Pontiac 350 - 350 Horsepower For Less Than $500.00

A short video describing the modifications done to the 65,000 original mile Pontiac 350 engine in my 1975 Formula. Using heads, cam, pushrods, rocker arms and an intake that I had laying around, this Pontiac 350 developed 353 horsepower and 385 lbs/ft of Torque, for less than $500.00 invested.

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General Motors Assembly Plant 1954-Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac
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