There were two engines offered that year. 84 Z28 LG4 V8 8.6:1 Comp/Ratio 5.0 L (305) Cu/In 150 h.p @4000 rpm 240 lb/ft @2400 rpm 4bbl carb 84 Z28 L69 V8 9.5:1 Comp/Ratio 5.0 L (305) Cu/In 190 h.p.@4800 rpm 240 lb/ft @3200 rpm 4bbl carb HO
Around 130-135 MPH top speed, it could have either the base 305 V8 (170 hp) or the 305 H.O. V8 (190 hp)
No, not till 1978
No, only the Firebird did
It was available RPO G80 was Posi.
2.5 2.8 50 hp 50
They shouldn't need any since they already come factory-equipped with an engine.
The first camaro come out in early 1964
Yes, all vehicles come with a speed governor and this camaro also came with a rev limited to prevent damage to the crank shaft. If you want to bump up both, buy a hypertech powerprogrammer from summit racing.com and you can change all points, from, coolant temp to shift points to tires...
It already has
The new Camaro is a 2010 model, and no, it doesn't come in all wheel drive.
Sony introduced the car CD player in 1984. It was a factory option in a 1985 Mercedes.
Yes it came factory with a shoulder belt
Factory 2012 Impalas come with the pcm limited to 112 MPH due to the fact that the factory ships them with tires that that have a safe speed rating of "T"=112 MPH. With the PCM retuned via a programmer and some high speed rated tires the Impala should reach a top speed of 140+ MPH.
take back plate off of the rearend pumpkin and there is a horseshoe clip at the end of the axle inside the rearend that has to come out and then the axle will pull out.
No, a computer controlled Camaro did not come around until 82, with the Crossfire Injection.