Burn Outs Are Way Cooler With a Posi in the Tribute Trans Am - MuscleCar S3, E16
- Published on: 7/4/2020
- See how the rear end and rear suspension come together for the '69 Firebird. Then the LS-7 is dropped in, and the dry-sump oil system is installed.
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PARTS USED IN THIS EPISODE:
Be Cool, Inc.: Custom aluminum radiator and cooling fan assembly.
Chevrolet Performance: LS7 small block 7.0 liter 505 hp and 470 ft/lb torque, complete with wiring harness for ignition, fuel injection, and drive by wire throttle pedal assembly.
Detroit Speed & Engineering: Billet aluminum hood hinges for fiberglass hoods.
Detroit Speed & Engineering: Detroit Speed and Engineering Rear wheel tub kit.
Detroit Speed & Engineering: QUADRA Link four link rear suspension, coilover shocks by Koni and coilover springs, QUADRA Link rear housing brackets welded to DTS rear axle housing, Subframe connectors.
Drive Train Specialist: Custom 12 bolt housing with Eaton posi, Moser axles, and c-clip eliminators.
Peterson Fluid Systems: Two gallon dry sump tank and breather tank with mounting brackets.
Russell Performance: 12 in hose ends and -6 AN hose ends and braided stainless lines.
Spectre Performance: MAF Sensor adaptor tube, various bends and connections to make a custom intake, complete with filter.
TCI Automotive: 4L60E Super Street Fighter with LS bell-housing, 10" torque convertor, locking dipstick, performance cooler, TCU and wiring harness.
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