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1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS - B4C 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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1/4 Mile ET: 13.528
1/4 Mile MPH: 99.950
1/8 Mile ET: 8.611
1/8 Mile MPH: 79.660
0-60 Foot ET: 1.843
VBOX 60-130 MPH:
Standing 1 Mile MPH:
Temperature F: 57.0
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Car Make: Chevrolet
Car Model: Camaro
Car Type: RS - B4C
Car Year: 1991
Driver: Calling 1ADAM12
E-Mail: Private
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Horsepower @ wheels: 239.00
Torque @ wheels: 345.10
Dyno Type: dynojet
Dyno Graph: Chevrolet Camaro Dyno Graph Results
Classifieds: Camaro For Sale
Parts: Camaro Parts


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 1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS - B4C


 


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More Comments:

(adam)
You may want to try changing your plugs to get more power. I have tried the Plat plugs, and in domestic motors they don't work out. Just my 2 Cents.


(John Wayland)
Clean looking Camaro! I was reading your specs details and noticed your car has an Inland Empire driveshaft. They provided me with a custom made aluminum driveshaft for my electric Datsun 1200, and I'm very pleased with the way it handles the 772 ft. lbs. of torque my car's electric motor makes. Nice folks to do business with, and a super quality product. I shaved off 10 lbs. of spinning mass and improved high rpm reliability switching to the aluminum shaft.


(Kevin\)
How much did you pay for that car. It's sweet but I think you should change out the gears for better track time and top speed.


(john)
nice car i have a 5.7 tpi and dont know what it runs in 1/4. what does your car have in it. 13.851 is a good time.


(Calling 1ADAM12)
Adam: had stock champion plugs it didn't seem to make any difference.... John W. the driveshaft doesn't seemed to have help me any, but it is a nice piece...... Kevin: Thinking of trying 3.42 gears & in 2000 I over paid for what I thought would be a real fast car... John:..read the whole post, it's pretty detailed... Doing a slow (cash poor) build up


(kyle)
looking at an 89 rs good shape price 2000.00 good buy? need more info on the engine just curious


(Calling...1Adam12)
Hello Kyle, kbb.com for used car prices...It kind of depends upon whether you like the car more than having $2000 in the bank...If this car is a factory '89 RS then the engine will not be the same as mine because mine is a B4C with a factory 350 TPI...it says RS but is really like a Z-28.


(Lisa)
Hi Adam, Just bought a 91 RS with a 350tpi out of a vette in it myself. Seems we both have slower than we want 1/4 mile times. (13.88 for me) was wondering if changing the gears to 4.10 would be better???


(Calling...1Adam12)
Hello Lisa, Only know what I read. On thirdgen.org many folks say the 350 TPI is out of it's power band with 3.73 or 4.10 gears. That is why I chickened out on installing 3.73's. Sometimes I wish I did. But I'm not done playing with modifications yet, so who knows what the future will bring. All I need to do is come up with the money. Just dropped a bundle on new PHB, LCA, ATA, & relocation brackets. Just need to get them installed. Then hope the weather will allow me to make it to a track. (Rain) Do you have a time slip listed here on dragtimes? You can also check me out on Cardomain.com


(kyle)
sorry i haven't had time to respond very busy but i did buy the car it's been restored with the exception of the motor my favorite part but recently had time to do my inspection it has a 4-10 rear end although it spools out at 105 has a streetfighter series 700r4 tranny drivetrain after market edelbrock catback system and i'm currently looking at a zz383 to drop in


(Calling...1Adam12)
Congratulations Kyle, on buying your new '89 Camaro. You are now part of the forever in-debt club. Sounds like a pretty nice car especially for the price you mentioned. Glad you like it, that's all that is important. ( Unless your married) but thats whole different story.


(kyle)
yeah its official I think I've married my car! I love driving it but I still want a bigger motor and re-gear the rear end to a 3.83 instead of the 4.10 that it has so I can hit a higher speed but still get there quick. Any tips you may have will be great!


(1981z28)
Wow impressive times. Is that all the upgrades done to the car??? We just got an 88 Irocz convertable 5.7 for 2800 in great condition. Goals to break into the 8's on an 1/8th. Any suggestions as far as drive train for a 17 yearold new to tpi's?


(Calling...1Adam12)
hello (1981z28) You might have to change your handle to (1988IrocZ). For a convertable I'd say the first thing should be subframe connetors. Won't make you go faster but with no solid top your going to flex quite a bit. If you got time to read alot of boring material, you could go to my cardomain site. I've been trying my best to keep track of the changes & how much effect they have on my 1/4 mile performance.I have had the car since July 2000 http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2175519 I also read & search alot on thirdgen.org lots of other folks have been there done that before me & you. There is also this other page on how to mod a third gen.http://www.goingfaster.com/spo/mods.html Time & Money can solve all your performance issues. Like I told Kyle above, Welcome to the forever in-debt club.


(Brian)
I changed the gears to 3.83


(brian)
Not to happy with those gears, i will probabily change them back to 3.42


(Kenneth)
hmmmmm, one wonders how a simple pro street at most car can be rated #1...So you multi punch your ticket to get you a number 1 status?? look at the next in line, now thats a car.. 555 straight motor in a REAL super sport, and a 66 model to boot... that is my voting car for today..


(Calling...1Adam12)
Hey Kenneth....... I think your taking this whole thing a little too serious. That said, here is the low down. This car is 1 of 592 B4Cís built in 1991... Although Iíve done some rather unsuccessful ET bracket racing, this is just a street car that I take to the track for the pure joy of beating the hell out of itÖI lose more often than I winÖ but I still have funÖAnd Yes. I Voted for myself every day for too many days to remember. Days turned into months. Months turned into years. I had my sons vote for me too. My brothers & sister also. I had my nieces & nephews get in on the action. I asked my cousins & my friends. I asked folks at work. I asked people I met on the internet. I begged people who stopped by other web sites to come here & give me a vote. Iíve seen many other cars pass by me as I moved toward car of the month. Some gaining 100ís of votes in a day. I didnít do all this to make anyone else happy other than myself. In fact my wife will be glad that this is finally over. So good luck with the 1966 Super Sport Iím sure itíll be car of the month soon.


(todd91rs350)
what are ur tree time run some bracket races and learn to cut the tree i ride a street bike and thats wehat i take to the track untill i get the camaro done and its really fun runing bracket bcuz its all about ur driving skills and my camaro hopfully is going to be in the low 12s as a street car


(Calling.....1Adam12)
My reaction times to the tree vary quite a bit.... Haven't been out this year yet (2008) but last time out last year (2007) my reactions were between .028 & .529 I hate to addmit it but there have been some as bad as .899 I must have been asleep at the light....the Car seems to be slowing down..... 13.608 seconds @ 99.27 mph was the best I could do last year....most passes were around 13.8..... just need more money !!!!



Stock:
Engine: L98 350 TPI ( 5.7L )
Turbos:
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Nitrous Kit/System:
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Pistons (rotors):
Port:
Rings (seals):
Heads:
Connecting Rods:
Camshaft:
Throttle Body:
Intake & Air Filter: K & N + gutted air boxes
Headers / Downpipe: Edelbrock ceramic coated TES headers

Midpipe:

Catco dual catalytic replacement cats
Exhaust: Flowmaster American Thunder 3 inch catback system
Carburetor:


Computer ECU Chip Upgrade:
Battery:
Ignition:
Spark Plugs: Bosch platinum
Fuel Injectors:
Fuel Pump:
Gas: 3/4 full tank of 91 oct ( 90 oct ethanol) +104 oct
Pulley: March steel power/amp 4405
Transmission: 700R4
Clutch/Torq Conv:
Differential:
Radiator:
Flywheel:
Shifter:
Gears: Motive 3.42
Suspension: stock
Wheels: Stock 16 inch
Brake Rotors/Pads:
Tires Goodyear HP Ultras 255-ZR50/16 rear--245ZR50/16 fr
Weight with driver (lbs): 0
Track: Kansas City International Raceway, MO, USA
 Record Modified: November 20th, 2006

Additional parts, modifications, upgrades & information:
(0-60, weight, upgrades parts, etc...)
Race weight = 3620 lbs.
Car started slowing down after new tires added 6/21/05...
Have been putting ice on plenum & runners...
this seems to help more than anything else...
Added:
Jet TPI air foil...
K & N air filters...
Gutted air boxes...
Items that didn\'t improve performance:
TPIS plug wires...
Bosch platinum plugs...
Throttle body coolant bypass...
Empire Inland aluminum drive shaft...
Small gains in performance from:
March steel underdrive pulleys # 4405...
Edelbrock ceramic coated TES headers...
Flowmaster American Thunder 3\" Catback...
Catco dual cat replacements...
Before the 1/4 mile track @ NE Motorplex closed
at the end of 2005, I was able to attain my first
personal best that started this page...
10/7/05... temp was 34*...
60\' = 1.958
1/8 = 8.822 @ 77.88 MPH
1/4 = 13.851 @ 98.060 MPH

4/22/06 added TPIS MAT relocation kit...no help!!!
5/12/06 installed a Meziere electric water pump...
Help performance some...
6/30/06 installed Motive Gear master kit & 3.42 gears...
Helped performance a little more...
10/20/06 installed Spohn adj. torque arm...
UMI lower control arms & relocation brackets...
UMI adj. pan hard bar...all items added 40 lbs. to car...
RACE WEIGHT NOW = 3660 lbs.
The suspension items DID NOT lower my 60\'
by .10 seconds as I was told...But the torque arm is
set @ zero true pinion angle, so I\'m sure more adjustments will be made next year.
But with 64* temps & lots of ice on the plenum
I have finally hit triple digits @ KCIR
60' = 1.868
1/8 = 8.671 @ 79.25 MPH
1/4 = 13.591 @ 100.26 MPH
Later that night when the temps hit 60.8*
I did it again with a:
60' = 1.846
1/8 = 8.663 @ 78.99 MPH
1/4 = 13.588 @ 100.14 MPH
Spent Nov. 12 @ KCIR... made 10 passes... this one was the only one under 100 mph but it had the quickest time.
Fastest speed for the day was 100.87 mph on a 13.611 pass.

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