500HP Trans Am WS6 Street Build

February 2nd, 2016

500HP Trans Am WS6 Street BuildHere’s a detailed look at a Brutal 500hp 2002 Pontiac Trans Am WS6. This Poncho has a predatory aesthetic and an exhaust note that is other-worldly. Make no mistake, this is a big, bad, loud, naturally aspirated, all-American performance car.

Engine modifications include an LS6 oil pump, an LS2 timing chain, a Patrick G custom camshaft, hardened chrome-moly push rods, PRC Stage 2.5 (5.3-liter) cylinder heads with PRC 660 valve springs, TR6 spark plugs with MSD 8.5mm wires, a Racetronic fuel pump, 36-pound fuel injectors, and polyurethane engine mounts. The deep exhaust tone comes from Pace Setter long tube exhaust headers, mandrel bent TSP true duals, high-flow metallic catalytic converters, and high-flow Sweet Thunder mufflers (2.75-inch) finished out with Corsa clone stainless tips. You’ll definitely want to take this black bird out for a spin.

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