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#1 OturoTheWolf


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  • Interests:My kid,cars, working metal,learning more about automotive engineering/mechanics, drums, and gaming
  • Year: 1994
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Firebird Formula
  • Engine: 5.7L V8 LT1
  • Transmission: Automatic

Posted 2 weeks ago

I'm Chris but you can call me Wolf if you like. I'm the proud owner of a V8 '94 Firebird Formula named Amelia. I realized as I've been trying to learn how to fix up my girl that one of the things I was lacking was the experience and knowledge of others that have come before me.


I'm relatively new to the car scene in this regard so I will likely ask a lot of questions while I commit to my own research. I'm hoping to be able to get everything running so I can clean her out and start from scratch with some of the money I get from it as the start towards saving up for the setup I would like for her, the previous owner had started her on a drag build and so I am stuck with a bit of a mystery as to what's inside my girl. I look forward to learning and seeing all the project cars that you guys have in the works and finished.


Any advice, tips, and the like are more than welcome.

#2 Formula71


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  • Model: Formula Firebird
  • Engine: 400
  • Transmission: M22 "Rock Crusher" 4 Spd

Posted 2 weeks ago

Great to have you here.


Never be afraid to ask questions, everyone here was new to cars at some point, lol.

RIP Jay - So glad to have known you

#3 Injuneer


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  • Year: 1994
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Firebird Formula
  • Engine: 381ci LT1 stroker
  • Transmission: TH400 + GV O/D

Posted 2 weeks ago

Welcome to Firebird Nation ! ! !


Always good to see another 1994 Formula owner on the site :D :D :D


We are here to help.



381ci all-forged stroker - 10.8:1 - CNC LT4 heads/intake - CC solid roller - MoTeC M48 Pro engine management - 8 LS1 coils - 58mm TB - 74# injectors - 300-shot dry nitrous - TH400 - Gear Vendors 0.78:1 O/D - Strange 12-bolt - 4.11's - AS&M headers - duals - Corbeau seat - AutoMeter gauges - roll bar - Spohn suspension - QA1 shocks - a few other odds 'n ends. 800HP/800lb-ft at the flywheel, on a 300-shot. 11.5 @ 117MPH straight motor



#4 sea dog

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  • Year: 1995
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  • Model: transam
  • Engine: 5.7 lt1
  • Transmission: 4l60e

Posted 2 weeks ago

Welcome to the forum.


Try the 4th gen tech section for a wealth  of knowledge. You can find a link to the 94 factory service manual there. And other good resources. When you get to 4th gen tech section, click on the masterlist at the top.


Here's a link to the 4th gen parts books.http://www.afrashteh.com/pics/


Finally go to shoebox's site. It's chocked full of good lt1 info. http://www.shbox.com

Edited by sea dog, 2 weeks ago.

#5 cajun


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    70's and 80's classic rock music; Styx, Reo Speedwagon, Kiss, Foreigner, Kansas and so on...
  • Year: 1979
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  • Model: trans am
  • Engine: 403
  • Transmission: automatic

Posted A week ago

Welcome to FBN and congrats on your car.

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