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93 Pontiac Trans Am STS Turbo LT1 383 12Psi

STS rear mount turbo on a LT1 Pontiac Trans Am. Running a GT70 turbo at 12psi of Boost.


 


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LT1 Pontiac Trans am Compilation
Please check out a Trans Am page I am working on for facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TAWS6. You won't be dissappointed. Will be working on new T/A video soon!!





Trans am..Overhauled...
Trans am make-over Check out my Cammed 2010 Chevy Camaro SS here: http://youtu.be/8J-mDaV7KVk





7 Second Twin Turbo Trans Am in [HD]
This Twin turbo Trans-Am was at our recent gathering in West palm beach (Serious Autosport Track Rental Day). Here are the solo runs you have been asking for! Glad to be of service! For Booking information with Bullet Motorsports Inc: www.bulletmotorsport.net





Matt's Twin Turbo Trans Am
Matts Twin turbo Trans Am





Camaro SS turbo build episode 6 Dyno tuning
The turbo Camaro SS is ready for Dyno tuning. Time to see what this engine can do! The car has been calibrated both for low Boost on pump gas and high Boost on race fuel. Lethal Injection llc had a lot of tuning work to do on this car.





1200hp Turbo T/A vs ALL
Flash's 1200hp 94mm turbo WS6 Trans Am laid the smack down at the 2013 Spring Texas Invitational, this car is pretty crazy to watch go down the track, it almost looks like it's going to pull the wheels off the ground the whole way!





My LT1 7 PSI Procharger 570rwhp ~650hp Trans Am Dyno Run
This is the exact head that powers Rick Abare's 530 rwhp 3440-3470lb Trans-Am into the 9's at over 138 mph on pump fuel. http://www.advancedinduction.com/LTX/AiLTx200ccCompHead.php My first Dyno run = ~100hp more than expected even the Dyno operator was confused by wheel spin...:).Much more to be found in this combo only two runs were made... rest I tuned on I-75!! 3000rpm = 3psi and 420lb/ft with 240hp 4000rpm = 4psi and 480lb/ft with 360hp 5000rpm = 5psi and 517lb/ft with 495hp 6200rpm - 6psi with 495lb/ft with 570hp The ONLY mods to this 1996 TA are: Procharger D-1DC 200cc LT1 Porting and Cam package 92 Octane Forged 383 at about 8.9:1 83lb injectors with my own custom 2 bar tune and 2 bar MAP on stock ECM Long Tube Pacesetter Headers Magnaflow 3" Cat Back connected to a Pacesetter Y-Pipe (Im sure this is just killing power). Single Walbro 255l/hr pump. McLeod Street Twin with Alum Flywheel Stock trans/axle Everything else (as in.. the entire car) is fully stock including the Traction Control and AC (it still works) and spare tire (and amps and subs). So, this car is HEAVY, and ran 124mph in the 1/4 mile. The ZR1 might run 132mph and is about 900lbs lighter.. so YEP that just about confirms HP.





Trans Am WS6 LT1 vs GTO LS2,SS Camaro LS1, Blown Mustang 5.0.cruise
Trans Am WS6 LT1 cruise GTO LS2,SS Camaro LS1, Blown Mustang 5.0 ,..in car from a GTO 6.0L LS2 vs LINKS...."show more" links to blown stang http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktGPSV8Oupk and here again after it was sold to someone on the east coast... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKuSlj1Nwmg computer generated in mexico





What's it like driving a N/A 500 RWHP LT-1 6-speed 1996 Camaro SS?
Street driving and racing a N/A LT-1 Camaro SS. 500 RWHP Pump gas, 8,000 RPM redline, 6-speed manual transmissino.





TURBO LT1 vs Supercharged LS1 (Police Show up)
turbo Lt1 has Ls1 front end conversion. 2nd gear 40 due to both cars not having D/Rs Ls1 is stock with Vortech G-Trim (non Intercooled) @ 9lbs of Boost LT1 67mm turbo, Partial Tune @ 7lbs of Boost SUBSCRIBE TO NCR!! (performed on closed locations)





STS TURBO TRANS AM BUILT 383 STROKER 4 SALE
Built/forged 383 stroker, sts turbo, prostars





LT1 Trans Am 600+hp Lapeer Dragway
8psi. 92 Octane. Stock car meaning all stock weight, trans, axle, sway bar.. Modified Motor meaning 383, AI ported heads + cam and a Supercharger. This setup was Dyno'd at 570rwhp and climbing at the limiter (~650hp) @ 6200rpm with ~34 degrees total timing, proven on the Dyno with video attached in my profile. Since the Dyno I pulled 6-7 degrees for safety for things like this video so who knows what power, 550-560 at the wheels? How about running Rice Boost levels? (20-30psi)? haha.





Caprice LT1 turbo- Napierville Dragway





Turbo LT1 Camaro
Second start up ever with this turbo kit. on 93 octane, still needed some work in this video. The turbo kit is 100% custom made by Hi-Tuned Performance in Arnold MO. all tig welded, stainless steel. GT42 turbo, 383 ci, 11.34:1 compression (converting to E-85) EDIT 7-11-2012: car has been converted to E-85, runs okay, but needs new valve springs, Im getting valve float. It will sit in stop and go traffic and never get above 200 deg, while moving it will sit right at 160 deg. I have put a slightly larger cam in since this video was taken, still sounds stockish. The car is easy to drive, has mostly full interior, and has given me basically no problems since this video, and i have put well over 1000 miles on it.





TURBO Trans Am
Forged LT1 383 with custom rear mount turbo, water air Intercooler, full Delfi (LS1) pcm conversion. Work by Mark at Marks Workshop. http://www.marksworkshop.com.au/ SOME OF THE CARS ON THESE YOUTUBE VIDEOS ARE SHOWN IN A FORM BEYOND THE STREET LEGAL LIMITS FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THESE CARS ARE USED FOR SHOW, TRACK OR OTHER OFF ROAD EVENTS. IN MOST CASES THESE CARS ARE TAKEN BACK TO STREET LEGAL LEVELS TO BE ABLE TO USE THE VEHICLE LEGALLY ON THE ROADS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MARKS WORKSHOP DOES NOT CONDONE THE USE OF EXTREME HORSE POWER ON THE STREET. DRIVE RESPONSIBLY DRIVE SAFE www.marksworkshop.com.au 20 Maxwell street YORK W.A. ph 08 96412 305





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