2000 Pontiac Firebird WS6 Trans Am Ram Air 5.7 V8 from North America
Fast enough for any roads around here
I finally was able to purchase my Ram Air. It is a 2000 WS6, I have wanted one of these since i was in school and i just turned 30. This has got to be the meanest looking car on the road right now and Pontiac doesn't even make them anymore. Does anybody no what the "WS6" stands for?
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Review Date: 3rd December, 2005
19th May 2006, 17:46
"WS6" is just the lettering/numbering used on the Pontiac option code for the ram air and additional performance aspects.
I'm not aware of any particular meaning, such as SS for super sport.
14th Feb 2009, 06:36
Some say WS6 stands for.
But where does the ram air hood come into play? And not all WS-6 are manual. So to me it makes no sense. I'm sure there's reason behind it.
15th Sep 2010, 12:42
WS6 is indeed the option code for the performance package. It could be automatic or the Borg Warner 6 speed.
15th Sep 2010, 19:04
"Some say WS6 stands for.
...and some would be wrong. The WS6 is simply a package code for the Trans Am and Firebird that dates back to 1978, you know when they had four speeds, not six speeds.