Pontiactripower.com

Pontiactripower.com has Server used 23.227.38.32 IP Address with Hostname in Canada. Below listing website ranking, Similar Webs, Backlinks. This domain was first 2001-02-18 (21 years, 92 days) and hosted in Canada, server ping response time 6 ms

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Pontiactripower.com   DA: 19 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 38

  • I refer to a May, 2015 article in Muscle Car Machines
  • A strong 461 Pontiac motor was built and run with a 750 cfm Holley and compared to a 66 tripower. The Holley induction motor made 493 HP and peak of 552 ft lbs
  • The tripower induction unit on the same motor put out 477 HP and 545 ft lbs torque.

Pontiactripower.com   DA: 19 PA: 23 MOZ Rank: 43

  • The '61-'63 intakes are virtually the same and interchangeable
  • The '61 intake is Part #1961 is #538202
  • Pontiac also made an aluminum tripower intake in 61
  • As far as I know, it was only available over-the-counter at Pontiac dealerships.

Macsmotorcitygarage.com   DA: 27 PA: 29 MOZ Rank: 58

  • In American hot rodding, two and three-carburetor setups were the norm, so Pontiac engineers took the obvious step
  • A basic design with few components, the Rochester two-barrel had a dirt-cheap unit cost, perhaps $5 to $10 each
  • This allowed Pontiac to offer the three-carb Tri-Power system for only $90 to $100 per car (see brochure above).

Butlerperformance.com   DA: 21 PA: 31 MOZ Rank: 55

  • Check out this awesome restored engine from Butler Performance
  • This engine is a nice example of many of our builds
  • As you can see in some of the pics it came to us exactly as you would expect a 40-year-old motor.

Silodrome.com   DA: 13 PA: 23 MOZ Rank: 40

  • The 1966 Pontiac GTO Tri-Power Shown Here
  • The car you see here has the hugely desirable “Tri-Power” carburetion option fitted (three two-barrel Rochester 2G carburetors) giving it 360 bhp – up from the 335 bhp offered in the standard GTO
  • The car is also fitted with the 4-speed manual transmission, offering a far more entertaining

Enginelabs.com   DA: 18 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 73

  • The Pontiac Tri-Power is one of the first real musclecar engines and differs from most engines of the era in that it could provide 326 cubic inches all the way up to 455 cubic inches with only an internal change in bore and stroke – the block remains the same throughout that cubic inch range
  • The 455 variant utilizes undersquare dimensions

Barnfinds.com   DA: 13 PA: 43 MOZ Rank: 62

  • But one that actually did, is this first year 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix that is outfitted with the right stuff! Let’s take a close look at this big Poncho, it is located in Los Alamitos, California and is available here on craigslist for $22,000
  • Thanks to rex m for this tip! Fullsize was it in ’62. Pontiac did offer the compact Tempest model

Thecarburetorshop.com   DA: 25 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 50

  • Manifold casting numbers – Several of the different years of Pontiac tripower manifolds came from the factory with no casting number
  • Others have had the casting number removed by individuals either wishing to “dress up” the engine, or in an attempt to deceive
  • Generally, a casting date is located on the underside of the manifold, so

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