there is no such thing as cheap go fast parts on a TPI. To gain more horsepower will require injector changes, cam ,upper intake assy, high flow cat converters as well as a ecm reprogram or chip, A high flow exhaust would be a good start.
The easiest place to find parts for an Iroc Camaro would be from an online retailer. Some choices that sell these parts include eBay, Slick Car, and Classic Industries.
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
The 2010 Camaro would win.
the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. This guy has no idea what he is saying. Mustang @ crank meaning all out 193 camaro 200 stock and about 210 @ crank So do the math camaro
I would go with a Subaru Forester because it is inexpensive the parts are easy to find and it gets very good gas mileage
My first thought is no. However, your local auto wrecking yard, would be my first attempt, at verifying, for sure. They have "interchange" books, that tell what parts will interchange with others..........Chuck.
a 350 is a Chevy motor, if it doesnt work you will need to cut some parts out to make it fit haha
The camaro would win.
I would say the camaro depending on what year your talking about.
I don't see why not! But why would you want to do that?
To me, I think the Shelby mustang would win over the camaro.Because the Shelby mustang has more horsepower that the camaro
a 84 camaro z28 would have a v8 450 hp engine.
you would have to get the hood also, but the conversion can be done
The Camaro would be heavier
The Camaro would have a distinct edge
I'd suggest listing on Ebay or Craigslist. I'm sure someone would be looking for items like that if they are still usable.
the camaro would walk over the charger.
The key feature would be the fact that a 1966 Camaro doesn't exist.
No, this is for small children to ride camaro in the backseat because they're pretty small
No, they're 2 totally different bodystyles.
maybe if you fabricate some parts...but why would you ruin a good muscle car with a lawn mower engine?
If you have all the parts to do so, it probably would work.
I meant to say "even after" replacing those parts.
No, the steel bumpers from a 1977 Camaro will not fit in a 1978 Camaro, As the 1978 "Bumper" is part of the front end. Taking off the 1978 "Bumper" would mean cutting it off, which would make the car look like something else.
Any 3.8L V6 from a 1995-2002 Camaro/Firebird would work