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This is a discussion on Body Kit within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; where do you get the ground effects body kit for the Trans Am...ive looked on SLP's website but they only ...

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    where do you get the ground effects body kit for the Trans Am...ive looked on SLP's website but they only have one listed for the Camaro... or does that also fit on the T/A

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImportKiller24 View Post
    where do you get the ground effects body kit for the Trans Am...ive looked on SLP's website but they only have one listed for the Camaro... or does that also fit on the T/A
    ive seen it somewhere but cant remember where. google it and/or check on sponser's web sites.

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    ws6sexymama has it...just look up her website

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    Do a search for Vizage. Mine came in Fri., and tomorrow the car is going to the body shop. Hopefully pics this weekend. There was only 6 sets sent over this time, I got one and some dealer got the other 5. Maybe more in June.

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    That's the one that goes on Fri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Yuck.
    To each his own, it's my car and I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hwystar View Post
    To each his own, it's my car and I like it.
    Exactly.

    For me though...I could have put that $$ to performance. I don't think the Trans Am needs appearance mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Exactly.

    For me though...I could have put that $$ to performance. I don't think the Trans Am needs appearance mods.
    I know what you mean, but my accellorometer says I run 11.8 @120mph, and thats at 3500 ft. elev. There's not much left to do except for power adders, and I won't use nitrouis, it's 100 miles to fill a bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hwystar View Post
    I know what you mean, but my accellorometer says I run 11.8 @120mph, and thats at 3500 ft. elev. There's not much left to do except for power adders, and I won't use nitrouis, it's 100 miles to fill a bottle.
    Could you tell a difference in the acceleration when you installed the 3.73 gear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloop View Post
    It actually looks pretty good but I would never put it on my car. It just looks too ricey. No offense. I like those wheels though.

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    sorry man, i scrape too much as it is! my front looks like I drove through dixie with a rebel flag waving! full of holes and scrapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloop View Post
    TAs dont need body kits. F tha kit...what kind of wheels are those?

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    What about supension, that body kit will limit that for sure. My car is i would have like 1 inch of clearance.

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    Back to the "body kits make em ricer looking" crap. You can't make it look ricer til u try putting a wing on it. The body kits make em look more aggressive IMO. Lowers the stance, sets em apart from your standard firebird and trans-ams that are seen everywhere. That kit is my absolute favorite and going on my ride as soon as I get the cash and find a body shop that can do it right (most either wont do it cuz of difficulty or suck). Get yourself either that kit or the one from www.wingswest.com and go for it bro. Both those kits follow the original body lines and look killer.

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    The wings west one looks good and doesnt lower the car as much, that ones not too bad.

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    wingwest is an alright kit but this other one does not follow the lines of the car AT ALL. The lines are way too sharpe and go completely against the ones already on the car. especially the side skirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000pontiac6 View Post
    wingwest is an alright kit but this other one does not follow the lines of the car AT ALL. The lines are way too sharpe and go completely against the ones already on the car. especially the side skirt

    Agreed!!!

    Our cars are curvy, like women. Add harsh lines and it's trying to make love to sandpaper.

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    yuck...i had a visual.

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