'95 and '94 Firebird Formulas

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  1. Teh_Sponge

    Teh_Sponge Hey, I got a sub now...

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    Just thought I'd show off two Formula's to the OT Pontiac crew. :mamoru:

    Mine:
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    My clean engine. :eek3:
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    Candidate_zero's Formula ('95)

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    Group pics

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    IBmullets
     
  2. NetChemica

    NetChemica OT Supporter

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    talk about fugly cars :barf:
     
  3. flamingsnowball

    flamingsnowball Only once the drugs are done...

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    I don't like the color but awesome cars.
     
  4. Teh_Sponge

    Teh_Sponge Hey, I got a sub now...

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    Please show me your car. :rolleyes:

    Thanks. Teal isn't my favorite color but oh well. Not like I have the money for a new paintjob. :eek4:
     
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    The chameleon looks much better in person, it's an awesome color.
     
  6. 396Hawk

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    Here is my '94 Firehawk. These pictures were taken shortly after my paint job hence no decals or fog lights. I recently had it dyno tuned and it put down 383rwhp and 395rwtq. :bigthumb:



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    What's with the TA bumper?
     
  8. 396Hawk

    396Hawk Active Member

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    I assume you mean on the dark green one? My guess is that it's been changed since there aren't any other ground effects.
     
  9. Teh_Sponge

    Teh_Sponge Hey, I got a sub now...

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    Correct...his car was most likely in an accident and the owner (before him) decided to switch to the TA bumper.

    Nice Firehawk BTW. Does it have any of the optional shit added like the Hurst shifter and the performance exhaust? Those are mean cars. :bowdown:

    I might also get a TA front clip too soon considering an old lady slammed into my front end.
     
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  10. candidate zero

    candidate zero New Member

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    :rofl::rofl:
     
  11. spoon-ex

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    list of mods please?
     
  12. 396Hawk

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    The motor:
    - 396 stroker (11.7:1 compression)
    - LT1 block w/splayed main caps
    - Callies Dragonslayer crank (forged)
    - Diamond pistons (forged)
    - Eagle 6" h-beam rods (forged)
    - Custom cam (224/233, 112 LSA, 108 Intake centerline, 558 intake/575 exhaust, 3.75 degrees of overlap)
    - Ported/polished LT4 heads
    - Ported/polished LT4 intake
    - Comp Cam lifters and pushrods
    - Jet Hot long tubes w/custom dual cat y-pipe and 4" Mufflex catback
    - Holley 58MM TB
    - 6 qt. Canton pan with Melling hi-volume pump

    I also added 4.10s, a Pro 5.0 shifter and some other odds and ends. It was my daily driver but I bought an '04 S-10 4x4 about a year ago.

    Here is my dyno graph... check out that broad, flat TQ curve. :naughty:

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    spoon-ex Active Member

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    if u don't mind me asking how much did all that cost?

    ive got a 93 LT-1 vette im looking to do motor work to
     
  14. 396Hawk

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    I didn't skimp on any parts (I did ARP fasteners throughout the whole motor, I did a forged/balanced rotating assembly, etc.) so I spent way too much! :noes:

    I never added it up but I'm willing to bet I spent around $7-8K including parts and labor.
     
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    hahahah i fucken died when you said that K.

    ya... those lt1 trans ams are so fucken gross... granted the engine has a shit load of potential........ :eek3:
     
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    not too far off from what i was looking at spending....either redoing my motor or getting a forged 396 AFR headed LT-4 motor

    redoing my motor with a forged rotating assembly, AFR heads, ported LT-4 intake, decent cam.....all work and parts i think was around 6500

    the few places i checked for already assembled motors was around 7K plus labor
     
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    wurd sweet pics.....here's mine[​IMG]
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    1994 Formula.
    Hurst shifter, Edelbrock TES, Hypertech Plus, Flowmaster 80 series, SPEC stg 1 clutch.
     

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