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1999 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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1/4 Mile ET: 12.443
1/4 Mile MPH: 114.190
1/8 Mile ET: 8.076
1/8 Mile MPH: 88.070
0-60 Foot ET: 1.834
VBOX 60-130 MPH:
Standing 1 Mile MPH:
Temperature F: 65.0
Density Altitude (DA): DA Calculator
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Car Make: Chevrolet
Car Model: Camaro
Car Type: SS
Car Year: 1999
Driver: David (2007-Z)
E-Mail: Private
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Torque @ wheels: 0.00
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Classifieds: Camaro For Sale
Parts: Camaro Parts

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 1999 Chevrolet Camaro SS


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come on, just intake air box and you ran that? no chance....

Obviously you've never heard of something called Density Altitude. Obviously you also don't know the potential of this car very well either... I ran a best of 12.823 bone stock. Why is .4 so hard to believe from a ram air mod?

Too bad you sold it........... Was your SS a automatic or a manual???

Please help i just bought the camaro z 28 1999 black so happy. Question when i wanna race were should my automatic trans. be on the first D (drive) or second D

I don't know anything about racing automatic transmissions. I've only ran with manual transmissions. But I don't think that would matter since the difference between the first D and the second D is that one allows the tranny to go into overdrive (lower rpm gear for fuel savings). Your car shouldn't go into overdrive while the gas pedal is floored and you are driving at speeds under 110 mph (which is about the max speed you are going to ever see in a stock Camaro in the 1/4). But I have NEVER raced an auto at the track, so I could be wrong.

That's one hell of a nice run man! What rpm did you launch at and what are your shift points? Thanks and gratz again.

Is it possible to change from a standard to an automatic transmission and how expensive can it be? i am tired of shifting and just want my 99 ss to be able to cruise the back roads with the t-tops out witohut having to shift all the time.

I know that anything is possible if you're willing to spend the money on it. I really don't know whether it would be worth the money to swap it and have no idea of the cost, it might be cheaper to just sell it and buy a AT Camaro. Check the Camaro forums to get a better idea.

Engine: LS1
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Throttle Body:
Intake & Air Filter: K&N drop-in, DIY-airbox mod
Headers / Downpipe:



Computer ECU Chip Upgrade:
Spark Plugs:
Fuel Injectors:
Fuel Pump:
Transmission: Manual - 6 Speed
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Brake Rotors/Pads:
Tires Stock
Weight with driver (lbs): 0
Track: Gateway International Raceway, IL, USA
 Record Modified: March 9th, 2008

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Only mods are the K&N drop-in filter for the stock airbox and the do-it-yourself airbox mod where you cut out the bottom of the airbox which allows more airflow to produce a low-pressure ram-air. I also removed the air-baffler between the airbox and the throttle body to streamline the airflow. This was my best time I ran with these mods. I modded a lot more but I can't find most of my timeslips. I probably lost them when I moved to Florida. This time is still very good for the mods I have, especially the 60' on stock radials. I could cut high 1.8's repeatedly, but this one was a freak run.

I was running with this SS in 2000-2004. I sold it a couple of years ago. I am now running with a 2007 350Z, but haven't gotten it to the track much yet, only once so far. You can find it here:


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