How do I make my 2001 grand prix se faster?

Asked by Feb 02, 2017 at 08:07 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix SE

Question type: Car Customization

I know I can take the speed limiter off and super
charge it, but what else can I do?

5 Answers


Trade it for a Mustang GT.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Have you considered a giant wing on the back? Maybe an IRL sticker?


Those giant wings are cool. A giant could use it as a handle and carry the car around.


If you know you can take the speed limiter off and supercharge it you're already in trouble. Neither of those things are viable options on an SE. Here 's the plan if you want a high performance Pontiac, and who doesn't? Sell the SE and buy a GTP. They are still relatively plentiful and not particularly expensive. Now you have a GM engineered performance car which is an excellent base for further upgrades if you want to go faster or look cooler or both. Visit ZZ Performance for performance upgrades and PFYC for appearance upgrades.


And no Bob, that's an especially bad idea.

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