Listen to my cam as it plays music!!

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    • RooFx
      RooFx

      SCCA ftw

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe G
      Joe G

      Just beautiful beast

      about 1 year ago
    • tom shaw
      tom shaw

      That sound is so SWEET,AWESOME,THANXS FOR STARTING IT!!!

      about 2 years ago
    • David Stanke
      David Stanke

      I would love to know the details of this build. Sounds amazing.

      about 3 years ago
    • Evan B
      Evan B

      Ah, Kenneth is right, it was 303. I was mistaking that for the displacement limit in the Trans Am series which was 305. Pontiac also had a 303 but it didn't do well at all

      about 3 years ago
    • MrDetroit1701
      MrDetroit1701

      sweet serenading.

      about 6 years ago
    • Ryan Bacarella
      Ryan Bacarella

      here is something funny that street version only made 295hp but the race versions with same engine made 500+

      about 6 years ago
    • Crushingnuts
      Crushingnuts In reply to Ryan Bacarella

      Dodge rated them at 290hp for insurance reasons but they actually made between 320-330 hp.

      about 2 years ago
    • Kenneth Cunningham
      Kenneth Cunningham

      if you read up on what mopar had done, they actually had a 303 CiD for the SCCA

      about 6 years ago
    • Twisted Mechanix
      Twisted Mechanix

      Beautiful. What cam is this? Sounds great!

      about 6 years ago
    • Evan B
      Evan B

      Okay, i just have to thank you sweetnlumpy, you made the youtube video i wish more people would make. You did it perfect. Everyone else, if you want to make a video of your car's idle, use this as a template. No obnoxious revving, no waiting 3-minutes for the choke to kick off, no staring at the motor for 5-minutes before walking to the back and hearing the exhaust for 15 seconds. You hear it from the perfect angle as it idles at normal operating temp for long enough to get to know it thoroughly

      about 6 years ago
    • Evan B
      Evan B

      Yeah, the street ones were 340s while the race-prepped ones had 305s. Also one fun fact a lot of people dont know is an aluminum dual-4bbl intake was available on first gen Z/28s. As for Ford? Well, i'll admit the Boss 302 is one of the best looking muscle cars ever (dont start with the Pony car crap its like Glam Rock, its still a sub-genre of the general genre, ie: Rock or Muscle Cars) but anyone who's owned or driven both will tell you the Z/28 had it over the Boss all day. Now the T/A idk...

      about 6 years ago
    • 97jag440
      97jag440

      i wish it would go down in the us so we can keep our muscle cars in the us and not ship them over seas

      about 6 years ago
    • rosetasstoned
      rosetasstoned

      goddamn one lucky man

      about 6 years ago
    • Pock3tSnip3r
      Pock3tSnip3r

      The AAR Cudas and T/A Challengers the actually competed were destroked to 305ci to meet the competition rules

      about 6 years ago
    • IMaDEM0N
      IMaDEM0N

      here's what I don't get, there's the Ford Mustang which had the 281-CID & then the 302-CID V8's, and then the Chevy Camaro Z28 & I know the reason for the Z28 to even exist at all, was to compete in SCCA Trans-Am Series. The engine requirements to race in SCCA Trans-Am Series was limited to 305-CI & here's Chrysler's Answer (with the T/A, Trans-Am TRIM) & it's got a motor that's 35-Cubic Inches bigger (and the 6-Pack, which, for those who don't know, is 3 2-BBL Carbs to make 6-BBL total...)

      about 6 years ago
    • Saul Barnes
      Saul Barnes

      i wish the uk petrol price would go down so people can actually afford to run a V8 engine

      about 6 years ago
    • The Midnight Racer
      The Midnight Racer In reply to Saul Barnes

      roloboy97 Yeah

      about 2 years ago
    • suprapotamus
      suprapotamus

      That is definitely some boner material there!

      about 6 years ago
    • Papo com Gourmet
      Papo com Gourmet

      horsepower???

      about 7 years ago
    • Jarod Emahizer
      Jarod Emahizer

      Are you running the original exhaust?

      about 7 years ago
    • myyearofbirth94
      myyearofbirth94

      I think I'm in love.

      about 7 years ago
    • Boredout454
      Boredout454

      You can get a 70 Challenger R/T with a 440 sixpack but not a T/A besides theyre so damned expensive and rare (like 1500 ever produced) that you would spend an arm and leg to get one.

      about 7 years ago
    • The Midnight Racer
      The Midnight Racer In reply to Boredout454

      Boredout454 Yeah that is true..but i got T/A from 1973 great car but sadly only 2400 were built..

      about 2 years ago
    • dtcs1958
      dtcs1958

      No. Other Challenger models Yes.The 1970 T/A Challenger only came as you see them, with a 340 six-pack motor which had a solid lifter cam and four-bolt main. They were designed after cars of that era that ran at NASCAR. The regular 340 did not have a four-bolt main. You could get nearly any motor in the R/T Challenger however, 340, 383, 440 or 426. The same applies to the 1970 AAR Cuda which only came with the 340 six-pack motor.

      about 7 years ago
    • MrLonelyStoner
      MrLonelyStoner

      Mine is a 74 hemi orange with a 70 t/a 340 six pack.

      about 7 years ago
    • Brian Kraegel
      Brian Kraegel

      What cam is it?

      about 7 years ago
    • John McMurtrie
      John McMurtrie

      Love the factory-correct side exhaust. Stick a tag on that puppy and go out and light up the rear tires.

      about 7 years ago
    • Jayson A
      Jayson A

      Wow, very nice, I have a t/a style hood on my 2010

      about 7 years ago
    • Jake Kentzler
      Jake Kentzler

      I love your car haha

      about 7 years ago
    • MrSnatts
      MrSnatts

      Thanks for reply, where did u get the 3' mufflers for TA style exhaust?

      about 7 years ago
    • Nicholas Cyr
      Nicholas Cyr

      me myself, i always liked a 70 challenger rt 340 4 barrel. blow the doors off all of you

      about 7 years ago
    • liveandletsdive
      liveandletsdive

      @SamAlexLewis Eight, and it uses 'em all!

      about 7 years ago