TIE1-ON 1992 Camaro Z28 *New* Dynomax X-Muffler
Just welded up a true dual 2.5" Exhaust off of Hooker LT headers to a Dynomax X-Muffler. Idling at
about 1100 - 1200 RPMs (idle needs to be stepped down a bit). Anyways it
sounds better than the other vids I have on You Tube of it idling with
Heddman block hugger headers running to a single Y-pipe to a single
in/single out muffler doesn't it? It doesn't sound like an old tractor
Camaro 2.8 85' The pedal to the metal
Having fun before the winter.. New Exhaust on the car, straight pipes to the
muffler in the back, no more leaks. The timing was adjusted by ear, might
be too advanced.. oh well, Gotta loves them 80's
91 Camaro rs - two
This is the making of a new life of this 91 Camaro rs. My brother and I
installed a Corvette LT-1 engine, air ride, removed the door handles, and
painted the car Black gave it 12 coats of Black and 12 coats of Clear coat
giving us that mirror finish.
92 Camaro No Mufflers
92 RS 350 with straight pipes. Its runnin real rich so thats the smoke you
see. The ridiculous spoiler is gone now.
88 Camaro true dual exhaust
Old Video with Old engine.
Then- 305 with a T5 transmission with stock manifolds and true dual Exhaust into flowmaster 10 series mufflers.
Now- 400 with a T56 transmission with hooker shorty headers and same Exhaust (true duals with flowmaster 10
This was in the garage so i will have to get another one with the car
132635 / 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
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This sizzling black and orange 1979 Camaro is a documented, numbers
matching Z28 that is fresh out of a top-notch restoration which combines
the best virtues of originality with straight body and a fresh interior.
Built in Van Nuys, California and delivered to William H. Stahl Chevrolet
in Southampton, Pennsylvania this 1979 Z28 looks flat out sinister in its
slick coat of correct GM code 19 black paint. During its 32 years of
careful and limited road time, this F2 has never been wrecked,
significantly damaged in any way or torn apart for itemized repairs.
Recently, the car was fully restored to better than new condition and
presents exceptionally straight panel alignment which lends the fresh gloss
black basecoat/clearcoat a straight and smooth sheen from panel to panel.
Pop the hood on this cool '79 F-body and you'll find the cars original LM1
350 cubic inch small block V8! Mechanically, this 350 is a great sounding
motor that has been immaculately maintained throughout its entire
existence. Visually, it's a clean piece in a highly correct engine
compartment that presents extremely well. Just below the hood, a satin
black air cleaner pipes cool air into a correct Quadrajet carburetor that's
equipped with a correct yellow spring. Below that carburetor, the engine
block displays GM's traditional corporate blue paint from its intake to its
oil pan and sends Exhaust through
original cast iron Exhaust manifolds
that still retain their factory heat shields. At the back of the motor, a
correct Delco-Remy HEI distributor sends fire through gray suppression plug
wires, and at the front of the motor, a new battery and fresh cables join
correct hoses, correct clamps and fresh V-belts to provide rock solid
Underneath this Camaro,
straight and solid floorpans are bolted to a clean 32 year old chassis over
an original 3-speed turbo-Hydramatic
automatic transmission and a correct option GU6 10 bolt Posi-traction rear
axle with performance biased 3.42 gears. If you're a Chevrolet fan, then
you know any time an F option code is listed on the build sheet, it means
some serious suspension upgrades. According to this Camaros build sheet, it is
equipped with the Z28 specific F41 special suspension which for 1979, added
higher rate springs, stiffer valved shocks, and a thick rear sway bar. That
aggressive handling package is further augmented by correct J50 power front
disc and power rear drum brakes and factory equipped power steering. At the
center of the car, a fresh mandrel bent dual Exhaust system makes good use of an H-pipe and
factory replacement mufflers; and at the back of the car a new stainless
fuel tank sends fuel through new stainless fuel lines. Torque flows to the
pavement through beautifully restored 15 inch GM turbine wheels that wear
modern 225/70 BF Goodrich Radial T/As at all four corners.
This Camaro's well
maintained GM code 74R Carmine Red interior looks good and feels great. The
custom cloth seats benefit from firm padding and solid frames that are in
excellent shape, and great looking reproduction carpet is protected by
correct front and rear factory optioned floor mats. On the roof, a tight
headliner frames a round dome light that, along with all of the other
factory optioned accessory lights, works like brand new. Between the seats,
a red full length console houses a correct factory shifter in front of
chrome switches for the cars optional power windows. In front of the
shifter, a soft and warp free dash houses new for 1979 gauges above
controls for the cars HVAC system and a date correct radio. At the sides of
the seats, stainless trimmed door panels feature cool "Z28" emblems along
with stainless trim, chrome door handles and like-new door grabs. The
simulated rope steering wheel looks perfect atop its red tilt column, and
behind the rear seats, you'll find a restored trunk that contains a correct
14 inch Stowaway spare tire.
With an original numbers matching drivetrain and a killer color
combination, this '79 Z28 is the kind of car that you can drive and show
off for years while watching its value grow. Call, click or visit
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1992 Camaro RS 305 v8 no muffler (Straight Pipe)
This is my 1992 Camaro
My great uncle was the original owner, when he past away he gave it to my
aunt, which she gave to me on my 16th b-day (my first car)
A 305 tbi small block I dressed up a little one weekend with spare parts.
Exhuast is a Y-pipe to a single catalytic converter and ends before the
I would consider it a straight pipe if not for the cat. converter I need in
order to pass smog.
Thanks for watching!
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