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1984 Pontiac Trans Am with Magnaflow Exhaust
This is a stock 1984 Trans Am but with cat-back Magnaflow Exhaust. I'm a car guy just sharing my car. Car has been in family since new. Ran a 15.9s 1/4 mile at 87mph during a drag strip run but had stock muffler at the time. This car also has the 5.0L (L69) engine with ram air (they called it cold air induction back then). Shot the vid with my old camera so is kind of choppy. The two popping sounds on the Exhaust sound were backfires...was kind of hot from idling and does that sometimes.





Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
Questions? Give us a call (707) 544-4761 Flowmaster Street Mufflers come with a choice of mild, moderate, or aggressive sound: http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/street-mufflers/ View all of Flowmaster's performance Exhaust systems, mufflers, headers, cats, kits, and accessories: http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/ Description: A raw test of 7 different Flowmaster mufflers on one motor. The Motor: Small Block Chevy 406, 11:1 compression, Crane Solid Roller Camshaft, Brodix heads with 2.05- 1.60 titanium valves, Eagle 4340 Crank, Eagle H beam Rods, Manley Forged pistons, Victor Jr Intake manifold, 850 Holley DP, K&N air filter, Moroso 7 qt. pan, 1 7/8 headers, BE COOL radiator with dual 13 inch fans, MSD distributor, MSD coil and MSD 6AL box. Exhaust: Flowmaster 3.00" Scavenger Pipe For updates and new product releases, ‘LIKE’ us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlowmasterMufflersINC Follow Flowmaster on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flowmaster_official/ Follow Flowmaster on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Flowmaster1 Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Flowmaster





2013 Trans Am | Hurst Edition | Official Commercial
Official 2013 Hurst Edition | Trans Am Commercial.





1982 Pontiac Firebird Transformation into KITT from Knight Rider
Having an (unhealthy) obsession with the 80's TV show Knight Rider, like many fans of the show, I had to have my own KITT. But you can't really just go out and buy these cars, so I had to build one. This video shows some of what's involved into creating KITT from Knight Rider. At least from a body work perspective. I was lucky enough to obtain an almost rust and dent free car, and after getting a few (huge) quotes from a couple of local paint shops for what is essentially a full bare metal respray, I decided to tackle the tear down myself. And with the help of a mate, who also happens to be an ex automotive painter, he worked his magic on the bodywork/spray gun side of things. I think he did a pretty good job! I'm sure you'll agree. My advice to you if your going to do one, find a black one to start with!




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