89 Trans Am 400 Burnout. I rebuilt this car from scratch.
1989 Pontiac Trans Am GTA with a Pontiac 6.6 400cid engine that has been Completely balanced and blueprinted by "War Path Performance" in Opa Locka, FL. Engine is well over 400 HP. This car is a rocket. Holly 4150 Performance Street Carb (770 cfm 4 barrel Avenger). Edelbrock performer intake. MSD high energy distributor & coil. 8mm high performance ignition wires. Ram Air powder coated D Port Manifolds. Ram Air 3 Competition cam with triple coil competition rocker arms. 60 over forged pistons. Ferrera Stainless steel valves with hardened valve seats & 3 angle valve job. High output 120 amp alternator. Ron Davis Racing Radiator with 2500 cfm each fan. Optima Gel Cell High Amp Battery. turbo 350 transmission with 2500 Stall Converter with Shift Kit which has been completely rebuilt. High torque mini starter. True Dual Exhaust flowmaster from front to back stainless steel front and rear vented slotted disc brakes with high performance pads with all new wheel bearings and seals. EVERYTHING THAT COULD BEEN DONE FOR THIS CAR .... HAS BEEN DONE!!!
1989 pontiac trans am with flowmaster
this is my 89 trans am, has flowmaster but the rest all stock. it needs new head gasket so thats why it smokes. first video so be gentle PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT
Classic Trans Am
Taking my 1986 Trans Am out for a little spin outside of Bismarck, North Dakota. I enjoy showing you something different every week and interacting with you guys.
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The Pontiac Firebird was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors between 1967 and 2002. The Firebird was introduced the same year as the automaker's platform-sharing model, the Chevrolet Camaro. This coincided with the release of the 1968 Mercury Cougar, which shared its platform with another pony car, the Ford Mustang.
The Firebird and Camaro were completely redesigned for the 1982 model year, with the windshield slope set at 62 degrees, (about 3 degrees steeper than anything GM had ever tried before), and for the first time, a large, glass-dominated hatchback that required no metal structure to support it. Two concealed pop-up headlights, a first on the F-Body cars, were the primary characteristic that distinguished the 3rd Gen Firebird from its both its Camaro sibling and its prior form; (a styling characteristic carried into the 4th Gen's design). In addition to being about 500 lbs (227 kg) lighter than the previous 2nd Gen design, the 3rd Generation Firebird was the most aerodynamic product GM had ever released. Wind tunnels were used to form the new F-Body platform's shape, and Pontiac took full advantage of it. The aerodynamic developments extended to the finned aluminum wheels with smooth hubcaps and a functional rear spoiler.