1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: WHEELS AND TIRES
That being said the wheel/tire combo is kind of lacking in this regard.
GA3R Front This project is taking a drastic turn from a run of the mill grocery getter to a blistering modern day performance car. One of the more apparent ways it's accomplishing this task is with the proper wheel and tire setup.
This car will see a lot of track time and when it comes to having a quality wheel, the new GA3R from Forgeline has what it takes to get the job done.
G–Force One will be riding on 19'' wheels wrapped in 265/35/ZR19 Michelin Pilot Sports in the front and 20'' wheels covered in 335/30/ZR/20 at the back.
Those Baer brakes you see peering out from behind the Forgelines are a six piston mono bloc caliper. After looking at the dyno sheet in the "Engine" section of the build–up, it's clear that the G–Force One is going to need a lot of whoa to combat the go!
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: BODY AND PAINT| 10/14/2011
Fabrication on the G–Force One's rear tubs begins in the photo to the left.
The rear of this car is going to be squatting over 335 section width tires so tubbing out the rear was a necessity.
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: INTERIOR| 09/17/2011
As you can tell, the interior of the Grand Prix looks flawless, which is characteristic of a car that has a mere 63 miles on it.
All of this will be changing drastically as goes through it's evolution into a pro–touring monster!
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