STS-V Series

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    2.4 Liter SIDI ECOTEC vicious1's Avatar
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    I re-did my STS-V Series. I thought I could do better now that I had more time to practice chopping. Tell me what you think and if you like it better than the first one I did.
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    Veeerrryyyy Niiiice!! Just put some V wheels on it and it is production ready!!!

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    I thought about putting on the CTS-V-Wheels but I liked the wheels that were on it so I just made them a couple of inches bigger.
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    hey your STS-V looks awesome, keep up the good work!

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    Nice STS-V! Sadly, I'm not a fan of the STS' wheels. I'd like something like the CTS-V's wheels. Anyways, GREAT JOB!

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    Sexy and accurate...I like it

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    vicious 1: You showed us your fabulous STS-V, and SRX-V. Are you up for an Escalade-V?

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    Give me a couple of days and I will have you an Escalade-V
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    I re did the STS-V again, I wanted to change the wheels and show a bigger crossed drilled brake and I tinted the windows a little.
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    Not bad.. I just hope thw real STS-V has more changes than that

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    Originally posted by vicious1@Jun 22 2004, 07:08 PM
    I re did the STS-V again, I wanted to change the wheels and show a bigger crossed drilled brake and I tinted the windows a little.
    :ph34r: I like your first one better. This one, the wheels come off more after market bling-bling.

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    I like the first one too. it doesn't look all that different.

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