straight-six was replaced with the Buick do it garage door remote 41a5483 1b 8 liter V-6 for the 1977 model year. In 1980, the larger 350, 400 and 403 engines were retired and a 210-hp 301 turbocharged engine was developed to fill the performance void.
Computer do it garage door remote 41a5483 1b were introduced on the W72 301 engine and on the turbo 301, and a lockup torque converter was used in the automatic transmission with non-turbo engines, all in an effort to increase efficiency. New for 1981 was the Computer Command Control engine management system, and the 265-cu. V-8 variant of the 301 that was delayed in 1980 was released. It wasn't all positive news, however.
By 1981, pre-owned Firebirds and Trans Ams were competing with the new models. While turbocharging the 301 engine helped somewhat, the emis-sions-control-laden, smaller-displacement, high-performance Firebirds of 1981 were slower than the 1979 Pontiac 400-pow-ered cars and most of the Second-Gen T/As and Formulas dating back to 19 They also handled nearly as well and were considerably cheaper to buy, since they were used cars. Another adverse circumstance was that the Second-Gen do it garage door remote 41a5483 1b platform had existed for so long the rest of the industry had evolved around it. In 1970, the Firebird was a Pony Car, so mid-sized models like the Le Mans were larger and heavier.