Turbo 5.3 LM7 1986 third gen trans am dyno pull - 563 RWHP/ 546 RWTQ at 11 PSI
Recent Dyno pull while getting tuned on 11 PSI. This was the last and best pull during the tune. Car made 563 rwhp and 546 rwtq with a turbonetics T76 turbo. Stock bottom end 5.3, 317 heads, LS6 cam and valve springs, LS6 intake, and home built turbo kit. Running 93 octane pump gas. Car will make an easy 600+ rwhp on 14 PSI.
1986 third gen Trans Am turbocharged 5.3 LM7 LSx runs
Couple WOT runs in my 1986 trans. Setup is a 2005 5.3 stock bottom end,
317 heads, LS6 cam and valvesprings, LS6 intake manifold, and custom fabbed
turbo setup with a turbonetics 76mm ball bearing turebo. Currently
running 5 PSI but engine will take 12-14 PSI. Car has a T56 tranny with a
textralia clutch as well.
Shifting a Megashifter 1987 Pontiac Trans Am Project
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I thought we'd demonstrate how the B&M Megashifter works in regular and
ratchet shifting modes. We used our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am to demonstrate
just how well it functions. This is basically the same way that most
ratchet type shifters operate. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for
Driving around with rear cog pullies on a TVS 2300 GTO
This video is meant to give a greater idea how having a rear cog drive can
sound on a car with a Magnuson blower that can use it. When I was trying to
decide whether or not to buy them, I couldn't find much besides a few Dyno runs and maybe one
cruising around. Hopefully this helps someone in their decision.
First start/drive 00:10
In car, windows down 01:21
In car, windows up 06:55
Outside rear of car 11:59
Outside front of car 16:07
In car with view of tach 20:54
LS1 Powaaa! 0-60 in Real Quick!
Short video we put together just for fun of my 2002 Camaro Z28 35th Anniversary
Edition. Fly by and 0-125mph. Mods listed below, it's a long list...
LS6 intake ported
Ported stock TB
243 LS6 heads (off 2003 C5Z06 13k miles)
ARP head bolts
Nextec Manley Dual springs w/titanium retainers
Comp R lifters
Katech C5R timing chain and gears
Katech stock rod bolts
Ported Katech oil pump
Custom Cam 230/240- 598/603 113LSA
ASP under drive pulley
MSD wires, NGK TR55 plugs
American racing 1 7/8 headers, Offroad Ypipe 3in w/customer 4in merge
collector (made by American racing headers), B&B Catback with Manual cutout
255lph in tank fuel pump
42lbs GM white injectors
SLP 85mm MAF
FLP air lid and K&N air filter
Performance 413rwhp/383rwtq-Tuned By Jeremy Formatto/fasterproms Performance out of Florida
Strange coil over 3 way adjustables on all 4 corners
BMR red rear springs
Spohn Tubular front K-member black
Spohn frame connectors boxed
Dual adjustable Panhard bar
Solid polyurethane transmission mount
Rear drag bar adjustable MWC
Mid West Chassis Fab 9in rear (black)
4.10 rear gears
Adjustable body mount torq arm
Adjustable lower control arms
Denny's driveshaft shop 1000hp aluminum driveshaft
6spd RKT56 built transmission all internals gone over, replaced synchro's
bronze sliders, billet keys etc etc built transmission
Textralia 0Z700HD clutch
Tick Adjustable master cylinder
Pro 5.0 short shifter with custom Z28 Pistol Grip Shifter
SS rear spoiler
17x9, 17x11 dark grey Torque thrust rims 275/40/17 front nittos, 315/30/17
rear nittos-tires are in near new condition
Spring and strut install on 86 Trans AM or any thirdgen Firebird or Camaro
Watch in HD!
Ive gotten into many "conversations" with people when it comes to
installing springs. Some guys like spring compressors and SOMEHOW get them
to work. Some try to push the spring and a-arm into place at the same
time. And then a couple other variations of each.
This is how I do it. In my experienced opinion its safe. It always works.
Its quick and easy. As long as you use your head, and some common sense,
this will work and be safe for you. Its just like my video about
installing my motor through the bottom of the car with a hoist. You just
have to be careful and use your head.
Im by no means saying you shouldnt try your way. Except for the one where
you try to compress the spring and push the a-arm into position at the same
time. That one makes NO sense to me. haha.
If you have any other questions or comments please message me or post a
Thanks for watching and subscribing!
turbo 5.3 third gen dyno @ 11 PSI
IAT's were getting real hot and pulling timing. Made 501 this run on 7-8
degrees timing. First Dyno when it was still cool it
made 540 rwhp at 14-15 degrees timing. Have since added methanol to cool
the intake air charge and will be re-Dynoing soon!
Building Your Own LS7/ SL-C Project: Drivetrain [S6 Ep.5-1]
If you have ever dreamed of walking into a place like GM, and building your
own engine using all their tools and equipment, you have to catch this
episode of GEARZ, because that is exactly what Stacey does! With GM's new
build-your-own-crate-engine program, you are able to follow Stacey thru the
process of building your own LS7 engine. Not only does it give you a great
look at how these engines are built and manufactured, but it'll also give
you great incentive to get to GM and build your own! After that, Stacey
goes thru the mysterious world of the transaxle, and how to set up a
mid-engine car for mind-blowing performance. If you are not watching GEARZ,
you're missing out on a lot of things you haven't seen before!
Turbo 5.3 3rd gen trans am vs intake/ longtube/ tune 06 GTO
Me and my brother in his GTO screwing around on the highway. We both
started in 3rd gear at around 65 mph. Tires started burning when I hit Boost so I had to lift and shift into
4th, then get back on the gas. Just wanted a baseline run against the GTO,
since it has gone 12.4 @ 114 mph at the strip.