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    10-29-2008 01:38 PM
    My name is Clayton Quisenberry. I live in nashville TN. I have a 2004 Grand AM GT 4Dr. A friend started an audio and performance store,"IDOLIZED WHIPS." My friend sponsored my car and we've done alot of work to it. I have attached some pics of it. The pics were taken by myself at some of the coolest scenery spots in Nashville. The graffitti ones are behind an in-door skate park called rocket-town and the others at a construction site.

    Performance wise, we pulled a 3.8 supercharged motor from an earlier model pontiac bonneville and rebuilt it from the bottom up. We did the complete swap from computer and wiring to motor and trans. It is still an automatic transmission. I fabricated a custom sold-air intake that reaches all the way down in-behind the front-left headlight, to the rear of the front-let fog-light. I used 4" polished aluminum piping and a 12" large filter from pepboys. I have a friend with an exhaust shop, so we custom fabricated a custom 3 1/2" straight dual exhast, with turn down tips behind the rear bumper. The suspension has been cut and re-welded to fit the set-up from an 2006 pontiac GTO and has recently been installed.

    The wheels are 19" Motegi's with charcoal painted center and a 3 1/2" polished silver lip. The front and rear bumper are also painted the same charcoal color as the wheels. I finished off the looks of the car with a matching hood painted the same charcoal color as the bodykit and wheels and added custome cut graphics that i designed and cut myself,(I work at a sign shop), and added them to car to fit the curviature of the panels on the doors and factory side skirts.

    Interior: We took the back seat out and built a box that filled the entire space except for on foot of clearance at the top of the box for an airport, for three 15" Polk/MOMO DVC Titanium cone subs; each ran by one 500wt Orion 1ohm load amp. 0guage wiring and one kenetic power supply each. We installed all Swiss Audio rear-deck, door, and dash speakers. And, we took out the airvent on each side of the dash, the ones rite by the doors and installed 4" tweeters, also from Swiss Audio. The dash holds a JVC 7" flip out and the glove compartment holds a control unit from audiobahn to controll the balance of electicity flowing while the car is running or not.

    I, along with everyone else in Nashville that knew of me, deemed my car as the Transformer. Because I did all of this work about the time that the first Transformers movie came out. And the fact that my car looked like a normal car with a bodykit and some vinyl, but had the kick of a V8. I also installed a Red & Blue police strobe light bar rigt behind the rear-view mirror that was pretty fun to turn on at people going down the road. You can see them in a few pics if you look close enough.

    Before installing the sound system though, we took it to a local raceway and i raced it in an 1/8 mile and ran three times. My best run was an 8.4sec @ 108MPH. The system weighs a total of 600lbs, including the box. So, after the install of the system, I raced it again and I ran an 9.7sec @ 94MPH, still pretty impressive for carrying that much weight.

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    2004 Grand Am GT 4Dr
    Nahsville, TN
    My name is Clayton Quisenberry. I live in nashville TN. I have a 2004 Grand AM GT 4Dr. I am sponsored by and have the baddest Grand Am in Nashville, TN.
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