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1994 Chevrolet Camaro B4C (Betsy)

Last updated May 14, 2008  

Photo of a 1994 Chevrolet Camaro B4C (Betsy)


I purchased my Camaro on May 1, 1996, when I was 22 years old. Do the math, and you'll see that I've owned this car for over 1/3 of my life; kinda puts it into perspective, doesn't it?

I love this car just as much today as I did 12 years ago. I still remember the first time I drove it after purchasing it, and how excited I was!

What I love most about the car is that it looks totally stock, and gets mistaken for a V6 more often than I can count. I don't know how that's possible, considering the choppy idle and how loud the exhaust is. Well, whatever the case, those people aren't laughing at it after the race!



GM LT4 Hot Cam
Trick Flow 195cc heads
decked block
magnafluxed block
align-honed block
block bored .030 to 355ci
Speed Pro (TRW) forged pistons (9.7:1 compression)
Federal Mogul piston rings
GM 1.6 roller rocker arms
balanced/polished factory crankshaft
reconditioned factory hardened pushrods
reconditioned factory connecting rods
ported factory intake manifold
Cloyes heavy duty timing chain
GM high performance optispark distributor
MSD spark plug wires
NGK FR-55 spark plugs
Hypertech throttlebody air foil
Moroso cold air intake
GM LT4 knock module custome PCM tuning (by Bryan Herter)
polyurethane engine mounts


Hooker long-tube competition headers
Hooker y-pipe
Hooker cat-back exhaust


Superior shift kit
TCI 2400 rpm stall converter
factory 3.23 gears
B&M transmission cooler
polyurethane transmission mount


polyurethane swaybar bushings
Yokohama V4S all season performance tires
SSBC slotted factory-sized rotors
SSBC factory-sized performance brake pads