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1999 Pontiac Trans Am - Street Heat

Cutright To The Point

Justin Cesler Apr 11, 2011
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Check out Josh Cutright’s sleek ’99 Trans Am, which he built at home in Saline, Michigan, with a couple of friends and has piloted to a best of 11.76 at 115 mph! Weighing in at 3,750 pounds, Josh’s Trans Am runs well thanks to a custom 230/232-duration, .612/.595-inch lift, 111 LSA camshaft; a set of LS7 lifters, Katech rod bolts and, believe it or not, a set of stock 243-casting heads. Behind the LS1, Josh has installed a Yank SS3600 converter stuffed inside a built transmission and relies on the stock 10-bolt rear to keep him moving. This may be a simple combo, but it is one of our all time favorites for reliable, affordable street/strip fun!

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Send high-res, digital photos and a description of your high-tech performer to: Justin.Cesler@sorc.com or mail to GM High-Tech Performance, 9036 Brittany Way, Tampa, FL 33619. All photos are presumed to be for publication, and GMHTP reserves the right to edit accompanying descriptions.

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