LT1 Camaro Seafoam: Before and After
The car is a 1994 LT1 Camaro with a little over 82,000
miles. It has never been seafoamed. I sucked about a half of a can in
through the brake Booster line.
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Glance at a 1984 Z28 / Test drive.
My Camaro Z28 from
1984, 350ci GM Goodwrench crate engine with Comp Cams 268H camshaft, T5
transmission. Filmed in France, in 25 fps interlaced mode.
New Spot ManCamaro :
1983 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2 Owner Iroc v8 Classic $2500
This is a very nice 83 Chevy Camaro Z-28 V8 Rally wheels etc.
You are going to love this car it is a 2 Owner car and has been very well
taken care of it will need a little here and there but right now ust hop in
and drive it this car is ready to go and youll be hard pressed to find one
in this shape for this kind of money. make sure and check out my other
videos on my Channel and Subscribe i am always getting in all sorts of
unique and Interesting Classic, Muscle and EURO cars also you can check out
my Web site at www.Cerealmarshmallows.com Click on Blog to see alot of my
cars Nathan Wratislaw 406 544 6919
1984 Z28 Camaro Project Car
My dad's 1984 Chevrolet Z28 Camaro.
I no longer plan to restore and use this car as a daily driver. I will be
buying an older pickup truck and will restore it and I will upload videos
of the restoration process of it.
I will restore this car at a later time. Fuel economy plays a big role in
this decision and I really
would like something that already runs and doesn't have 200k miles and that
gets better than 8 to 10 mpg and doesn't have rust holes everywhere. I have
been finding more and more big problems with this car than I first thought
there were and it is cheeper for me to get a more practical and a bit
better on gas. I hope this doesn't dissapoint anyone and I hope you guys
enjoy the videos to come!
Shout out to gearheadAbe
Keep up the good videos!
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - 3RD Gen Road Thrash Six Speed!
A simple morning drive featuring a 1982 Camaro Z28 with a few mechanical
updates. This car was built to be driven and I do... a lot.
Here's a list of some of the additions:
Baer T4 Cross drilled and slotted brakes
GM Performance 290 HP 350 c.i. crate engine
Flowmaster 3" Exhaust
Koni adjustable shocks
2002 Standard Corvette Rims
Flaming River quick ratio steering box and leather wheel
OMP racing seats
6 point mild steel cage
6 Speed manual transmission built by Hanlon Motorsports
...and the seriously sweet Alpine cassette stereo from the 80's!
Spike 1986 LS1 swaped Camaro
A day at the Dyno for
calibration. April 30, 2011.
About the car (from my brother SpikeIROC) :
- The car is an 1986 Camaro IROC.
- Headlights are eBay cheapos that will soon be swapped for LED
- It put down 400 whp and 390 tq thu a T56 and a fabbed 9" rear end.
- Brakes are C6Z front and rear.
- I swapped hatch to get the cleaner look I was looking for.
- It was trailered to the Dyno because it was not tuned
and I was not willing to risk damaging my new engine.
- The car The wheels are Bonspeed Intense 5. They are now powdercoated
Some more information about my brother's car can be found here :
1982 Z28 - My First Project
This is an older video that I made when I was 16/17 when we first put
everything together. Things have changed a little bit, and I will post
video of the car soon.
My Camaro Loves Sea Foam
So there I am walking through Walmart in a zombie daze when I find myself
in the automotive aisle. I begin reading all the labels on the different
'Motor Treatment' products, but one stands out. Sea Foam, in it's
nondescript can, claims to reduce or eliminate engine ticks and pings while
removing carbon, gum, and buildup from high-mileage engines. I was
understandably skeptical, since this miracle in a can only cost $6.00.
After I got home, I did a little post-sale research on YouTube. To my
surprise, there are hundreds of videos praising this product. Anyway, the
next day I warmed the engine and per instructions, disconnected the Brake
Booster Vacuum Line and SLOWLY fed
the Sea Foam into the line. The engine nearly stalled several times, but
overall took it very well. I confirmed my suspicion of an Exhaust manifold leak when the fog began pouring
from the left of the engine. I shut the engine off and let it sit for 30
minutes before starting the camera and engine. You see the results. The
results were nothing short of immediate and unbelievable. Not only did the
engine idle 300% smoother, but the ticking was nearly inaudible and the
throttle response was both powerful and instant. Now, I know I am supposed
to drive it like I stole it for about ten miles after the treatment, but as
you can see, I don't yet have a plate or tags, or insurance, so that will
have to wait. Long story short. I LOVE SEA FOAM!!!!
3rd Gen Camaro - Fox-Body Mustang (the good, bad and the ugly)
Most car guys don't know the difference between the 230hp G92 optioned
models, or the 5-speed and automatic models, or the 170hp lackluster TBI
versions (not to be confused with TPI versions)... Mustang guys smoke the 170hp TBI
models, as well as the "run of the mill" TPI automatic models, and believe
they can do this to any and all. Well, not all 3rd Gen F-bodies are created
equal. Optioned from the factory with the 230hp TPI (not TBI) engine,
manual 5-speed tranny and 3.42 gears, these 3rd Gen F-body sleepers gave
5.0 Mustangs absolute hell.
In 1990 the G92 option code became a full performance package rather than
simply a rear axle option as in previous model years... GM also offered an
answer to the Saleen Mustangs by way of option 1LE, which
consisted of the G92 optioned without A/C and other creature comforts, and
the addition of Corvette brakes and other road racing equipment.
About the only way an IROC-Z Camaro could take out a 5.0L Mustang from this era was with
the Tuned Port Induction and addition of these performance options: G92,
1LE, L98 or B4C.
The TBI powered Camaro
were not at all in the same league as the performance version TPI Camaro, or 5.0 Mustang, these 170hp TBI models were
GM's economy de-tuned versions and were around 50-60 less horsepower versus the
performance optioned TPI models. These non-performing models gave the 3rd
Gen F-bodies a bad rep on the street... many think that these were the
example of 3rd Gen F-bodies, when in fact, and unlike Ford, GM offered many
models, with many engines, camshafts and rear-gear ratios...
For more info on these rare optioned Camaro & Firebird, check out
http://www.V8ponycars.com or the Mustang guys can check out
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For more details on the G92-optioned F-Bodies, check out: