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Short video we put together just for fun of my 2002 Camaro Z28 35th Anniversary Edition. Fly by and 0-125mph. Mods listed below, it's a long list... Performance Modifications: LS6 intake ported Ported stock TB 243 LS6 heads (off 2003 C5Z06 13k miles) ARP head bolts Nextec Manley Dual springs w/titanium retainers Comp R lifters Katech C5R timing chain and gears Katech stock rod bolts Ported Katech oil pump Custom Cam 230/240- 598/603 113LSA ASP under drive pulley MSD wires, NGK TR55 plugs American racing 1 7/8 headers, Offroad Ypipe 3in w/customer 4in merge collector (made by American racing headers), B&B Catback with Manual cutout 255lph in tank fuel pump 42lbs GM white injectors SLP 85mm MAF FLP air lid and K&N air filter smooth bellows Engine Dynojet Performance 413rwhp/383rwtq-Tuned By Jeremy Formatto/fasterproms Performance out of Florida Suspension modifications: Strange coil over 3 way adjustables on all 4 corners BMR red rear springs Spohn Tubular front K-member black Spohn frame connectors boxed Dual adjustable Panhard bar Solid polyurethane transmission mount Rear drag bar adjustable MWC Driveline modifications: Mid West Chassis Fab 9in rear (black) 4.10 rear gears Adjustable body mount torq arm Adjustable lower control arms Denny's driveshaft shop 1000hp aluminum driveshaft 6spd RKT56 built transmission all internals gone over, replaced synchro's bronze sliders, billet keys etc etc built transmission Textralia 0Z700HD clutch Tick Adjustable master cylinder Pro 5.0 short shifter with custom Z28 Pistol Grip Shifter Body modifications: SS rear spoiler 17x9, 17x11 dark grey Torque thrust rims 275/40/17 front nittos, 315/30/17 rear nittos-tires are in near new condition Windows tinted


 


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470RWHP 2002 LS1 Camaro on the way to work, and a Prius...
Headin to work in my 2002 Camaro Z28 with ~470rwhp. And a very stereotypical Prius. *Sold now for $12,000* Performance Modifications: LS6 intake ported Ported stock TB 243 LS6 heads (off 2003 C5Z06 13k miles) ARP head bolts Nextec Manley Dual springs w/titanium retainers Comp R lifters Katech C5R timing chain and gears Katech stock rod bolts Ported Katech oil pump Custom Cam 230/240- 598/603 113LSA ASP under drive pulley MSD wires, NGK TR55 plugs American racing 1 7/8 headers, Offroad Ypipe 3in w/customer 4in merge collector (made by American racing headers), Mufflex 4in catback (magnaflow muffler) 255lph in tank fuel pump 42lbs GM white injectors SLP 85mm MAF FLP air lid and K&N air filter smooth bellows Suspension modifications: Strange coil over 3 way adjustables on all 4 corners BMR red rear springs Spohn Tubular front K-member black Spohn frame connectors boxed Dual adjustable Panhard bar Solid polyurethane transmission mount Rear drag bar adjustable MWC Driveline modifications: Mid West Chassis Fab 9in rear (black) 4.10 rear gears Adjustable body mount torq arm Adjustable lower control arms Denny's driveshaft shop 1000hp aluminum driveshaft 6spd RKT56 built transmission all internals gone over, replaced synchro's bronze sliders, billet keys etc etc built transmission Textralia 0Z700HD clutch Tick Adjustable master cylinder Pro 5.0 short shifter with SLP leather knob Body modifications: SS rear spoiler 17x9, 17x11 dark grey Torque thrust rims 275/40/17 front nittos, 315/30/17 rear nittos-tires are in near new condition Windows tinted MISC: Alpine CD player with Ipod hook up, Wilwood ABS delete and proportioning valve, Line lock kit. Front sway bar delete.





Girlfriend showing off my Camaro SS
My girlfriend took my car around the parking garage and made a few revs, enjoy!





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Camaro puts aggressive Acura back in its place
100% stock (right down to the paper air filter) 1993 LT1 powered Camaro automatic, out for a cruise after a couple base Dyno pulls, and ran into an Acura Integra with a few bolt-on mods... The Acura fellas started it, lol... actually chatted with the Teggy fellas after, and they were really cool guys, so don't bash 'em... The first thing they asked us was, "man, whatcha got done to that thing?..." and they were a bit shocked when we replied that it was just a stock Camaro LT1 version and not the more powerful LS1 model. I don't think they had ever messed around with a V8 engined Z28 before. "Surely a Domestic VS Import war will start from this video... but it is what it is, and mature and true car enthusiasts know this and appreciate all cars for what they are. Anything can by made FAST if you have the bucks, but don't race an American Performance car with an economy run-about and get mad when it loses" and cry about it in the comments... A V8 powered Camaro is supposed to beat an economy car, unless of course you don't have a mortgage or kids, or live in your Mothers basement, or have dropped 10 grand in it...LOL!!! More LT1 Camaro footage at www.V8ponycars.com and www.Mustang-Town.com Shot and produced by nedaCFilms, with background music produced by Rick Clarke (aka: Rickvanman) @ "Free Music 4 your vids" http://www.music4yourvids.co.uk





Thumping 370 Forged LS3...NASTY (first start)
First start on initial break-in tune so please forgive stalling issues (actually throttle screw just needed tightening - doesn't stall anymore). Forged 370 - LQ9 Block ARP studs/fastened everything Advanced Induction worked/ported 267cc LS3 heads N2O Outlet direct port and dedicated fuel cell (pill'd to 500rwhp) Pat G spec'd nasty n2o Cam self-ported LS3 intake manifold Koni/UMI everything (suspension) built t-56 ASP 3.5" driveshaft QP Wavetrac'd 9" 2012 Pioneer flagship Nav/Audio/Video Screen Fully leather wrapped, double french stitched interior, and backseat deleted for... FOUR 10lb n2o bottles, FOUR NANO 4500 bottles Two 13.5" JL W6v2 (one behind driver and passenger seat) 19x14(R) 19x9(F) iForged Aeros (flared rear quarters, rear bumber and sideskirts) C6 Z06 front brakes (laser blue) with "Trans Am" and firebird decals. Clear coated over. So much to list, just know it's done right. New vids on the way. UPDATE: It's a wide body now - http://ls1tech.com/forums/texas-members/1546200-finished-my-wide-body-t-pro ject-just-saying-whats-up.html





2000 Camaro SS 0-120 mph M6 4.11 Gears
Testing recently installed midwest chassis 9" with 4.11 gears.





STREET CERTIFIED PICNIC PART 2 BURN OUTS DONUTS AND SLIDING
NIGGAS GET CRACKIN AFTER THE PICNIC THE PIT CREW PLUS OAKLAND IS OUT THERE





TURBO LT1 vs Supercharged LS1 (Police Show up)
turbo Lt1 has Ls1 front end conversion. 2nd gear 40 due to both cars not having D/Rs Ls1 is stock with Vortech G-Trim (non Intercooled) @ 9lbs of Boost LT1 67mm turbo, Partial Tune @ 7lbs of Boost SUBSCRIBE TO NCR!! (performed on closed locations)





Trans Am 4.10 gears 0-150 speedo
Misc. -Not Stock. -Off bottle, 412rwhp 396rwtq More Info: -http://www.fquick.com/fccs And YES, the speedo is calibrated for the 50th time. Please check here for help: http://www.f-body.org/gears/





1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 POV test drive
We take a 1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 around the block for a test drive





LS1 Engine Removal in an F-Body
Easiest way to remove your LS engine from a 4th Gen Firebird or Camaro





LS1 Gettin Sideways in 4th Gear
Check out my new video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SurxFqoC3T0 Just a quick launch video of my 2002 Z28 Camaro. This is my first launch /burnout in this car. To see it at the 1/4, follow this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9_OF_gknEs 0-125mph video follow this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBbtp97n60c Performance Modifications: LS6 intake ported Ported stock TB 243 LS6 heads (off 2003 C5Z06 13k miles) ARP head bolts Nextec Manley Dual springs w/titanium retainers Comp R lifters Katech C5R timing chain and gears Katech stock rod bolts Ported Katech oil pump Custom Cam 230/240- 598/603 113LSA ASP under drive pulley MSD wires, NGK TR55 plugs American racing 1 7/8 headers, Offroad Ypipe 3in w/customer 4in merge collector (made by American racing headers), Mufflex 4in catback (magnaflow muffler) 255lph in tank fuel pump 42lbs GM white injectors SLP 85mm MAF FLP air lid and K&N air filter smooth bellows Engine Dynojet Performance 413rwhp/383rwtq-Tuned By Jeremy Formatto/fasterproms Performance out of Florida Suspension modifications: Strange coil over 3 way adjustables on all 4 corners BMR red rear springs Spohn Tubular front K-member black Spohn frame connectors boxed Dual adjustable Panhard bar Solid polyurethane transmission mount Rear drag bar adjustable MWC Driveline modifications: Mid West Chassis Fab 9in rear (black) 4.10 rear gears Adjustable body mount torq arm Adjustable lower control arms Denny's driveshaft shop 1000hp aluminum driveshaft 6spd RKT56 built transmission all internals gone over, replaced synchro's bronze sliders, billet keys etc etc built transmission Textralia 0Z700HD clutch Tick Adjustable master cylinder Pro 5.0 short shifter with SLP leather knob Body modifications: SS rear spoiler 17x9, 17x11 dark grey Torque thrust rims 275/40/17 front nittos, 315/30/17 rear nittos-tires are in near new condition Windows tinted MISC: Alpine CD player with Ipod hook up, Wilwood ABS delete and proportioning valve, Line lock kit. Front sway bar delete.





Viper Truck vs 98 SS
Viper SRT-10 Truck Corsa Exhaust 98 Camaro SS Stage 3 Heads, G5X3 Cam, bolt-ons





Lamborghini Jalpa with LS1 V8 power
A very rare sight on the road, Nick's Lambo Jalpa is a little different from most in that the factory 3.5L V8 has been put aside in favour of a stock standard GM 346ci LS1 engine. Mated to a Toyota MR2 trans-axle gearbox, the best time for the night was 11.8 at 124mph. http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au





LS1 Camaro Cam and Valvespring swap
Video from my first LS1 cam swap. All done with this very helpful how-to: http://www.ls1howto.com/index.php?article=23





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