On this first episode of Stay Tuned, Tony Angelo introduces us to his Street Freak Pontiac Firebird, and dives deep into engine assembly. This mid-70's muscle vehicle, hasn't had an engine in its bay considering that the early 90's– and the group was identified to alter that. We begin with a limp, 1975 185HP Smog Engine, and watch as Tony and the team transform it into a 462 cubic inch, stroker monster. At the end of the episode, with the aid of a lot of Butler Efficiency parts, this thing is prepared to eat increase and kill tires!
Will this Firebird finally earn its wild looking stripes, and end up being a Pontiac performance killer on the drag strip? Stay Tuned, as supreme automobile man Tony Angelo and his friends, develop down and dirty racers with one goal in mind– optimal enjoyable.
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