Shifting Rev Matching downshifting in 6 speed manual 99 Pontiac Trans Am
I made this video due to a few comments asking a few more questions about
Rev Matching. And to test out a new camera mount. Hope you guys like it!
Idle video of my MS3 cammed 01 Trans-Am WS6
I never made an idle video after I cammed it so here it is.
2000 Trans Am WS6 MS3 cam
M6, Full Exhaust, TSP True duals,
moroso spiral flow mufflers, OBX Lt's. Shitty LS1 intake(attributes to the
low Dyno numbers).
Suspension, LS7 clutch, etc
MS3 cam, 112lsa, 237/242, 603/609 lift
Fully Dyno Tuned
Tune adjusted to slightly rich to accomodate future intake swap(thus the
MS3 Cam WS6
2000 WS6 Trans Am M6
Dyno : 420 RWHP 390
All the engine mods and tunes were done by Simple Quick Racing in
Mods: MS3 Cam, PRC Double Valve Springs, Chromly Pushrods, FAST 92/92
intake manifold, LS7 Clutch, Hurst Comp/Plus Shifter, Lid, K&N, OBX LT's,
3in ORX True Duals, KYB AGX shocks, BMR springs, BMR Adj. PHR, LCA Relos,
STB, 315 NT555R, DeepDish C5Z06s.
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