How much horsepower does a 2002 Trans Am WS6 have?

In 2002, the WS6 Trans Am rolled off production lines with 325-horsepower achieving 0-60 in under five-seconds. But depending on an owner’s budget, this car is fully capable of producing over 500-horsepower and 600 lb. -ft. of torque.

How much horsepower does a 2002 Trans Am have?

200 to 335 hp2002 Pontiac Firebird / Horsepower

How much horsepower does a WS6 Trans Am have?

325 horsepower
The T-top, six-speed car is pretty loaded and is equipped with the WS6 package, meaning it has 17-inch wheels, a road-hugging suspension, and Ram Air induction that brought the 5.7-liter LS1 to 325 horsepower, and perhaps a bit more.

What is the fastest Firebird?

Running on nothing but straight gasoline, this Banks twin-turbocharged Firebird scorches the Salt at 287 mph to become the new World’s Fastest Passenger Car.

What is the Firehawk?

For thousands of years, Australia’s Aboriginal people have sung stories about sacred “firehawks” — raptors that, according to lore, use fire to hunt and introduced fire to humans.

How much horsepower does a 2002 Firehawk have?

With 345-horsepower from a 348 cubic-inch, 5.7-liter LS1 V8 along with a “Blackwing” intake, this 2002 Pontiac Firebird Formula Firehawk is the last and the best of the fourth-generation F-body breed.

What size engine does a 2002 Firebird have?

3.8 L
5.7 L
2002 Pontiac Firebird/Engine size

Are WS6 fast?

Performance. The Firebird WS6 could go from from zero-to-60 mph in 5.2 seconds when equipped with the manual transmission, while the automatic launched to 60 mph in 6.0 seconds. The manual gearbox model ran through the quarter-mile in 13.4 seconds at 106.2 mph, while the car had an estimated top speed of 165 mph.

What’s the fastest Pontiac ever built?

The 15 Fastest Cars Pontiac Ever Produced

  1. 1 2006 Pontiac GTO (175 mph)
  2. 2 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP (175 mph)
  3. 3 1998 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (165 mph)
  4. 4 1963 Pontiac Tempest Super Duty (163 mph)
  5. 5 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 455 Super Duty (130 mph)
  6. 6 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP (143 mph)

Which Pontiac Firebird had the most horsepower?

The 1969 Firebird Had the Highest Horsepower The 1969 Firebird had a WS4 performance package that buyers could add to their car to get a Ram Air IV V8 engine. With this engine installed, it delivered 345 horsepower, higher than any other Firebird that came after it.

How much is a 2002 Firehawk worth?

The current value for 2002 SLP Firehawks in #1 (Concours) condition is $37,500.

Did you know Ford made a Cammer engine?

Ford made the Cammer widely available in the drag world, providing engine deals to nitro racers Tom Hoover, Pete Robinson, Connie Kallita, and a host of others. Here, driver Tom McEwen and engine wizard Ed Pink sort out their Cammer-powered AA/Fuel Dragster at the 1967 U.S. Nationals.

Why is the Ford Cammer not allowed in drag racing?

The Cammer was now allowed, technically, but only in the full-size Galaxie model, limited to one small four-barrel carb, and with an absurd, crippling weight handicap: nearly 4400 lbs, 430 lbs more than the Dodge and Plymouth hemis. At that point Ford said no thanks and dedicated the Cammer to drag racing.

What is a Ford 427 SOHC engine?

Developed during a crash, 90-day engineering program in 1964, the 427 SOHC engine was Ford’s response to the Chrysler Hemi’s dominance in NASCAR during the ’64 racing season. Based on the successful 427 FE engine, the cammer featured a chain-driven roller cam in each cylinder head, actuating big valves in hemispherical combustion chambers.

What kind of engine do you need for a Cammer?

Here in 2014, overhead-cam, multi-valve engines are the industry standard. Anything less is considered retrograde. But on the American automotive scene of the 1960s, pushrod V8s were the state of the art. Into this simpler, more innocent world stepped Ford’s 427 CID SOHC V8, which soon became known as the Cammer.