Dale's 78 Special Edition TA - Restored!
Dale is a good friend of Restore a Muscle Cars, and we have been working
with him every step of the way in the frame off restoration of his SE TA,
that he has had for a long time. Dale has been restoring this car since
last years TA Nats and over the past month or so is really putting in the
overtime! Dale gets married this weekend, so we are under a crunch to help
him get his TA done! Last night 1 a.m. we finished 95% of the decaling...
How To Install LED Tail Lights in 1979 -1981 Trans Am
Install How To Video for new LED tail Lights for your 1979 - 1981 Trans Am
and Firebird. Ms Heather and Yancey walk you through step by step the
installation of these new sequential LED tail light conversion kits!
74 - 78 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am NEW Seq. LED Taillights
This is a new full design LED taillight we are just now releasing for the
74-78 model year firebirds. This requires a little modification to your
existing housings to allow a full LED board to fill up all the available
area for your Taillights. This is a Sequential set that is designed when
the blinker is on, to Blink from the inside out. Which you can see in the
video. These are available for sale in our Ebay Store.
How to Install Recon LED Tail Lights
These Replacement LED Tail Lights are a Complete Plug & Play Install.
Available now at http://www.realtruck.com/recon-led-tail-lights/ These
Recon LED Tail Lights come in four different lens colors - Smoke, Clear,
Red and Dark Red. Meeting DOT/SAE Standards, these lights are waterproof
and nearly indestructible. Recon lights are safer, brighter, more intense,
longer lasting and better looking than factory installed tail lights. Get
Today we're going to be installing these LED Tail Lights from Recon on this
2013 GMC Denali. Okay, the first thing we're going to do is take a look at
how bright the stock lights are.
Anytime you're working on the electrical on your vehicle, the first step is
to disconnect the negative battery cable.
All you need to do this install is the tail lights, of course, a Phillips-
head drill or screwdriver, and that's all you need. It's a very easy
process, and we're going to show you how to do that now.
Okay, the first step here is to remove the two retaining screws in the side
of the box. And then you remove the light, and sometimes they get a little
stuck. You might have to give them just a little bit of a tug to get them
to come loose.
Okay. Now we've removed the stock light. The next step of the process is to
get underneath the truck to the electrical connector block and unplug the
We're underneath the vehicle now, and we have currently unplugged the
harness for the left side tail light assembly. The next thing is to unplug
the wire loom clips that hold the harness in place.
Once you've got the grommet unplugged from the box, then you just fish the
wiring harness out of the body. Now when you unplug this from the
electrical connector box, there is a clip here that you just push down, and
you can slightly wiggle it back and forth as you pull out and this will
come right loose.
98 Eclipse Sequential LED Tail Lights
My 98 Mitsubishi Eclipse LED taillight conversion with 7-segment sequential
turn signals and sequential brake lights. All custom built.
GoPro Trans Am's turn
GoPro video number 2. The blown bandit in motion. Engine seems to be
overpowering the input speaker. May have to use the waterproof back cover
when filming the T/A.
New LED lighting modules Fog, Drive assist and DRL
The new high power German made lighting modules from TM Tuning - A
demonstration of the lighting unit features and function.
For more info and questions please visit our website www.tmtuning.com
You can find all of these products on our site - Here are the links to the
individual product pages:
High beam assist -
77 Plantinum Bandit @ The Dyno!
Here is a quick upload of the Dyno session we did with the
Platinum Bandit just after the TA Nats this year.
The Platinum Bandit, is an original 77 SE 4spd TA, that we converted over
to a lot of modern technology to make it a fun road ready car with a lot of
power. The 474 stroked engine we recently built for it with the help of
Butler Performance, will be featured in the next issue of High Performance
Pontiac Magazine. Pushing 585HP off of 89 Ethanol fuel, with plenty of
vacuum and drive-ability, really makes this car come alive! I will be
posting a video of all the updated components and their manufacturers soon.
19 and 20in. Snowflake Wheels from YearOne.
4 wheel disc brakes from SSBC.
4-Link Suspension by Highland Daytona.
Engine by Butler Performance & RAMC.
Custom Decals by Phoenix Graphix.
Custom Leather Cerrilo Seats.
Burt Reynolds Edition Door Panels, Rear Speaker Deck by Year One.
HID 8k Kelvin Headlights w/98 Tahoe Euro style assemblies.
Billet Aluminum Hood Hinges
Kenwood Sound System - Autosounds