Trans Am 357 V8 First Test Drive Video After Engine Swap
This our first video of the Trans Am in action after the engine swap.
Obviously, the videos will be more interesting after we break the engine in
a bit more. Right now, we are still adjusting and tuning things. After the
engine has sufficient time to break in, we'll show you what it can really
do. Thanks for watching!
Roller Motor 1968 Pontiac Firebird, 700R4, 9" posi, tied frame, awesome! Auto Appraisal
Auto appraiser Jason Phillips fired up this stroked out 400 Pontiac with 3"
stainless Exhaust in Michigan today.
Beefy 700 R4 with a shift kit and frame tied together to aid in hookin up
that Ford 9"! Great wheels, very sharp paint, good survivor interior with a
cleanly restored trunk. Insurence and loan appraisals, or a full pre
purchase inspection can be conducted by any of our 300 nationwide
inspectors, if you need us. 800-301-3886. email us, email@example.com,
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1968 Pontiac Firebird 400
**The thing is that Im not selling/ & its not mine, 'cause it belonges to a
place down in Houston, Tx that auctiones classic cars. They have all
sorts of cars muscle, exotics, nice classics, and so on. I saw on their
website and thought it would be nice to share it on youtube for my first
First Start of My 1968 Pontiac Firebird With Its New Carburettor
This is the first start of my 1968 Pontiac Firebird with its new Edelbrock
Performer Series 750 CFM carburettor.
The car catches at the start of the video because there is fuel, spilt
while removing the old carburettor, pooled in the intake manifold.
After that some cranking is required to pump fuel through the filter
assembly and the new carburettor. Once the carburettor's primed, however,
the engine fires up pretty easily.
You'll notice that initially the Pontiac almost cuts out when revved. That
was because the accelerator pump, which dumps extra fuel in when you hit
the throttle, was incorrectly adjusted and supplying too much fuel.
The Firebird still needs tuning but, for the mean time, it sounds pretty
good. The secondaries seem to be working as well, which is interesting as
they didn't appear to on the previous carburettor. You can tell they're
opening up when you get a distinct change in intake note, audible at the
Additionally, I've noticed that the car sounds different with this
carburettor. The Exhaust note is
deeper, richer and softer. I'm impressed by how easily it started too,
given that it's been sat for a while and it was very cold - hence all the
condensation from the Exhausts.
Apologies for the slightly grainy engine bay shots. It was getting quite
dark and the camera was starting to struggle a little.
Custom 1972 Pontiac Firebird - V8 sound!
Jamboolio records a fully restored 1972 Pontiac Firebird with the 350 cid
5.7L V8 engine and a stunning new paint job.
The monstrous hood scoops and huge air vents added to the all black
exterior makes it a very bad-ass looking muscle car beast! The Exhaust sound is pretty awesome too! Enjoy.
Location: 'Helsinki Cruising Night'
Helsinki, Finland 2013
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Test Driving 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 V8 and Full Walkaround
I thought you'd like a look at this very clean 1968 Pontiac Firebird. It's
equipped with a 400c.i. 4BBL (#s Matching) 330 HP V8, Automatic turbo 400 (#s Matching) Transmission, 10 Bolt Rear
w/ 3.08 Gear Ratio, Power Steering, AM/FM Radio, Buckets/Console w/ Clock,
Seat Belts, Appears to be Original Interior, T-3 Headlights, Correct Alpine
Blue Exterior (Paint Code-DD), Correct Dark Teal Interior (Trim Code 250),
Color Keyed Steel Wheels w/ Factory Dog Dish Style Hubcaps, Firestone 14in
Redline Tires, Copy of Broadcast Sheet, Original Owners Manual,
Protect-O-Plate, Believed to be 72,xxx Actual Miles, Fine Example of
Classic Firebird Muscle!! As you can see from the test drive, it runs as
good as it looks too. Thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
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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Burnout Brothers: 2013 Tesla Model S P85 vs 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible
Pitting my cars against each other in a brief, tiny burnout competition!
Tesla Model S P85 vs. 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible.
Disabling traction control on the Tesla only allows you to get to a certain
level of crazy. In order to completely back down the safety systems, you
must pull a fuse. The car has so much raw power, however, that it
immediately becomes far too much to handle for the space that I was in.
These are tiny yet fun burnouts. (FYI - I had an appointment to have the
tires replaced within the hour, so I figured I would vaporize a bit of