1969 Pontiac Firebird

Pontiac Firebird 1969 technical specifications

Item location: Santa Monica, California, United States
Make: Pontiac
Model: Firebird
Trim: 400
Year: 1969
Engine size: 400
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 5 speed
Vehicle Title: Clear
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firebird400 from MFI Media on Vimeo. 1969 Firebird 400 ORIGINALLY Documented by Pontiac Historical Society 400CUI Rochester 750 cfm spread bore carburetor Muncie 4 speed transmission w/Hurst shift Linkage and shifter Pontiac differential 3. 76:1 Pontiac “Long Beach” Headers 4 wheel drum brakes “Rally Gauges” w/hood tach Goldenrod Yellow Black standard interior Bucket seats 15” Rally wheels Now Restmod Engine built by Bruce Fulper at Rock’ n Roll Engineering Dyno at West Tech 499 hp. 510 ft. lb. torque w/o “power adders” 400 CUI bored . 30 over to 406 CUI 9 : 1 compression runs on 89 Pump Gas Barry Grant 750 CFM Speed Demon carburetor MSD Crank trigger ignition March Billet pulleys Carbon Fiber valve covers Custom tubular hedders by 8 point roll cage from front frame rails to trunk Battery relocated to trunk in billet holder Global West tubular upper and lower front control Arms w/Delalume bushings Vette Brake Products Composite rear mono leaf spring Lowered 1. 5” rear 1. 75” front on drop spindles Baer Racing Super Street 4 wheel disc brakes American Racing 16” x 8” Polished American aluminum Rims BE COOL all aluminum radiator w/their shrouded twin DETAILS Richmond Gear 4+1 transmission is 1 to 1 final drive ratio. Not to be confused w/their Street 5 an overdrive trans. I wanted to use a . 245 rear end gear for maximum mph. With the . 308 rear end I'm using the first four gears are the same ratio as a Muncie M22 Rock Crusher w/a . 455 500 ft. lbs. torque. Their internal linkage is good. However Richmond Gear products have quite the reputation for not breaking. Rear end is a Chevy 8. 5" ten bolt w/. 308 ratio. I asked to have the c/clips eliminated but it was built at W. Side Performance . Roll cage built by Eisenberg's guy at MACO Motorsport cost $2200. Fiberglass clip & hood by VFN Fiberglass. Small bolt on frame by Mitch Lanzini . The body from the windshield back was manually stripped and body work done by Ike's Auto Body. Did you know that if you get your car acid dipped most high end Paint shops won't guarantee their work? That's because the acid neutralizer they dip it in keeps acid etching primers from working properly. Also get's rid of all the seam sealer. Not necessarily a good thing. collectors and exhaust pipes are 3" into Magnaflow mufflers. They down turn under the car at an angle in front of the rear wheels.

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