This is the fist KRE WARP 6 headed 535 cid Pontiac engine at idel on the Dyno. This engine is built using a K&M Performance Parts MR-1 block, with KRE's canted valve WARP 6 cylinder heads. This is a fully machined casting with water jackets that flows over 400 cfm as cast. This is the ULTIMATE Pontiac cylinder head!
Pontiac 535 engine by Tin Indian Performance 1000+ Horsepower ideling on dyno
This is the current combo that is in the Tin Indian Performance Dragster.
Combo features a MR-1 cast iron block, forged crankshaft, GRP Rods, Ross
Pistons, Total Seal rings, Custom camshaft, KRE 400 CFM High Port Heads,
KRE Sheet metal intake with CNC'ed runners and 2 1250 holley dominator
carbs. Special KRE made Tri-Y headers, and Star Machine vac pump. This
combo makes 1013 hp @ 7800 rpm and 769 ft lbs of torque at 6200 rpm. This
engine has taken our TIP dragster a best of 7.14 @ 186.51 at Norwalk
Raceway Park in September 2009! www.tinindianperformance.com
Tony Bromley's 400 to 460 stroke Pontiac Dyno Pull | QMP Racing
550 torque @ 5800rpm
535hp @ 4000rpm
For those of you paying attention and noticed the numbers aren't the same
on the screenshot, its because we made another few runs, but didn't tape
them. We'll upload a pic soon.
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Number matching engine. Pontiac 400 cid. Break in of camshaft.
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389 Pontiac On Simtester
Watch John Edwards as he describes the Simtesting of a 389 Pontiac GTO
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KRE WARP 6 headed 535 cid Pontiac engine makes 1104 hp 823 ft lbs of torque
This is the fist KRE WARP 6 headed 535 cid Pontiac engine during a 600 rpm
pull on the Dyno.
This engine is built using a K&M Performance Parts MR-1 block with KRE's
canted valve WARP 6 cylinder heads. The WARP 6 Pontiac cylinder head is a
fully machined casting with water jackets that flows over 400 cfm as cast.
This 535 makes 1104 horsepower and 823 ft lbs of
torque! This is the ABSOLUTE ULTIMATE Pontiac cylinder head!
Beastly 2000 HP Pontiac Street Test Viral Video. Director's Cut. Nelson Racing Engines.
This video is a compilation of four separate videos as well as previously
not seen footage of this famous car from NelsonRacingEngines.com. The
original video of this Pontiac has been posted all over the internet and
has been seen by more than 6 million viewers. If you have seen the viral
video, you may still enjoy this Directors Cut of all the videos of this
crazy street/track monster machine. Download your videos for your IPOD or
PS3 at http://nelsonracingengines.com. For marketing help go to
700 horse 461 cid pontiac engine on dyno by Tin Indian Performance
This is Craig Bowers 704 horse 623 ft lbs of torque Pontiac 461 built by
Tin Indian Performance. The engine uses a stock Pontiac block with one of
our forged rotating kits. TIP custom ground solid roller cam shaft with a
set KRE CNC ported E heads makes the power! Engine is topped off with a
1050 dominator carb and a set of Tin Indian Performance logo valve covers
Chevy, Olds, Pontiac and Buick V8 engines are not the same!
Evidently a segment of the automotive enthusiast population does not
believe that the four main GM divisions had their own versions of a V8. In
addition there may be people who simply never knew that fact.
In this video I show photos of a 350 cid engine from Buick, Oldsmobile,
Pontiac and Chevrolet and highlight the differences in each. Buick and
Pontiac V8 engines went out of production in 1980, Oldsmobile's in 1990 and
of course the Chevy versions lasted a lot longer because they were cheaper
to produce and easier to smog/mpg certify.
I challenge anyone to video themselves removing a Chevy SBC head and then
installing it on a Pontiac, Olds or Buick engine.