Pontiac 400 break in
Number matching engine. Pontiac 400 cid. Break in of camshaft.
Formula 1973 with non stock color ( it supposed to be Burma Brown)
Part1 1959 Pontiac 389 resurrection for "The Find" 1956 GMC 250 Dually
I HATE PRE-ROLL ADS! YouTube can't seem to get the code right. I've reset
the defaults to NO PRE-ROLL ADS 3 times now. Sorry for the pre-rolls. I'm
still working on it. Snagged a 1959 Pontiac 389 from an hour or so away.
Pig in a poke, really, but they don't get any easier to find as time goes
on. The 56 needs a heart transplant, and 389 cubes is the biggest direct
bolt-in you can get your hands on! I don't know how many parts there will
be. Just trying to get it edited and uploaded!
Cubes... Gotta have cubes...
389 Pontiac On Simtester
Watch John Edwards as he describes the Simtesting of a 389 Pontiac GTO
engine at Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine. (949) 631-6376 Be sure to
'Click' and SUBSCRIBE.
Tony Bromley's 400 to 460 stroke Pontiac Dyno Pull | QMP Racing
550 torque @ 5800rpm
535hp @ 4000rpm
For those of you paying attention and noticed the numbers aren't the same
on the screenshot, its because we made another few runs, but didn't tape
them. We'll upload a pic soon.
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The First time my 400 Big Block got started.
Pontiac 350 - 350 Horsepower For Less Than $500.00
A short video describing the modifications done to the 65,000 original mile
Pontiac 350 engine in my 1975 Formula. Using heads, cam, pushrods, rocker
arms and an intake that I had laying around, this Pontiac 350 developed 353
horsepower and 385
lbs/ft of Torque, for less than $500.00 invested.
Sehr Performance Machine / Randi's 400 Pontiac
Randi came to us with a 400 Pontiac project for his 1968 Firebird. He
didn't want to go crazy on the build but he wanted something that would
give him performance that is better than original.
With that goal in mind Scott did some custom porting on his heads, upgraded
his valve train and went with a Custom COMP cam and lifters and aluminum
roller rockers. We maintained his complete original rotating assembly but
had to re-balance his crankshaft, it had been poorly balanced sometime in
the past and was out by 127 grams on one end and 181 grams on the other. A
single plane intake with a 780 Quick Fuel carb got it breathing and the
fire is lit with a Flamethrower ignition package. Custom cut and fitted
8mm plug wires are standard equipment here at Sehr. Headman custom coated
headers will be added at installation time.
The results were a satisfying 543.5 Hp @ 5500rpm and torque reading of
519.8 @ 5400rpm. Corrected to sea level the numbers are 577 Hp and 551 Tq
with nearly 400 lb of torque at 3500rpm.
Pontiac V8 Water Pump Modification Tip Video V8TV "Routy" 69 Firebird
http://www.v8tvshow.com/69firebird - 314-783-8325 - The Pontiac 400 V8
engine that we're using in our 1969 Firebird project called "Routy" came to
us completely as a rebuilt long-block with all new parts inside, but we
were charged with the task of doing the final assembly and detail work.
This time, we're test-assembling the brackets and parts on the engine, and
came across a great tip to help keep your Pontiac V8 engine running cool.
How to rebuild and blueprint aV8 high-performance engine from scratch
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shop)owner,takes you through step by step,into the world of Automotive
Engineering,with all hardcore vids of high performance engine,machining and
building.One to watch on advanced guides,tips,logic,specifications and
racing concepts.Markie makes sense and makes it so easy to understand,(the
internal combustion engines)its not rocket science..Not to be missed...