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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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)
Pontiac 400 for sale Edelbrock heads, comp cam, quick fuel carb, be cool radiator
This 400 was rebuilt 18 months ago. It has 3800 miles on it. It has
Edelbrock heads, comp cams 305h magnum cam and edelbrock lifters, cloyes
double roller timing chain, arma-steel crank, scat forged rods, ross forged
pistons +.030, melling ram air 4 high pressure oil pump, clevite bearings,
harland sharp 1:65 roller rockers, edelbrock torker II intake, quick fuel
850 double pumper carb, also includes the be cool radiator with the
First start after rebuild - Subaru Impreza Turbo
Update 01-2012: This car has changed a lot since this video a year ago, so
don't waste your energy on bashing the (stupid) wing and yellow wheels: the
wing is gone, the car is matte green and the wheels are black. See current
pictures and a story here:
EJ20 + 2.5 STI crankshaft = 2.15 stroker
Legacy Phase II DOHC Single AVCS heads
Cosworth Baffle Plate
Compression Ratio raised from 8:1 to 9:1
Wiseco pistons + eagle conrods + ACL bearings + ARP bolts + Cometic gaskets
Apexi PowerFC + Commander
TD05 S16G + 650CC injectors + parallel fuelrails + Z32 MAF + SARD FPR
Watercooled Intercooler +
Apexi Power Intake
3" Scoobysport bellmouth downpipe + 2.5" midpipe + 2.5" prodrive backbox
AEM wideband + Apexi AVCR + Apexi RSM + Prosport FP gauge
BC Racing Coilovers
And lots more...
Jaguar e type first start up
The first start-up of the rebuilt engine in my 1964 3.8 E type coupe.
The car was the proverbial "barn find"; it had lain, completely dismantled
in a leaky shed from the late eighties until I acquired her in May 2007.
It has taken the best part of 2000 hours to get to this stage, and only a
little bit more in sterling
The engine was turned over on the starter with the plugs removed to get oil
pressure up before any attempt was made to start it.
As you can hear, the idle screws were adjusted too far down, and when she
first fired I nearly soiled my overalls (with something other than oil) as
I didnt expect it to rev up so quickly, which is why I shut her off asap!
The old girl certainly seemed keen to live again after spending 20 years in
a coma. The idle screws were backed off for the next attempt, and after
gingerly adding more choke she starts up and settles into a remarkably
smooth fast tick-over.
The whirring noise in the background, by the way, is the fully immersed
fuel pump; pretty advanced for the early sixties, that was later changed
for a more conventional external pump on the 4.2.
1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 4 speed Convertible
Sold--- My 1968 Firebird. A frame off restoration, rebuilt 400, reset the
odometer to 000000. Currently has 850+/- miles. Has brand new wiring, hood,
fenders, rear quarters, trunk lid, all emblems, both bumpers, all glass,
convertible top, door panels, carpet, dash, heater core, heater fan, entire
front and rear suspension, disc brakes, edlebrock 650, much more... It has
rally gauges, and a hood tach. Over $40,000 invested. Spare parts include a
radio, a second console, an automatic shifter, a spare rally guage assy,
most of the old parts, covers most of a shelf that extends the entire rear
of my garage, and a few in the basement. Selling for $22,000.00. Serious
inquires only. Send e-mail to email@example.com