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What is the 0-60 ratio on a 1989 Chevy Camaro RS?

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2008-12-17 05:19:56
2008-12-17 05:19:56

Hey Ryan==I don't know what you mean by "ratio". If you mean elapsed time, I read somewhere it was 7.8 seconds. I don't know where it was though. GoodluckJoe It's around 6-8 seconds stock. All depending on an incline or weather.

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