What transmission came in a 94 Trans Am?

What transmission came in a 94 Trans Am?

It was the best car I looked at in over two dozen F-bodies, definitely a Wednesday car. Almost immediately, I was the proud owner of this 1994 Pontiac Firebird with 93,000 miles on the clock. It came with a 4L60E transmission and a 2.73 rear end.

What transmission is in a 94 Camaro?

4-speed automatic
5 & 6-speed manual
1994 Chevrolet Camaro/Transmission

What transmission is in a 1994 z28?

6-speed manual
1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28/Transmission

What transmission is in 1995 Trans Am?

FS: 1995 trans am LT1 V8 & T56 6-speed manual transmission.

What’s the difference between Z28 and SS?

Package and engine options would vary in each model year they were offered. The Z28 was a more expensive package than the SS. In 1969, the cost to add the Z28 option was less than $200 more than the SS, but the difference was noticed in the appearance and street performance.

What year Camaro came with LS1?

In 1998, GM introduced the LS1 in its F-Body vehicles — the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. The engine was rated at 305-310 horsepower, a rating believed by some to have been conservative. The engine was used in F-Body vehicles until 2002.

What transmission is in a 93 Firebird?

1993 Pontiac Firebird/Transmission

What transmission is in a 1993 Camaro?

1993 Chevrolet Camaro/Transmission

What does Z28 mean?

Special Performance Package
The name Z/28 will be forever linked with the Chevrolet Camaro. In reality, it was a simple three digit, alphanumeric GM sales code for a “Special Performance Package” that was introduced in December 1966.

How much HP can a LS1 handle?

Even in emissions-legal trim, a blown LS1 will pump out over 500 wheel horsepower, with 800 wheel hp available for a serious stroker effort. With turbo motors, the sky is the limit, as 1,000 hp is a common occurrence, with the ability to adjust the power output by turning a simple boost knob.

Is the LS1 a good engine?

As well as being incredibly lightweight, the LS1 ticked just about every box going. For such an incredibly small powerplant, it breathed incredibly efficiently, allowing it to produce insane amounts of power within an extremely compact and efficient package.

What kind of engine does a Pontiac Trans Am have?

From 1992–97, all Trans Ams and Formulas were powered by the Gen II LT1 small-block. By 1996, the engine was rated for 285 horsepower at 5000 rpm and 325 lb-ft of torque at 2400 rpm.

What was the top speed of a 1996 Pontiac Trans Am WS6?

In 1996, Car and Driver pitted a new six-speed WS6 Formula against the similar Camaro SS and the rival the Mustang SVT Cobra. The Formula was the slowest of the three on that day, running to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds and through the quarter mile in 14.1 seconds at 102 mph.

How much does a 1998 Pontiac Trans Am cost?

The surprise is the average price of the 1998 convertibles, which is $20,100. WS6 Trans Am convertibles from 1999–2002 cost about $1000 more, with the average price of #1-condition (Concours) cars nearly reaching $35,000. Cars with the six-speed cost about 10-percent more, and coupes are 10-percent more valuable without T-tops.

Where to find SPID code on Pontiac Trans Am WS6?

Check the option codes on the Service Parts Identification (SPID) sticker on the driver’s door jamb. One of the codes listed should be WS6. If it isn’t, it’s not a real Formula WS6 or Trans Am WS6. If the sticker is missing, the car has probably been painted or has had the door replaced due to damage.

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