No, gear ratios are different.
NO it will not.
In 1994 there was no SS Camaro. The Z28 had a 5.7 liter V8. The base Camaro had a V6.
what engine does it have, the v6 or v8?
Depends whether it's a V6 or V8
An RS camaro came stock with a v6 but came had the option of a v8, turns out most RS's were v8's
the transmission used in the v6 is the same as the transsmission in the V8 and they can be swapped either way. as in you can match the v8 with a v6 tranny or a v6 with a v8 tranny the bellhousing lines up the same
Well the 1992 RS automatic is like 170 HP. I had a V6 Swapped out for a V8 on my camaro, I don't know how much it was. My car was a 1983 Camaro with 107HP V6, replaced it with a 1992 RS V8 170HP.
There is a v6 and a v8 model
no the v6 front springs are around 87 lb/in lighter than the v8 and the rear on a v6 are 14.6 lb/in lighter
The V8 Mustang. It all makes since!
Probably not. You have to see if both cars are auto or manual trans. If auto, the V8 will have trans cooler lines into the radiator, not sure if the V6 uses these.
They made both V6's & V8's? Check your vin #. What kinda silly question is this?
v8: 155 with governor 175-180 without v6: 118 with governor 155 without
Camaro Models(prices include $750 destination)1EE37 - Camaro LS: $22,995 V61EF37 - Camaro 1LT: $24,630 V61EH37 - Camaro 2LT: $27,330 V61ES37 - Camaro 1SS: $30,995 V81ET37 - Camaro 2SS: $34,180 V8
One with a V8 bolted to the front of it !
Either the 3.1 V6 or 5.0 V8
V6? V8? Be more specific
Either a 3.6L V6 or a 6.0L V8
The 1995 Z28 camaro has a v8 engine in it. That engine is a ctually a steel version of the corvette engine. Since there are 1995 camaros with v8 engines in them, you can probably fit a v8 into your car.
Depending whether it was a V6 or a V8, there were different transmissions. The V6's standard transmission was a 5-speed manual with an optional 4L60E automatic. The V8 had a standard 6 speed Borg-Warner T-56 manual with an optional 4L60E automatic.