Pontiac 265-455ci 8 cyl. 1955-1981
Pontiac; Super Duty; SD; SD455; HO; 455 HO; Trans-Am; Catalina; Firebird; Formula; 421; 455; 400; 428; 350; 265; 301; 370; 389; 301; 287; 317; 347; Ram Air; Ram Air IV; Ram Air III; Bonneville; Grand Prix; LeMans; Parisienne; Grand Am; Century; Regal;
Street/strip, needs 9.5:1 compression, 2800+ stall, intake, gears and headers, very rough idle.
Thumpr Camshafts are the hottest cams to hit the streets in more than a decade. That's because they give you the big cam sound you're looking for, without the drawbacks. Applying a camshaft design originally created for sports car endurance racing, they incorporate early exhaust valve opening, long exhaust duration, and a generous amount of intake and exhaust overlap. Best of all, Thumprs will not negatively impact power output or streetability.Features:
Thumpr Sound Clip
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