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Thread: 1977 Trans Am Street Rod

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    1Bad77 Guest

    Default 1977 Trans Am Street Rod

    It's taken 2 years, but it's finally coming together. I plan on bracket racing at the local 1/8th mile dragstrip and just cruising on the weekends.

    I just replaced the stock HEI ignition with an MSD Digital-7, Pro-Power HVC coil, and Pro Billet distributor.

    The motor is a .060 over Pontiac 455, Comp 305H cam, Holley 850DP. Holley black fuel pump, Holley Hitman nitrous plate system (currently 125HP shot), AFCO aluminum racing radiator w/dual 14" electric fans, Hooker aluminum powder coated headers, 3" side pipes, 3000 stall converter, TH400, 3.73 rear end. Should run mid 7's in the 1/8th mile.
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    MonzaRacer78 Guest

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    Lookin good, may get low 7's with the "shot"

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    Eric David Bru Guest

    Cool

    Lookin' good.

    EDB

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    1Bad77 Guest

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    Thanks.

    What plugs and gap should I run with my setup and a 100-150 shot of N2O?

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    Eric David Bru Guest

    Cool

    1 step colder.

    EDB

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