Turbo Grand AM GT vs. SRT-4
It is an srt4, you can hear the blowoffs between shifts, and the body.
Please don't talk crap on each other video was taken offensive. My grand
am has a stock motor, #65 mototron injectors on 6 psi.
2005 Grand AM GT vs. Mustang
My Grand Am against a Mustang at Mason Dixon dragway. Sorry
the camera shut off before the boards lit up. I ran a 15.4 I think, but I
have no idea what the Mustang ran. Only mod at the time was
a K&N filter in the stock ram-air box.
I see a few of you hating on the Mustang driver for racing a slower
car, it was just a coincidence that we got paired up together. I never even
talked to the guy, let alone challenge him or anything.
2010 Camaro SS vs 1999 Trans Am WS6
2010 Camaro SS:
1999 Tans Am WS6: (LS1)(ORY-pipe and Magnaflow Cat-back along with free
These videos were taken within the first 24 hours that the owner of the Camaro picked up the car
so its not being driven to its full potential.
ProMod Shootout and Grudge April 27 28 2012 at H of H
ProMod Shootout and Grudge April 27 28 2012 Mike The Hitman Hill Carolina
Dragway H of H This DVD is all track side racing with out the smack
talking, so I'm calling this (G) rated for all audiences kids included. If
you went down the track your in the video DVD event. Pro Mo Link for video
clip and web site to order is www.nitroartvideo.com NitroArtVideo.com
132969 / 1986 Pontiac Grand Am
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bpxuo3y
Professionally built and finished throughout, this 1986 Pontiac Grand Am is
so highly detailed that you'll probably want to book an overnight stay here
in town if you're coming in to look at it!
As a ground-up build, there isn't much 1986 Pontiac left outside of the
body shell and some of the interior bits. The nose is a custom 1-piece
fiberglass piece made expressly for this car that's held in place with 24K
gold plated Dzus fasteners. It incorporates stretched front fenders, but
the look is so subtle you may miss it without another Grand Am parked next
to this one. Out back, the rear quarter panels have been stretched to cover
the positively massive tires. The doors are OEM, and thanks to its
ultra-rigid chassis, the car exhibits incredible fit and finish. Paint
consists of a Lemon Ice base which is joined by a graphics package composed
of Summer Green, Big Band Blue, and Deep Rose, all buried under the clear
for a seamless effect.
The engine, although it says Pontiac on the valve covers, is a built LS6
Chevy big block packing 454 cubic inches. The heads are polished aluminum
units, there's a custom high-lift camshaft in the center of the block, and
a dominator carb up top, and a crank trigger system, which all adds up to
approximately 600 horsepower. But again, as a
show vehicle, it's the attention to detail and build quality that will
really knock you out. Dig the fuel rails and lines feeding the carburetor.
The intake manifold has been painstakingly smoothed and polished before
being painted high gloss black to match the rest of the engine. The block
was similarly prepped and smoothed for great looks. The valve covers are
custom items with machined inserts; all the lines are polished stainless,
and dig the one-off billet items throughout the engine bay. The
transmission is a built GM TH400 3-speed automatic, beefed up to handle
life behind the nasty big block up front. There's a full manual valve body
setup fed by a TCI 3800 RPM stall torque converter. It twists a custom
drive shaft attached to a narrowed and braced Strange 9-inch Ford rear end
that has been molded and polished so it's completely seamless. A Mark
Williams polished aluminum center section carries 4.88 gears on a Detroit
Locker to put the power down reliably through 31-spline axles.
The chassis itself is made from 2x3 mild steel tubing, fully blueprinted
and professionally engineered—this is not a backyard amateur build. All
the joints are fully TIG welded and finished so the entire thing blends
together seamlessly. The cage was designed to be subtle, and features round
steel tubing (again all TIG welded) that follows the contours of the body
and makes getting in and out of the car easy. Up front, the suspension is a
custom strut setup with chrome plated struts, powder coated springs, and a
rack-and-pinion steering setup. Out back, the narrowed rear is suspended on
a custom 4-link setup featuring more powder coated springs backed by
adjustable Koni shocks, a custom chrome wishbone, chromoly heim joints and
a built-in driveshaft loop. The Exhaust is 100% TIG welded and Jet-Hot coated,
including the Flowmaster mufflers. Brakes are discs at all four corners,
with polished stainless lines feeding billet calipers and cross drilled
rotors. And wheels are fully polished Billet Specialties GTX20s, 15x4s up
front, with wide 15x14s out back featuring gigantic 31x18.50 Mickey
Thompson SR tires.
The interior is a fully finished driving environment, neither race car
barren nor production car ordinary. All the sheet metal panels are 100%
custom fabricated and painted like glass. For strength and decoration,
everything has been bead rolled, and all the panels are fully removable for
ease of service and access. The seats are Recaro Sportsters with 2-tone
material and there's a Hurst pistol-grip shifter with custom cover plus a
line lock control. The dash is mostly OEM, but has been stuffed full of
Autometer American Muscle gauges. And a custom tilt steering column carries
a billet steering wheel.
This Grand Am will never be duplicated, and its quality has to be seen to
be believed. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more
information on this awesome car!
Top Sportsman Drag Race 2009 Camaro-Grand Am
Top Sportsman drag race on Saturday night May 16, 2009 at Summit
Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio. Mark Malcuit, Strasburg, Ohio, '68 Camaro, wins in 6.690,
204.23 against '04 Pontiac Grand Am
Night Vision Videography by Multi Media Strategies, Ltd
Special thanks to Booth-Arons Racing Enterprises for making the production
of this Multi Media Strategies video possible.
Visit Booth-Arons for all your high performance engine parts & accessories
needs along with a full service machine shop.
Grand Prix GTP vs Grand Am GT
Grand prix GTP 14.5 Quarter mile
Horrible traction prob could of done 14.0 if i had good tires and the track
Hittin switches 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT
This is my friend Brians 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT. The car has a custom
installed air ride suspension. Some refer to this as being bagged!. This
car is even capable of doing a reverse three wheel motion! The grand am has
a three gallon air reserve tank and operates at 200 psi. The compressors
are made by Viair. This car is a work in progress with more to be done in
the future. Stay tuned!