79 Trans Am mid way through engine install

installing a rebuilt 403 olds with 350 olds heads and a big cam

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Best Tips for Breaking in a New Camshaft
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Olds 403 cam run in ready!
11.05:1 CR, iron #7 heads with mirror polished chambers, Exhaust runners and piston tops, running 10% xylene in premium gas, can't hear possible knocking due the noise with open headers. Revs get up and down quite fast, nice.





Original 1980 Trans Am "Yard Find" Engine View, Sat For 20 Years
This car sat under a huge Oak for 20 years. She was not touched the entire time. It had 112k miles when found. The car actually ran the way you see the engine in this video. We had to break her down so we could really see what was going on. The findings were shocking. This is the first time seeing inside the engine. There are dozens of videos of this car on this page





Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 4 - Removing the Engine - 305 TPI to 357 Carbed
This is the fourth part in our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. This is my son's first project car and we're having a lot of fun with it. In this video, you get to see how we removed the old 305 TPI engine. In the days ahead, we'll be cleaning up the engine bay and getting rid of any unnecessary wiring or equipment. Then we'll be ready to drop in the new 357 small block V8. I hope you find our project interesting...thanks for watching! http://www.facebook.com/RamblinAroundonYouTube http://ramblinaroundonyoutube.wordpress.com/ https://twitter.com/#!/RamblinAround




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