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That LS7 car should be the Z28 with some appearance changes. Anyone know the specs on that white 91-92 Z28? Some accessories make the 5th look more Third Gen it seems. It's nice to see GM putting effort into this car overall. Some things I personally like are:
-Grill recess black on LS7
-Back panel black on LS7
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"Hard acceleration in the Z28 and IROC-Z produces a sensation that was the forte of American Musclecars in the 60's, a sensation I thought was gone." - Third Gen TPI magazine review
First post I have a 1984 camaro with a Nelson Racing Twin Turbo 427 small block 1800hp,Electromotive Tec 3 engine management system, Billet intake manifold (with 16 injectors) and billet valve covers,Ron Davis radiator and inter-cooler,Custom built 4L80E transmission with TCI controls, Ricks hot rod shop duel pump stainless fuel tank, Aeromotive fuel pumps, Aje tubular K member, Spohn suspention upgrades, Moser 9 inch 35 spline, Lemmons duel 3 inch stainless oval exhaust, Full roll cage and frame mods, Baer brakes, 18 X 10 and 18" x 12" Fikse wheels, 345 rear rubber, Air conditioning, power windows, power mirrors, power locks, plus many more goodies. The guy in pic is Tom Nelson. Paint, Body, Engine compartment fabwork, Interior and assembly was done by myself. Tom is doing the engine, plumbing, Intake, mini tubbing, and 80e install. Thanks to my sponsors Ricks hot rod shop, Optima batteries, Nelson racing engines
Any chance that Jason / Chris can get some idea on how that Hurst shifter feels / operates? I've been looking for the info and I'm hoping it'll come out of SEMA. Things like shift effort, change in how long the throw is, how crisp it is, etc....
I'm sure I'm not the only guy considering the Hurst option....
Would like some close-ups of those part numbers, please.
Doesn't matter. I called my dealer yesterday and made a blind call to the parts department asking for a price on the cat-back. Number wasn't valid. When I told him where it come from, he said it was most likely a place holder for now. We'll see down the road though.