2015 Porsche 911 GT3 vs 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28! - Head 2 Head Ep. 60
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Carlos Lago hosts a face-off between the
Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
and Porsche 911 GT3. Both cars are bred for track performance and
driver’s satisfaction, each packing high-revving, dry-sump engines,
carbon ceramic brakes, and big wings. The huge price disparity makes this
an odd pairing, but after considering each car’s hardcore focus on
performance, we couldn’t resist the idea of getting them together. The Camaro makes more power,
but the Porsche’s lighter. Which one’s faster? Find out of this episode of
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Twin turbo Outlaw Camaro
Matthew Grubisa's sensational looking Outlaw 1970.5 Chevy Camaro runs a personal best pass.
Power comes from a 622ci big block Chev V8 engine Boost by a pair of large Precision Pro Mod
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APSA Australian Pro Street Association Grand Finals, Sydney Dragway,
Australia - November 29th 2014
Chevrolet Camaro [ 70.5
Proline BBC 622ci V8 engine
Precision Pro Mod 94mm turbochargers
ProTrans T400 trans, Pro Torque converter
40-spline full floater rear
Big Stuff 3 EFI, Precision injectors
Racepack logger, methanol fuel
APSA Class: Outlaw 10.5W
BK Race Engines
fast, crazy, fun, stock 2.53:1 ratio rearend gears no posi ,modifide engine
,stock trans, modifide Exhaust
i need to post a new video because i now have 3.90:1 rearend gears with
posi and have done more modifications to the engine
81 Camaro Z28 breaking in the motor
This is my 1981 Camaro
Z28. Original 5.0 with a 4-speed. Just minutes after firing up the freshly
rebuilt numbers matching motor. A few internal mods (that won't affect CA
smog) include: Flat top pistons, Serdi work on the stock heads, larger 1.94
Exhaust valves and a very mild cam.
Car still has it's stock Exhaust
including the flat Cat and GM resonators. Sounds Sweet!
Camaro Ownership Changes Life Path
How many classic car owners can point to the single car in their collection
that embodies their automotive education? How many enthusiasts can point to
one vehicle that set them on their life path? On both fronts, Adam Martin
As a sixteen year-old in 1990s Minnesota, Martin used his pizza-making
earnings to buy a primer-gray 1968 Chevrolet Camaro–complete with Cragar
wheels, of course–that had been ridden hard and put away wet. Aside from
being able to change oil and identify a spark plug, the teenage Martin knew
little about mechanics but quickly set out to educate himself. To this day,
the Camaro retains the
marks (one might even say scars) of this education.
Ask about that semi-circle imprint in the paint on the rear decklid and
Martin will recount teaching himself to paint and do bodywork during one
cold Minnesota winter. As he was spraying panels in his family’s old
wooden garage, a coat hanger felt onto the freshly sprayed decklid leaving
the imprint that remains to this day.
And why do those beautiful ceramic-coated Exhaust headers look like someone took a hammer
to them? Because someone did. Having proudly built himself a new 454 cubic
inch engine for the car, a teenage Martin figured the engine also needed
some snazzy Hooker Super Competition Exhaust headers to match. Trouble was, he
couldn’t figure out how to fit all the pieces together in the engine bay
and finally resorted to “tailoring” the headers with a hammer in order
bring the entire project to a close.