1991 Trans AM GTA 383 stroker mini ram'd burnout smoke show
1991 Firebird TRANS AM GTA doing a quick little burnout and leaving about 300' of posi rubber, killing some "free" tires. Car has a mini-ram'd 383 stroker motor, comp cam, roller rockers, headers and full Exhaust, etc.
920 horsepower Firebird Acceleration
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Here are the specs:
'88 Pontiac Formula Firebird
400 cid SBC with a single 76mm turbo
920 hp and 910 ft-lbs at 18 psi Boost (engine Dyno)
T56 trans with Strange Engineering 12 bolt rear axle
Formula 43 RAD14 18" 3 piece wheels (made in Livonia Michigan)
Bilstein shocks/struts; Hotchkis & BMR suspension bits
The FR8TRAIN - 1000hp Turbo T/A
THE FR8 TRAIN Giant 88m turbo on a 408ci
LSx Trans Am racing anybody and everybody that pulls up along side him all
over the country! This car gets down! The car is pushing between
850-1100hp in different clips of this video depending on the setup and cars
its racing at the time.
See more of it on the TX Streets DVD shipping in early August!
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Top-Speed-Bestmarke von 407,134 km/h zu knacken. Schafft er es?
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91 Trans Am burnout
This is my 91 Trans Am just picked it up this week car is a strong runner
and fun to drive.
383 Stroker 500HP+ rebuilt
a few days after everything was finished (old 383 Stroker with stock iron
heads)the engine blew up with a broken piston.I will post a video about
that later. Luckily the Engine-Block didn't suffer any damage and after
disassembly of the whole motor it was the perfect 4-Bolt base for a real
500+ HP 383 Stroker. This time I wanted serious horsepower!
So here we go, over 4.700$ in parts later...assembly is finished and right
now the motor waits for going back into the Truck. Still a lot of other
stuff to do at the Truck, but I think the Motor will be in the Truck
running, in about 4-5 Weeks.
The Parts used in the Rebuild 383 Stroker
- Airflow Research 195cc SBC Eliminator Street Heads
- COMP Cams Xtreme Energy Cam and Lifter Kits
- 1.6 Harland Sharp Roller Rockers
- SCAT Cast Crankshafts
- 6.0 in. SCAT Pro Stock I-Beam Connecting Rods
- Keith Black B122-040 Performance Pistons
- Mahle Piston Rings
- Trick Flow Chromemoly Pushrods
- Hooker Headers 2806HKR - Hooker Super Competition Headers
- ARP Head and Main Cap Bolts
- TCI SFI Approved Flexplate
- Professional Products 6.750 in. Harmonic Damper
- Proform Billet Aluminum Timing Tab with Self-Powered LED Light
- Peter Jackson noisy Gear Drive
- Edelbrock Aluminium Timing Cover
- Edelbrock Air Gap Performer RPM Intake
- Edelbrock 750 Performer Carb
- Fel-Pro Gaskets all arround
- Milodon Freeze Plugs
- MSD Digital E-Curve Distributor
- MSD Blaster 2 Coil
- MSD Super Conductor Wires
- K&N 5" Air Filter
- Proform Engine Dress-Up KIit
- Dual 14" Perma Cool Fans
- Mallory Fuel pressure regulator for return line system
- new Battery
- new 110 Amp Alternator
Still to come:
- True Dual 2,5" Flowmaster 50 Deltaflow Exhaust and 2 electric cutouts
- Driveshaft Safety Loop
- Rear Axle 4.10 Ring and Pinion with my powertrax locker
Many thanks to all the support and the nice guys that helped me to build
this beautiful Motor!!!Thanks guys you're great!!!:)
That's it for now...stay tuned!
1985 Trans Am - 383 Stroker Fuel Injected
My 85 Trans am...swapped out 305 and put in brand new 383 stoker with
throttle body spacer and cold air intake...big mutha thumpr cam...1.6
roller rockers, 30lb injectors, brand new everything as far as engine
wise....had to get it chipped becuz of cam size and injectors!! 40 series
Flowmaster 3" Exhaust
S10 Ride Along, 383 Stroker # 1of 4 Videos
1988 S-10 Ext Cab, 383 Stroker, Scat Crank, I Beam Rods, K-B Flat Top
Pistons, 10.9:1 Compression
, Demon 750 DP Race Mech Carb, Holly Blue Elec Fuel Pump, Edelbrock
RPM/Air Gap Intake, Edelbrock Performer RPM "6089" Ported and Polished
Heads, Weiand High Volume Water Pump, Be-Cool Alum Radiator W/ TCI Trans
Oil Cooler, Flex Fan, TCI Street Fighter Transmission W/ Shift Kit, B-M
Quick Silver Shifter, B-M Holeshot 3000 Stall Converter, Line Lock, Ford 9"
Rear W/ Eaton Posi Differential, Moser Axles, 3:70 Gears, MSD Ignition And
Plug Wires, Crane Roller Cam "HR-296-2S-12-IG" "Adv- Duration - Intake 296
- Exhaust 304", Crane Roller Rockers
1.5, Double Valve Springs, Pete Jackson Timing Gear Drive, Hedman Full
Length Hedders, Milodon Street Strip Oil Pan "7-Qts", M/T
Front-"Sportsman 8 Ply "26x7.5-15", Rear-ET Street Radials "P275/60R-15",
Weld Wheels, Jegs Ladder Bars, Holds 7 Qts Valvoline VR1 20-50 Engine Oil,
K-N 3002 Oil Filter, NGK BKR6E-11 Spark Plugs, Use 93 Pump Gas "No Nitrous Ever", Most Parts Are Made In The USA !
"The NGK Sparkplugs Are Not From USA, But I Tried", Have A Great Day !!!
1986 Pontiac Firebird - DAVID HASSELHOFF with KITT from Knight Rider
Christopher Rutkowski takes a journey with KiTT as he learns from Jennifer
Catano what Knight Rider is all about. Michael Knight himself, DAVID
HASSELHOFF, takes us for a ride and tells us why KITT existed and how
important his old buddy is to fans.
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1991 Pontiac Trans am GTA Flowmaster
91 pontiac trans am GTA WS6 5.7l 350ci L98 1 of 508 with these options on
car in 1991 (new exhuast on now 3 inch system ) this video it has a 2.5
Blue Smoke Donuts and Burnout in Blue '91 Z28
quick couple donuts and burnout for finishing off the last of the Kumho
blue smoke tires.
testing fresh 355 TPI motor in my 1991 Z28. bored .030 over, balanced
crank, fresh stage 1 RV cam, fresh heads, TPIS big mouth intake, with
hooker headers full flowmaster Exhaust.
Turbo Firebird Edgewater
Launch at 6psi. OverBoost protection
kicked in at the 330' mark due to Boost creep. Pedaled it the rest of the way to
1991 Pontiac Firebird Formula
Borg Warner S400 turbocharger, 71mm,
Chevy 383 roller block with Eagle forged internals
Probe SRS pistons, 8.8:1 compression
Comp Cams custom cam 230/236, 114LSA
Patriot Freedom Series Cylinder Heads
DIYAutotune 36-1 Trigger Wheel
LS7 coil packs in wasted spark configuration
120lb Trickflow Injectors
Victor Jr. Intake converted for EFI
Custom intake elbow with Infiniti Q45 90mm throttle body
E85 ethanol fuel with water/methanol injection
Edge Racing Pro Edge Converter
Quick Performance 9"
Strange Pro-N nodular iron case
Richmond 3.15 'nascar' gearset
Ford Explorer disc brakes
BMR Trak-Pak Torque Arm
BMR Tubular lower control arms
UMI Performance subframe connectors
UMI Rear Drag Sway Bar
Megasquirt II/Extra in wasted spark mode
Filmed using a GoPro HD Hero and a Casio Exilim EX-FH25
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 IROC-Z--D&M Motorsports Video Test Drive Review 2012 Chris Moran
Chevrolet Camaro Z28
IROC-Z--D&M Motorsports Video Test Drive Review with Chris Moran.
Presented by D&M Motorsports.
The Third-Generation Camaro was released for sale in
January 1982. The 1982 model introduced the first Camaros with factory fuel
injection, a hatchback body style, and a four-cylinder engine (due to fuel
economy concerns in the wake of the 1979 energy crisis). The Camaro Z28 was Motor Trend
magazine's Car of the Year for 1982. Three models were available: Sport
Coupe, Berlinetta, and Z28. Third generation Camaros also had a suspension
system that was much more capable in corners than the previous generation.
The Sport Coupe came standard with the 2.5 L 151 cid LQ9 four-cylinder
engine. The 2.8 L 173 LC1 V6 and 5.0 L 305 LG4 V8 were optional. Dog
dish-style hubcaps were standard; full wheel covers were optional as were
steel, five-spoke 14x7-inch body-colored rally wheels.
The Berlinetta came with the standard 2.8 LC1 V6 or the optional 5.0 LG4
V8. The Berlinetta came standard with its own unique 14x7-inch finned
aluminum wheel with gold accenting and 'Berlinetta' center cap. Its own
lower body pin striping, gold 'Berlinetta' badging, and headlamp pockets
were painted in an accent color. The taillights got a gold and black
horizontal divider bar. The interior came standard with custom cloth
interior, a rear storage well cover and additional carpeting on rear
wheelhouses. It also came standard with additional body insulation and full
The Z28 came standard with the 5.0 L LG4 4bbl V8 or the optional LU5 twin
TBI 'Cross Fire Injection' 5.0 L. The carbureted engine was available with
either a four-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission and put
out a 145 hp (108 kW), while the optional Cross Fire Injection 305 was
rated at 165 hp (123 kW). Performance enthusiasts of the day gave the new
Camaro positive reviews
for its styling and handling, but also made critical remarks about the
relatively low power ratings for both the Camaro Z28 and Ford's Mustang GT, with the 302 cu in (4.9
L) V8 producing 157 hp (117 kW) SROD four-speed manual transmission.
All Z28s came with lightweight fiberglass SMC hoods with functional hood
air induction flaps on RPO LU5 cars. The Z28 had a different nose, a
three-piece rear spoiler and front, side, and rear lower body valances in
silver or gold. Just above the valance was a two-color lower body stripe
that encircled the car. Headlamp pockets on the Z28 were black. Standard
were new 15x7-inch cast-aluminum five-spoke wheels accented with silver or
gold. Z28 badges appeared on the right rear bumper, and on the side
The Camaro Z28 paced
the Indianapolis 500 in 1982, and over 6,000 replicas were sold through
Chevy dealers. The pace car edition featured special two-tone silver/blue
paint and special striping, orange pin-striping on 15-inch (380 mm) Z28
wheels, and a silver/blue interior with six-way Lear-Seigler manually
adjustable seating. Engine choices in the pace cars were the same as the
regular Z28. However, the car that actually paced the event was equipped
with a highly modified all aluminum 5.7 L V8 not offered on the pace car
Camaro Z28, 1982-84
The Camaro had a
significant change in the Z28 engine lineup: the LU5 Crossfire 305 V8 was
supplemented in April 1983 by an all-new 5.0 L L69 4 bbl 190 hp (142 kW)
High-Output (HO) V8. This engine was only available with a manual
transmission in 1983. Due to its late introduction, only 3,223 L69 V8s were
sold for the 1983 model year.
Transmissions were upgraded for 1983. A Borg-Warner 5-speed manual
transmission replaced the previous 4-speed. A 4-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive replaced the 3-speed automatic transmission in
the Z28. The TH700-R4 automatic overdrive was also available on the base
coupe and Berlinetta, but was not available with the L69 H.O. engine in the
Z28 for 1983. Aside from the new transmissions, base coupe and
Berlinetta carried on as in 1982 with very little change other than newly
The new dashboard and controls were smaller with better quality and
appearance. In the Berlinetta, the standard instrument cluster was replaced
by electronic readouts, including a bar-graph tachometer and digital
speedometer. The new dash came with an overhead console and pod-mounted
controls for turn signals, cruise-control, HVAC, windshield wiper, and
headlights. The radio was mounted inside a pod on the console that could
swivel toward the driver or passenger.