1984 Firebird SE 350 crate with magnaflow muffler
This is my daily driver so i wanted something kinda mellow at idle and
cruise, but like any hotrodder, i wanted it to talk to me when i got on the
loud pedal. Well this muffler does just that, it's nice and mellow (a
little deeper than stock but lower db than stock!) at idle and cruise but
absolutely SCREAMS at WOT. GM 260hp 350 crate, hooker 2460 shorties,
Walter Racecraft y-pipe and 3" single back to a single in/out magnaflow
muffler dumped under the rear bumper.
1984 trans am walk around
1984 firebird trans am with flomasters and a k&n air filter (leave a
* update http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZpt-3jPS1A&feature=related
Comp Cams Thumpr Cam With Flowmaster 80 Series
New Exhaust and front grills coming
soon!**Cam Information Below**
The newest line of camshafts from Comp Cams is the "Thumpr". This line of
retro-fit hydraulic roller and hydraulic flat tappet cams is designed for
use in engines that originally used a flat tappet cam. It will give a
significant increase in horsepower over an identical
flat tappet grind. The "Thumpr" uses lobe profiles and grind
characteristics that produce an early valve opening, long Exhaust duration, and a generous overlap to give
the engine a powerful and hard hitting Exhaust note and a rough idle without
sacrificing power output or streetability.
RPM Range: 2,000 to 5,800 rpm
Duration @ .050" lift: 227/241 (int/exh)
Valve lift: .479/.465 (int/exh)
Ideal for high performance street use, stock converter ok, best with
2000+ converter and gears, choppy, thumping idle.
Comp Cams 12-600-4
• Muscle car sound is back
• Hard hitting, lumpy idle
• Excellent throttle response and "streetability"
• Significant horsepower increase
and a stock y-pipe with no converter.
some others put into the engine too.
1984 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T-Tops
Thought I'd give you all a look at the TransAm that my son desperately
wants for his first car. My father owned an 83 Trans Am and an 86 Firebird,
I owned a 85 Trans Am in GTA trim. So I guess it is a bit of a family
tradition at this point. They do offer a pretty good mix of power,
handling, and economy. Hope you enjoy taking a look, thanks for watching.
1987 Trans Am 355ci TPI first drive...
This is a short vid of my 87 Trans Am after I finally got the engine
running right. Before it would not idle but I figured out I had the valve
spring rocker arms tightened too tight. It is a 355ci small block chevy
with crappy truck heads along with a LT1 cam and a Tuned Port Injection
intake manifold. Exhaust is
Flowmaster, but I do not know what series. When the car is near the
phone/camera, you can hear the loud hissing coming from the engine sucking
in all that air! This is the first drive since I removed the 305 so I am
still getting used to the pedal with power! The smoke is from the
injectors running a bit rich since I had the fuel pressure turned up a bit
high. This is also a good vid to see my sequential tailights!