Custom 1972 Pontiac Firebird - V8 sound!
Jamboolio records a fully restored 1972 Pontiac Firebird with the 350 cid
5.7L V8 engine and a stunning new paint job.
The monstrous hood scoops and huge air vents added to the all black
exterior makes it a very bad-ass looking muscle car beast! The Exhaust sound is pretty awesome too! Enjoy.
Location: 'Helsinki Cruising Night'
Helsinki, Finland 2013
- 800 HP Dodge Charger 605 cid / 9.9 L - The most bad-ass American muscle
car ever?! http://youtu.be/ZYoo5zZD4lk
- EXTREMELY LOUD Supercharged Corvette C6 Z06 http://youtu.be/yLXmSkqOi6E
- 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Magnum - amazing V8 and Exhaust sound! http://youtu.be/uP7yw40HF5o
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Reds 79 TA - At the Dyno for Final Tuning
We fine tune every engine we build at the Dyno after the engine is built,
installed in the car, broke-in and then fine tuned at the Dyno based on timing, air/fuel
mixtures, testing of air and Exhaust
options. Along with any other customizations that need to be done.
With Reds TA we had to rejet the carb, adjust the springs in the
distributor and then just fine tune all settings to get to the 355hp. The
factory Exhaust manifolds are the
biggest restriction he has, which if ever replaced would make a dramatic
change to his HP alone. But Red was going for a stock appearance with his
1986 Pontiac Firebird - DAVID HASSELHOFF with KITT from Knight Rider
Christopher Rutkowski takes a journey with KiTT as he learns from Jennifer
Catano what Knight Rider is all about. Michael Knight himself, DAVID
HASSELHOFF, takes us for a ride and tells us why KITT existed and how
important his old buddy is to fans.
We're teaming up with KNIGHTRIDERHEROES.com to bring you this special
episode. Be sure to check out knight rider heroes as there will be some
very special information and an announcement soon, and you know
theAFICIONAUTO is going to be a part of it!
Watch this very special episode of theAFICIONAUTO as we explore one of the
most famous movie/tv cars ever built.
Sound Design and mix: TJ Jacques
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77 Trans Am Special Edition - At the Dyno - 525HP
77 Trans Am Special Edition - Smokey and the Bandit 4-Speed TA. This is a
clients car Jim B. from Michigan that we took his original w72 Engine and
built it up to over 520 +. This is a frame-off restored car that is an all
original numbers matching car that has been completely restored for our
client. Enjoy the video!
Metal Health Trans Am.wmv
This is mostly the same as the Don't Stop Video but with different music.
This is set to Quiet Riots Metal Health. I listened to this song a lot in
Burt Reynolds Edition Trans Am BAN3 at the DYNO
We did a complete tune on (Signed by Burt - Car #9) this BRE Trans Am. The
performed by Chad & Pat @ THE SHOP, in Lincoln, NE on a MustangDyno). This car has an LS7
engine, with upgraded cam, lifters, springs and rods, to get it to 625hp at
the crank, with similar torque. Unbelievable car to drive and feel the
power that it has. If you ever get a chance to go for a ride in one of
these cars or to purchase one, they are well worth the money and
investment. Keep i mind this is a one of a kind signed car designed by
Year One and Burt himself, and there will be only a limited production!
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
1979 Pontiac Trans Am 455 H.O. tour
This is a video of the 1979 Pontiac Trans Am H.O. that me and my dad built.
Very powerful car. It has not been Dynoed yet or run on the drag
strip. But it has done a few burnouts ;)
1979 Trans Am Test Speedo Shot
A 120+ mph run in our 1979 Trans Am with a 403 Olds Motor! Motor has been
bored out .60 over with 9:1 compression pistons. Heads were ported,
Edelbrock aluminum Manifold, Cam and carb kit, Roller Rockers and timing
chain, Black Jack Headers and 2.5" cross over duel Exhaust. Had the Trans rebuilt with a B&M Shift
kit which got rid of the 2 second lag between 1st and 2nd gear to give a
nice chirp and a 3000 RPM stall torque converter. The rear limited slip
was rebuilt with 3.90:1 gear ratio done at my local speed shop with
matching speedo gears and got rid of the original 2.41's it had . I was
told not to waste my money on this motor by all my gear head friends, but
I got the last laugh when it produced 395hp 433 fp of torque to the rear
wheels on the Dyno. I
got no respect when I bought this car back in 1985, but by 1991 it had beat
everyone of them at New England Dragway with high 11's in the 1/4 mile on
295 60's street tires. This engine was blueprinted by Pro Steet Unlimited
in East Hartford Ct back in 1991. I have made a few more additions since
then which should put it over 400hp (I hope), but I haven't brought it back
to the Dyno to verify
that. There are no power adders on this either. I'm not looking for
comments on this. I simply wanted to make a point that not every gear head
knows as much as they think they do and it's easy to criticize when you
don't have the knowlege or the facts. I look forward to meeting every one
of them at a red light someday.