Yes, they did iroc and Z28's are a little different, but i have just a regular Z28 most iroc's a tombport as regular Z28's do not.
It's an IROC Z28. They are the same thing. they were the same in between 86-69(not positive on those years). iroc stands for international race of champions. once the license to use the name expired, the iroc z28 returned to just z28.
stock around 15.3 with the fuel injected engine
i would say the iroc
nope, camaro dropped the iroc sponsorship after '89 then the dodge daytona got it. the camaro was only available in an iroc fron 85-89
Any Chiltons or Haynes repair manual has the fuse layout for your chevy.They are cheap and invaluable for all repairs.Try any parts store for manuals.
245 / 50 / 16
inside the fuel tank
Depends on what engine it has...
Check the fuses or change the bulbs.
CLOCKWISE IS 18436572 DRIVERS SIDE STARTING FROM THE FRONT 1357 PASSENGER STARTING FROM THE FRONT 2468 18436572 all small blocks
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chevy iroc-z28 camaro
The Iroc has slightly better tires and had minor "visual" differences
Will a stock 305 motor from a 1986 iroc fit into a 1995 camaro rs?
Remove distributor cap Have assistant crank engine See if rotor moves while engine cranking
I changed out my heater core in a 1987 Z28 do you still need help with this? email me at MissionV19@KenTech.net Ken Willard
RAise up on the tensoiner and remove the belt and slip the other one on. There should be a schematic on the fan shroud. If not draw one before removing the old one.
I'm sure it can be done and I would go to a place that bends their own pipes and have a custom system made.
The 305 "HO" was actually dropped after 1986. In '87, the base 305 TBI was rated at 170 hp, the 305 TPI was rated at 215 hp.
Chevy never made a 1986 IROC-Z convertible, not till '87 - so the answer is no.
sounds like the carb