Only 2 other members responded to this? I'm in Edmonton as well, never really on here much, just cruise around the forum looking for info. I'd like to meet other gcsrt8 guys, but most of the guys I see driving srt jeeps seem to be considerably older than me. They all look at me like I'm just taking my parents truck for a joyride (I'm 25). I have 2006 black gc with a bwoody cai, and a diablo sport predator. Don't roll in it much as my summer toy (06 kawi zx6r) gets most of my play time. And I work out of town a lot. If you guys set up a meet, I could try to make that.
2006 Black GCSRT8 - stock, other than diablo sport tuner
2006 black Kawasaki ZX6-R - akrapovic exhaust, k&n, power commander, carbon fiber trim, carbon fiber front and rear wheel fenders, throttlemeister cruise control, carbon fiber front and rear sliders, flush mount front and rear signal lights, gold chain, gold pazzo shorty levers, black windscreen, gloss black powder coated rims and passenger pegs, solo seat cowl, and anodized gold rear sprocket.
Ya so far only a few guys have responded but the threads only been up for a couple if days. Hopefully we can get some more guys and set up an m&g or maybe a run. Im wondering if someone can help me out with a good shop in town to get the jeep worked on?
Are there any good shops in edmonton that anyone knows of? Id rather not drive down to calgary for straightforward stuff like an intake and catch can install.
jjeramyy is absolutely right. I am not a mechanic by any means, and those two mods took me about 3 hours in the garage with basic hand tools. People will laugh at three hours but I read things over a few times... and had a couple beers. Lol
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