LT1 Camaro bolt-ons (before and after)
50hp gain to your LT1 with easy bolt-on mods... Exhaust, Cold-Air Kit, Chip and Underdrive Crank
Pulley... and the 6-speed models will do even better.
Old LT1 footage, shot many years ago... shows just how easy it is to
produce a solid 300hp @ the wheels, if this were the 6-speed version, it
would most likely pulled 300hp @ the wheels.
After tweaks and adjustments, the owner ran a 13.1 second 1/4 mile time.
Produced by John (Trae) King @ nedaCFilms, Mustang-Town.com &
LS1 WS6 with Longtubes, Xpipe, Dual Loudmouth II mufflers
Quick camera phone video for new Exhaust setup. Crappy sound quality. Sounds way
better in person. Smooth, tame, yet noticeable Exhaust. Tailpipes to the bumper are on a
flange, and easily installed and removed. Stock 3.42 gear 10bolt. (Now has
a Moser 9" with 4.11s)
Mods that affect the sound: Patriot 225/229 .580/.590 114+4 cam, Pacesetter
Longtubes, 3" x-pipe into dual SLP Loudmouth II mufflers dumped.
Picture of new tips:
1993, GM unleashes LT1 Hell on Ford's Mustang Cobra
http://www.StreetShowDriftDrags.com There was a huge buzz back in 1993 with
the new 5.7 liter 6-speed LT1 Camaro Z28 hitting the streets...
not only were they smoking 5.0 Mustangs on the street, they were
dominating the tracks as well. The LT1 powered F-Body took America by storm
upon arrival, the Fox-Body platformed 5.0 Mustang as well as Ford's top dog '93
offerings, the beloved SVT Cobra, could not reel in the Camaro Z28. 1994 and 1995 were
disappointing for the Mustang GT as well as SVT Cobra. Not
until the following year, 1996, would Ford finally produce a Mustang to handle the LT1 Camaro Z28. The new 305hp SVT
Cobra... but GM had another ace in the sleeve with the newly optioned SS
models from SLP, also producing factory 305hp, and again keeping the "best
performing '90s V8 Ponycar" title.