What do you need to know about a 94 Z28 camaro?
4l60e transmission and they suck i own a 94 z28 replaced 3 of em
3.42 should be stock.
Yes, it does.
yes it should bolt right in, if not just switch the bracket on the bottom of the seat
usually engine size. all Z28 are either 5.0 or 5.7 and the RS is either a V6 (3.8 I think) or a 5.0. If the Z and the RS both have 5.0's there will be engine enhancements such as throttle body injection in the RS where as the Z28 had tuned port injection, and other minor mods to the engine and suspension. In other words the Z28 was a little bit better and faster than the 8 cylinder RS.
That's easy because there was no Camaro SS in 1994
If it's a stock 94 3.4 camaro then it will be 160 hp,if it's a stock 94 5.7 (lt1) z28 then it will be 275 hp.
What about the timming
4L60E came in 94+
325 @ 2000rpm
None, the RS package wasn't available on the Camaro in 1984
Stock 1993-1997 Camaro (non z28 or Rs) came with a 3.4 sfi motor. All the rs camaros came with the 3.8 sfi motor. So no there is no difference
There Are 4 Types Of Camaros The Regular Then The RS Then The Z28 Then The SS
The 350 was not offered in the RS.It could only be had in the Z28 unless it wasa B4C police package car which was a Z28 with RS trim.
find a posi out of a z28 and swap the whole axle assembly
Most likely if it is an automatic it is a 700 r4 in the 92 camaro. It will fit but the 700 r4 doesnt have the torque ratings of a 4L60 or 4L60e that came in the 94. Depending on the torque output on the z28, you might end up blowing up the 700 r4. So your best bet is to get a 4L60 or have the 700 r4 rebuilt and "bulletproofed".
At least 40 psi
the back speaker size is 6.5