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1989 Turbo Trans Am

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  1. shadow images

    shadow images Active Member

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    1989 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am #1267
    Currently 48,180 miles
    Custom built turbo 66mm wheel
    ArizonaGN large neck intercooler
    Custom air intake
    10 sec ArizonaGN trans w/ 10" non lockup
    Kodiak turbo polished cover
    Polished dog house
    Polished 70mm throttle body
    Polished Vacuum Block with all Silicone hose
    Polished adj fuel pressure regulator
    85lb injectors w/ Turbo Tweak Chip
    Turbosmart wastegate
    Turbosmart e-Boost electronic boost controller
    Scanmaster 2.1
    Dynamat
    New Tires
    Pioneer front and rear speakers
    New Carpet
    Premium front floor mats
    New Headliner

    TTA rear specific seats and seatbelts included
    Nice set of complete used stock leather front seat covers
    2 Classic F.A.S.T.'s (2 wide band O2's and 1 adapter harness)
    Billet EGR block off plate
    Billet RJC Razor water pump pulley


    $15,850 obo

    Will include any other spare parts I have lying round for the car

    Car needs the seats recovered and a new rear Spoiler. Would also suggest putting in a hi flow fuel pump to allow for more boost and E85 Fuel usage.

    $15,850 obo IMG_2757.JPG IMG_2757.JPG IMG_2758.JPG
     

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  2. robert lee

    robert lee Gold Member

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    Looks like a lot of car for the money... GLWS
     
  3. instro84

    instro84 Well-Known Member

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    yup i've seen this car its pretty nice.
     
  4. shadow images

    shadow images Active Member

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    Thanks, hopefully I don't have to parts this one out.
     

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