2005 GTO Cam/Stall Full Bolt-Ons (1 Person in car)
1999 Camaro SS "CAMDARO" Cam/Stall/Intake/Gear Full Bolt-Ons (2 People in car)
first race 60-130
second race dig, 0-120
third race dig, 0-110
2006 Pontiac GTO Test Drive
Hey again. I know some of you prefer my other videos, but here's my latest
test drive. It's a 2006 Pontiac GTO and it's...for lack of a better
word...a fantastic car.
Here's a link to the dealership. Great guy that works there.
500+ WHP SUPERCHARGED GTO WHINES LOUD at the Strip w/ on Board Footage
Today, we take a look at a pretty NASTY Monaro converted GTO.
2004 Pontiac GTO
Stock bottom end
243 heads w/comp cams trunion upgrade
Morel linked lifters
Predator cam 224/230@114lsa
Pulley boys 2.7" pulley
Moroso coolant tank for blower
Cobra heat exchanger w/custom mounts
Svede OTRCAI with custom adapter
Hendrix Engineering blower snout, tbody, and radiator
Kooks 1 7/8" longtubes catless mids
Magnaflow 3" Exhaust
Lingenfelter fuel pump
NGK AFX wideband
SD tuned at CSP in West Chester 516RWHP
Wilwood 13" front 12.19" rear brake package
Lovells Eliminator kit 20mm drop with a handful of poly bushings
Hendrix Engineering street slayer clutch w/ Fidanza flywheel
MGW-P short shifter
GForce Engineering 3.5" aluminum driveshaft with billet yoke
GForce Engineering inner stubs and anit wheel hop half shafts
Harrop diff cover
Running on a 275-40-17 Mickey Thompson ET street radial
PB:firstname.lastname@example.org w/1.91 60'
Appearance and interior:
Full LED color change
Custom single gauge pod gauge surround
Team SCSS Boost gauge with matching
Monaro guage face
Monaro badging on steering wheel, dash, and sill plates
Kenwood DDX419 in dash touchscreen dvd player
JL audio mids and highs
JL audio 8" W0's in rear deck
JL audio 250/1 sub amp
Billet custom products valve covers
Billet coil covers
Jamesbiz billet stuff
A few one off billet pieces as well
American Muscle Car - S01E02 - 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge
The American Musclecar series relives that incredible time when Detroit
produced the most outrageous cars ever to hit the street. From the car that
started it all, the 1964 Pontiac GTO, experience the glory days of power
and speed through the stories of those who lived and breathed it then. This
2-disc set features twelve half-hour episodes devoted to each extraordinary
muscle car from that magical era.
1964 Pontiac GTO
1969 Pontiac GTO Judge
1953-62 Chevrolet Corvette
1967-69 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396
1964 Ford Fairlaine Thunderbolt
Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350
Buick Gran Sport 1969-71
Hurst Oldsmobile 442
Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 and SS 454
1961-64 Chevrolet Impala 409
Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda and Dodge Hemi Challenger
1968 Chevrolet Nova SS 396
2010 Camaro SS vs 1999 Trans Am WS6
2010 Camaro SS:
1999 Tans Am WS6: (LS1)(ORY-pipe and Magnaflow Cat-back along with free
These videos were taken within the first 24 hours that the owner of the Camaro picked up the car
so its not being driven to its full potential.
2005 Evo 8 vs 99 Camaro SS
2005 Evo 8 with fp red turbo, HKS 272
cams, full bolt ons, Strictly Modified tuned on 26 psi. 1999 Camaro SS LS1 with SLP straight
pipe Exhaust, Pacesetters long tube
headers, 3600 stall converter, cam, Speed Inc tune, and 3:73 gear.
first race was from 30 to 140 and second race was 60 to 120
Limit Pushing - Turbo LS2 GTO 0-60 Test
Just throwing up one last video before another two week hiatus.
This one definitely took the 0-60 record. The long awaited turbo LS2 GTO is here...and holy hell does it
deliver. Thanks to a whole lot of help from Carl H at BlackBox Tuning.
The Pontiac GTO:
The Pontiac GTO was built by Pontiac Division of General Motors in the
United States from 1964 to 1974, and by GM subsidiary Holden in Australia
from 2004 to 2006 as the Holden Monaro. It is considered to be one of the
most innovative classic muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s. The GTO came at
a time when General Motors had banned the divisions from involvement in
auto racing. At the time, Pontiac's marketing was heavily based on
performance. This change in GM's policy forced Pontiac to turn its
attention to street performance.
The GTO was born from a redesign of the Tempest which was to be called the
"Super Tempest" with the larger 6.4 L Pontiac V8 engine from the full-sized
Pontiac Catalina and Bonneville in place of the standard 5.3 L Tempest V8.
The big-engine Tempest was badged the GTO for "Gran Turismo Omologato"
after the Ferrari 250 GTO. The GTO escaped the violation of GM policy by
becoming an option package for the Pontiac Tempest LeMans. The GTO package
had sold 10,000 units before the beginning of 1964 followed by total sales
of 32,450 GTOs. 75,342 were sold by 1965. This optional $ 296 package
included a 6.4 L V8 that produced 348 hp with a single Carter AFB
four-barrel carburetor and dual Exhaust, chromed valve covers and air cleaner, 7
blade clutch fan, a floor-shifted three-speed manual transmission with
Hurst shifter, stiffer springs, larger diameter front sway bar, wider
wheels with 7.50 x 14 redline tires, hood scoops, and GTO badges. The
original GTO's was clocked about 5.6 seconds for the 0--60 test and a
standing quarter mile time of 14.8 seconds.
As time went on, sales increased to almost 100,000 GTOs a year. Pontiac
pushed for the GTO to be called the "GTO Tiger" in advertising, but it
eventually became known in the youth market as the "Goat." The late 60's
saw the creation of the ram air engines and the birth of the Judge. Power
increased over the 60's from 348 hp to 375 hp in the best ram air
applications. The best equipped GTOs could get from 0 to 60 in 5.2 seconds
and perform a standing quarter mile in 11.5 seconds.
As the 70's rolled in, sales of the GTO plummeted. By 1973 GTO sales were
down to 4,806 cars and the energy crisis was beginning to emerge. In 1974
Pontiac moved the GTO option to the compact Pontiac Ventura, also known as
the Chevrolet Nova. This was done in an effort to become part of the
compact muscle market which already included the Plymouth Duster 360, Ford
Maverick Grabber and AMC Hornet X. The 1974 GTO was tested a with the
four-speed transmission and achieved a 0-60 time of 7.7 seconds and a
quarter mile at 15.72 seconds. Sales improved in 74 to over 7,000 cars, but
1974 would be the last model year for the original GTO.
In 1999, the Detroit Auto Show beheld a GTO concept car. The 1999 concept
was never produced but in 2004 Pontiac re-launched the GTO under the
Holden Monoro platform. The new GTO was equipped with the Corvette's 350 hp
LS1 engine in 2004 and the 400 hp LS2 engine for 2005 and 2006 with a
choice of a 6-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic. The GTO was
sold in the UK as the Vauxhall Monaro and in the Middle East as a Chevrolet
Lumina SS. The new GTO was never as popular in the U.S. due to the styling
which was obviously not aimed towards GTO heritage or the car's performance
(even with GM's frantic decision to add sporty hood scoops), and GM's
failure to use a traditional American built car. The 2005 and 2006 models
were virtually the same mechanically. Both made good use of the 400 hp LS2
engine and could go from 0-60 in 4.6 seconds and could execute a standing
quarter mile in 13 seconds. The 2006 model drew the GTO to a close once
again with the end of GM's 3 year GTO revival plan.
Camaro Z28 messing with 455 GTO on the street
Late-Model Camaro Z28
with bolt-ons messing with a classic 455 swapped GTO.
The GTO jams it and then one of the passengers thought they were being
tailed by an unmarked B4C (special service police) Camaro holding a radar gun (video
camera, lol) and you can notice the nervous and unsure look on his face as
we roll beside, then his complete and total relief once he recognized a
couple old pals in a regular Camaro, lol.
(This LT1 Camaro made
280hp at the wheels and ran 13.1 at Mason Dixon Dragstrip)
This footage was shot way back, many years ago, with an old junky analog
camera, so apologize for the poor video quality.
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