New Parts - Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 6 357 V8 Street Demon Carb
This is the sixth part in our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. Today, we received some new parts in the mail and we thought you might like to see them. We got our 625 cfm Street Demon Carb, a Chrome Demon Air Cleaner assembly, and a Mallory 4309 3 port fuel regulator. We're really getting anxious to get it all put together. Thanks for watching along, we appreciate it!
Trans Am Engine Swap Part 5 - 357 V8
This is the fifth part in our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. In
this video, I show the ECM and all the related wiring that we removed from
the car. Jordan and I also have begun cleaning up the engine bay, so that
we can prepare it for paint. I ordered our new carburetor as well and it
should be here in a couple days. I hope you are finding these vids
interesting...thanks for watching!
New Engine Installed - Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 7 - 357 V8 Street Demon Carb
This is part 7 of our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. We are in
the process of switching from a 305 TPI to a 357 Carbed engine. Since the
last video, we have managed to get the new engine dropped into the car.
It's fully mounted to the trans and we even installed the carb. We're
running the new 625 cfm Street Demon carb on it, because we preferred some
of it's design features. By the next video, we should have the headers and
Exhaust installed and maybe have the
fuel system set up. I hope you find these vids interesting....thanks for
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
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Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 4 - Removing the Engine - 305 TPI to 357 Carbed
This is the fourth part in our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series.
This is my son's first project car and we're having a lot of fun with it.
In this video, you get to see how we removed the old 305 TPI engine. In
the days ahead, we'll be cleaning up the engine bay and getting rid of any
unnecessary wiring or equipment. Then we'll be ready to drop in the new
357 small block V8. I hope you find our project interesting...thanks for
Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 3 - 357 V8
This is part 3 of our engine swap series. My son and I are converting his
car from a 305 TPI to a carbed 357 V8. Today, we continued removing all
the accessories from the engine. We took off the power steering pump,
water pump, A/C Compressor and lines, headers, etc. Tomorrow the engine
will be coming out and we'll start cleaning up the engine bay. Thanks for
The 30 Minute Street Demon Carburetor Install Challenge Video V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - Demon Carburetors recently
released an advertisement suggesting you can install a new Street Demon
carburetor and have your car running properly within 30 minutes. We decided
to take that challenge, and installed a Street Demon onto V8TV fabricator
John Moss's 1972 Chevy Nova. The car is powered by a 383 stroker and was
suffering from temperamental carburetor issues. The Street Demon is an all
new design that features several innovations including a leakproof main
body, 625 CFM airflow rating, small primaries with a large goggle valve
vacuum secondary, and minimal adjustment requirements. Watch the video to
see if John was able to not only install the Street Demon in the 30 minute
window, but to see what a difference this carburetor made on his Nova!
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Extreme Elco Engine Swap! - Roadkill Episode 4
On this episode of Roadkill, David Freiburger, Mike Finnegan and a carsick
dog drive a '69 El Camino 500 miles from home (on seven cylinders) to
change an engine in the parking lot of Summit Racing.
The story goes that Finnegan's wife's grandfather bought this1969 Chevy El
Camino brand new, and it's been passed down through the family, finally to
her. It's a solid car, and the suspension has been hopped up, but the
all-original 350 engine was smoking like a freight train. That didn't stop
the guys from limping it from Los Angeles, California to Sparks, Nevada,
where Summit Racing has a fully-stocked warehouse.
Summit sells every speed part and replacement part on Earth, including the
420hp, 383ci crate engine, so the logic was that the guys would save time
on the engine swap because they could walk right into the store instead of
driving to a parts store multiple times, as they would have back home.
So how long will it take a couple gearheads to change an engine outside in
a snow flurry? Will the EPA shut them down before they can finish? And what
happens when you let a carsick dog ride shotgun? Watch to find out!
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Street Demon 625 - First Cold Start
Swapped my Quadrajet for this Street Demon 625. This is the first cold
start after installation.
1968 Firebird: 350 .040 over, #11 Heads w/2.05/1.66 valves, Tomahawk TC-03
cam, 200-4R with 3.36 gears, Street Demon 625 w/ Edelbrock Performer,
H-Pipe dual Exhaust with Flowmaster
Delta Flow 50's.
street demon test and review part 1
just bought the new demon carberators street demon 625 cfm.. lets see the
beast in action...
carb was bought to replace a edelbrock 600 cfm model 1406 ( entirely too
lean for this motor.. nice for a stocker though) and the edelbrock was a
replacement for a summit racing 600cfm holley clone.
both of these carbs were just too lean and had a caused car to stall when
accelerating from roll or dead stop. Yes the demon fixed it...and then
357 V8 1987 Pontiac Trans Am Update
We thought it was time for an update on my son's 1987 Pontiac Trans Am.
Yesterday, we brought home a nice 357 Chevy small block that is going to
take the place of the original 305 TPI. It should offer a substantial bump
in power, thanks to 52 more cubic inches, and a cam with a bit more lift.
We're also going to switch over to a carb just for the sake of simplicity.
We'll probably go back to fuel injection when we do an LS swap in the
future. We'll have many more videos on this project in the near future.
Thanks for watching!