FUNCTIONAL SHAKER HOOD SCOOPS were only available on Pontiac Trans Am's from 1970-1972.
These highly desirable scoops open to allow air in for improved performance and close to keep the outside elements out. To add this sought after feature to your 1973-1981 Trans Am or '77 Can Am, a Conversion Kit is now available designed with an electric solenoid for continual 12V current to improve durability.
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Pontiac Trans Am Shakers Kits
early 1977 = 3 inches from top to base
512 - 789 - 3005 PontiacPlus
Standard Conversion Kitshipping included in the price $215.00
An easy do it your-self kit for 1973-1981T/A's and 1977 Can Ams.
This kit wires directly to your fuse box (ignition side) so the flap opens when the engine is started or, purchase the optional kickdown switch (listed below) that will activate the flap when stepping hard on the accelerator. The '73 - '76 shaker kit closely resembles the early '70 - '72 factory components. Once installed, it will be hard to tell them apart.
When ordering: Please provide the following information.:
Trans Am or Can Am
Your year: (70 - 81)
Engine (Pont400, Olds 403,4.9 or 5.0).
Kickdown Switch Bracket same as the '73 - '76 but works on all yrs$12.00
Needed for 4 speed T/As yrs '73 - '76 When purchase separately, please add $6 for shipping
1973 - 1974 T/A's & 1977 Can Ams with the T400 Transmission already have this opt.
1975 - 1981 T/A's you need to purchase the GM kickdown switch should you want this option.
Scoops with kit installed
Kit Components (*** Scoop not included ***)
Flapper plate, base & linkage. 12V Solenoid & bracket and harness. Detailed instruction manual with pictures and text.
To ensure correctness of year, measure hood scoop.
= 3.5 inches from top to base
1975 - 1981 FACTORY Kickdown Switch Bracket.
NOTE: these brackets did not come with the switch, but they allow a kickdown switch to be install if needed. Also check your bracket, after 1977, some brackets were made so a switch couldn't be added.
1973 - 1974 factory Kickdown Switch Bracket
400 4spd, with AC 1976 T/A
My first car, I was 16yrs old (photo taken in 1982)
'67 GTO 400, 4spd
Photos of a few T/As And GTOs I've restored
This has been a five yr project, that has been off the road since the late 80's.
1974 455 AT with AC.
1974 455 SD, AT
1969 GTO 400 AT and 1970 Judge 400 4 spd
Should you prefer to just install the flap only, it will function differently than when using the solenoid. With just the flap, it will open part way at part throttle, closed at idle, wide open at full throttle.
If you rather try this first, then later purchase the other components, the flaps can be purchased by themselves.