A relative recorded this on a cold morning, this is the system that was on the car when I first bought it.
Although it sounded awesome, it was too loud (109 dB) for Australian road registration and the look of the resonators (incorrectly installed) did not suit a Trans Am! I now have a single system for the time being, but it will be replaced with a dual twin system very soon ...
Those QLD number plates IMA84 are FOR SALE ...
WBM 2010 Exhaust Competition
This was the Exhaust competition up at
WBM 2010 at Wachusett Mountain in Princeton, MA. The winner had an Exhaust that measured 109 db.
These are the results for the 2012 SCCA Solo Nationals
and this is the registration list for the SCCA RallyCross nationals
1980 trans am trying to start after 24 years in storage
UPDATE- here is my restoration page with pictures if anyone is interested
i just bought this 1980 trans am. its %100 complete but the guy had taken
it apart before storage in 1987.
i am putting it back together to drive it this summer
i put some oil in the cylinders before i tried to start it.
Curt's 1978 Trans Am Special Edition
this car was totally restored for our Client from Hawaii, check the video
and visit www.transamflorida.com for to follow all restoration process
built 84 trans am the old school way
heres my TA. its hard to film because its so loud, even with full Exhaust. 400 small block 1972 4 bolt main pro
topline heads 208 valves 235 cc runners big cam .500+ 2 speed powerglide
3400 stall runs off 110 octane over 600 horse naturally aspirated. not for
sale & not finished or ready for the road. the t tops pop out around 7500
rpm. thats kindive a problem:( oh well i got a welder....... more videos
are under my favorites
My Trans Am
READ FOR DETAILS!!! Supercharged 1999 T/A. It put down 531RWHP and 481RWTQ
thru a T56 with stock LS1 bottom end, Patriot heads, Comp Cam, Fast 90,
Vortech @ ~7PSI. 428 and Procharger build in the works. Check out all of
my T/As details at cardomain.com/ride/2441091