Ragingfish & company made hit home in about 8Ã‚Â½ hours. No incidents in either direction - no deer, no tickets, and no curbs. Total weekend distance traveled: 1089 miles. The drive was exhausting, but the trip was well worth it. This year's meet felt better than any other I've made it to. Glad the GP guys hung around for a while, and was STOKED to see GM presence (pitiful as it may have been, it was more then anticipated). Thanks to everyone for the sympathy and support regarding the eggs. I head off to the dealer tomorrow to get an estimate for repairs (or, if necessary, a trade in appraisal).The HID's and deer "cannon" work as intended...I didn't get much of a test on the deer alarm though, as most of my trip was highway. Tomorrow night after work will be a true test, as there will likely be lots of deer out.Stay tuned for pictures and stuff...scherry2: I was TOTALLY hoping you'd be there this weekend! I still plan to retrofit an auto-dim/compass/OnStar mirror, and need help "jury rigging" some wiring into the car harness. I know you could have come up with a brilliant plan to help me out there. Hope to catch you at another meet soon...Finally, I thank everyone for still accepting me in the group, even though I ditched the vibe. It felt great to be there and everyone treated me as if I was still one of "them." My love of meets is renewed, so I'm going to see if I can get a mini jersey meeting going for september or october. Stay tuned!
YES!I still visit GenVibe periodically. I have not forgotten about my "original" family over here!
2009 PONTIAC G8
3.6L V6 (256 HP @ 6300 rpm, 248 ft-lbs. @ 2100 rpm)