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Jan 7, 2007 at 4:11 am
nice, hopefully mine will hold together with an auburn pro limited slip and good axles. i plan on building the motor to 350-400hp with an st10 4 speed trans behind it. so it should be alittle more fun than a peg leg with an auto
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Dec 5, 2006 at 12:53 am
hey nice Z28. just curious, do you have any problems with the eaton limited slip? cause i've heard 7.5's break with any amount of hp put to em. reason for asking is cause my s10 is a one wheel wonder and i wanna put a limited slip in it.
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Oct 3, 2006 at 10:41 pm
Thanks, you got one nice Z to. Any other plans for your Z?

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1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 ("Cameron")

Last updated Sep 19, 2006  

Photo of a 1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 ("Cameron")


57000 miles on her now, she makes me smile!! oh and i paid way to much jus cuz as soon as i saw it i HAD to have it!!!!!


5.7 LT1,M6, 7.5" rear end

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Slp Intake, Trickflow ceramic coated elbow,granatelli MAF, MSD-ignition6AL, msd wires,ngk plugs, msd blaster coil B&M shortthrow, A/C Delete! all spohn: LCA's adj. panhard rod, crossmember with d.s loop, crossmember mounted torque arm, front and rear sway's, and a shock tower brace,also subfame connectors, the rear is still a 10 bolt but fully rebuilt with an eaton carrier, all ratech bearings and seals and races, and richmond 4:10 ratio gears, and a thunderracing girdle. cat deleted and i custom made my own exhaust to delete my muffler. oh and 16" zr1's in which the fronts are wrapped in nitto 450 extremes, and the rear end is wrapped in bf goodrich drag radials

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