Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Formula-95, Apr 25, 2007.
1995 Firebird Formula
I like the GTO
thanks. so do i. lol
My GF's uncle has got a Firebird formula v8. He recently dropped a GM performance parts LT1 into it because the original motor had 250,000 miles. He also go 11" wide rims in the back and 9" wide in the front. It'll hook every time and has just a bit of neck snap.
mine has 150k miles on it now and still runs like a champ. when it goes, im replacing it with a Golen lt1 long block. 396ci. 520hp. the suspension on it is all aftermarket except the stock springs, which i will replace. but i wont lower it since my cut-out scrapes when i hit dips hard as it is. and im gonna go with the same wheel setup as well. just had a new clutch/flywheel installed. went with a spec stage 3 clutch and their billet steel flywheel. grips really hard and pedal feel is the same. i dont get any traction till the top of 2nd
umm...is that a question? a statement? what?
I like the second one
both cars have been modded since those pics were taken. looks are the same. performance has been improved greatly.
stock i was putting down 339RWHP and 339RWTQ
after mods im putting down 437RWHP and 399RWTQ
i have HPE S-2 cam, patriot extreme duty dual valve springs, ARH 1 7/8" long tube headers, off-road connection pipes, Stainless Works 3" catback, Underdrive pulley, NGK plugs, MSD wires, 160* thermostat, proffessional tune using LS2 edit.
also have Pedders no-drop King springs in the rear along with BMR drag bags.
I like how you have the Trans Am bodywork on your Formula