Pontiac Banshee A Longer Look
The Banshee was a vision for what the Firebird could become. Of course,
this concept car could never be built exactly, too low on the road and it
wouldn't pass the safety and crash tests, but it was exciting. It
demonstrated that the problem with GM cars didn't sit on the designers'
shoulders. They were more than capable of dreaming up engaging and fun
vehicles that would set imaginations on fire.
1954 Pontiac Eight For Sale~Straight 8~Automatic~Very Original Classic Coupe
1954 Pontiac Eight For Sale
Very Nice Chrome & Stainless
Very Original Classic Coupe
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Tony Bromley's 400 to 460 stroke Pontiac Dyno Pull | QMP Racing
550 torque @ 5800rpm
535hp @ 4000rpm
For those of you paying attention and noticed the numbers aren't the same
on the screenshot, its because we made another few runs, but didn't tape
them. We'll upload a pic soon.
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700 horse 461 cid pontiac engine on dyno by Tin Indian Performance
This is Craig Bowers 704 horse 623 ft lbs of torque Pontiac 461 built by
Tin Indian Performance. The engine uses a stock Pontiac block with one of
our forged rotating kits. TIP custom ground solid roller cam shaft with a
set KRE CNC ported E heads makes the power! Engine is topped off with a
1050 dominator carb and a set of Tin Indian Performance logo valve covers
1962 Pontiac Catalina 421 Super Duty - Gateway Motorsports Park - Huge Wheelie
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This is a video of an awesome 9 Second, 1962 Pontiac Catalina. This Super
Stock Pontiac was racing in the Nostalgia Drags at Gateway Motorsports
Park, just outside of St. Louis, MO. It's an original 421 Super Duty car
and man do they have it set up right. This thing hooks hard and leaves
straight every time. Definitely nothing wrong with a mid 9 second quarter
mile at 143 mph. I thought you might get a kick out of that huge wheelie he
pulled on the one run. I hope you found it interesting....thanks for
Gateway Motorsports Park
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PONTIAC - "The Super Duty Story" Part 1 of 3
Pontiac had an SD engine program in the late 50s early 60s, and
later/briefly again in 1973/74 with the SD455. This video is regarding the
FIRST Super Duty program.---In only a few years time during the late 50s
early 60s, Pontiac MORE THAN DOUBLED their V8's horsepower output (described
in this video), while using/keeping the same V8 engine block they used thru
1955-81. Even though the same block was kept, from 1955-62 the cubic inch
displacement grew much larger than the initial 287 cuber it started as in
1955. It grew to a 317 347 370 389 and finally a 421 cuber in 1962. It
eventually maxed out at 455 cubes in 1970. By 1970 ALL the other GM
divisions were producing engines at 454 or 455 cubes (500 for Cadillac).
PONTIAC WAS THE ONLY DIVISION still using the same block they used in the
1950s on engines that had a much smaller displacement -- 287 cubes. The
1955 287 displacement would remain the smallest displacement ever used in
the Pontiac V8 block all the way until 1980/81 when a 265V8 was produced.
Since less durability was required for the smaller displacement, the block
was decked/butchered/lightened on the 265/301v8s of 1980/81. Prior to 1980
the block had never been decked/butchered/lightened. The 1980/81 265/301v8
blocks were about 200 pounds lighter than the 1955-79 blocks, and only 25
pounds heavier than a Buick 231V6.
2010 08 06 Greg's CV1 400
Pontaic Firebird with FAST injection and CV1 heads on a 400 cu in Pontiac
Big Block (big block reference is for Bjorn)
CV-325 Tandem Shaft Rocker Test ......
These are the New Tandem Mount .300 Offset Shaft Rockers from T&D. These
are only needed on the Exhaust side,
the standard T&D Exh. Shafts stay the same. This system is designed
specifically for the CV-325 Heads.
Pontiac 455 First Dyno Pull Hot Rod Tempest Lunati Voodoo Cam
My Pontiac 455 fresh build. Pro Gram Billet 4 bolt mains, Eagle H Beam
Rods, 6095 Lunati Voodoo Cam Valve Lift .527 INT 548 EXH; Duration 284 INT
292 EXH., Pro Form 950 CFM Carb, 1971 Super Duty Round Port HO "197"
castings #481768; Fully Ported; 2.11/1.77 valves; Milled .055; 103 cc's;
Lazer Valve Springs H-O Racing Enterprises) 1.770-1.785 installed height;
7/16 screw in studs; 11/32 pushrods; Pushrod Guide plate holes elongated
for clearance; 1.65 Harlan Sharp Roller Rockers; ARP head Stud Kit., Doug
Nash Warrior Intake port matched, JE forged pistons, 10.3:1 compression.
500HP 500 Ft pounds of torque. Built by Blackshear Racing, Brookfield, Oh.
Dynoed at Tubs,
Sehr Performance Machine / Lane's 468 Pontiac.wmv
This is a 400 Pontiac stroked to 468. Lane had some work done elsewhere on
this engine in the past and was not happy with the outcome so he brought it
to Sehr to get it done right. Lane did it the right way, he has a really
good bottom end on it with Eagle stroker crank and Eagle full floating "H"
beam rods so he has plenty of reserve to build on.
468 Pontiac Stroker Engine
This is the Dyno of my
pontiac 400 rebuild for my 1969 Firebird. It's bored and stroked to 468
cu. in. It has a crane cam 238/246 duration at 50, 114 separation.
Edlebrock performance Ram Air IV aluminum heads. Holley 770 carb. March
aluminum bilet pulleys. It Dyno'd out at 515 hp, 544 ft lbs
at 5700 rpm.
The body (1969 Firebird) and interior is currently being restored. Can't
wait to drop it back in and take it for a spin!