlaw engineering intake manifold and throttle body spacers
Stiffy ETD
Magnaflow cat-back with resonator delete
Replaced third cat with a Magnaflow hi-flo cat
One step colder NGK spark plugs
NRG Grounding kit
Raizin voltage stabilizer
Nrg red magnetic oil plug
Nrg red radiator cap
Nrg red fender washers
Torque solutions shift cable bushings
Energy suspension shifter base bushings

Exterior lighting:
Gloss black projectors w/ smoked lamin x
swapped 7k SMD LED halos
upraded tsrx lens via
blue demon eyes with remote control function
55 watt 3k HIDs in heads
35 Watt 10k Hids in fogs
Smoked LED matte black tails
Switchback LEDs
Red LED rear turn signals
White LED reverse light
White LED for license plate

IInterior lighting:
Blue LED's in dome and trunk
white LED's in vanity mirrors

Work ultra deep concave Kiwami wrapped in Nitto invo tires
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Modern vehicles are expensive, but one way to avoid headaches and purchasing a new ride is by properly maintaining your existing car or truck. As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

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Technology advances at a rapid rate and unless you can afford to buy a new car once or twice a year, chances are your current vehicle may be lacking some of the latest gadgets.

Well, the aftermarket is always willing and able to help you out. With more accessories, gadgets and conveniences available than anyone could ever use, we’ve listed fifteen of the most useful aftermarket accessories below.
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