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1998 Camaro Z28 0-153 MPH Run

My 1998 Camaro Z28 doing a run from 0-153 MPH. Car setup: Mac mid-length headers, Mac off road y-pipe, Magnaflow catback, SLP lid, EFILive tuning, stock automatic w/2.73 gears in the back. Camera details: Canon PowerShot A510. I had enough "track" this time but was coming up fast on some traffic. ;) Latest mods in addition to those previously listed are: LS6 intake manifold, Fast Toys ram air, Continental 3400 stall torque converter, built 4L60E.


 


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