My Car Collection Pontiac Trans Am
First of all this cars has not yet been restored it has some few stuff to
do so please dont tell me this is missing or this is wrong yes i know some
parts are not okay but anyways this car is in pretty good shape it has the
original paint it has the original engine everything is perfect this is
the'' K '' series so it has about 185hp scroll down for more engine info,
Well this car is a very good looking car its a special edition of the trans
am, it has a great V8 Sound it drives perfect lot of torque you can feel
the power, so please tell me what you think about that.
V8 403, "K" Code - 185 hp
(DIN) 187.6 PS (185.0 bhp) (138 kW)
@ 3600 rpm
Top speed 180 km/h (112 mph)
(DIN) 427.0 Nm (315 ft·lb) (43.5 kgm)
@ 2000 rpm
Maximum rpm 4400 rpm
BURNOUT CONTEST! Pontiac Trans Am 6.6 vs Chevrolet Camaro RS 5.0
Huge burnout contest between a Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 6.6 and a 1990
Chevrolet Camaro RS
5.0, these muscle cars burn rubber BIG TIME!. Which one gives a better tire
smoking show, you decide. Leave a comment below. Enjoy!
Location: Vanda Cruising, Vantaa Finland
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