i would say the iroc
There were 205 1985 camaro IROC-Z28's made with option G92. Option G92 was 3.42 axle ratio and came only in the IROC-Z in 1985.
It depends on the type of car. A 1985 Chevy Iroc was over 11,000
The 5.0L 305 V8
there were 205 G92's made in 1985 and it came on the IROC/Z only.
There were no IROC Camaros in 1991
Add exhaust headers, get a performance camshaft, or buy an Edelbrock fuel pump
It was just an incorporation of the "Z" in Z-28. IROC stood for International Race Of Champions.....from the Nascar IROC races.
There is no such thing as a 1992 IROC Camaro
no, all IROC-Z's were V8s.
Poor Condition - $500 Alright Condition - $1200 Great Condition - $3000^
It is mounted on the bottom side of the washer fluid plastic tank. That would be where the fluid gos in at.
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
the last production year for the iroc z was 1990, there is no such thing as a 1991 iroc z
The Iroc has slightly better tires and had minor "visual" differences
1985 - 1226870 ECM, there is also a mass burn off module in there but i dont know the code for that one.(mass burn off is specific to 1985 TPI system only)
At the end of its production run, Iroc z numbers had totalled 170,000.
No they are not. Base engine on an '88 IROC was a 170 hp 305 TBI.
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.
were their ever any Iroc convertibles ever offered with an option of a 350 from 88-90
that would have to be the very very rare iroc-zr1. they only made 16
Can you fit 24 inch iroc rims on a 2004 mercury marauder
i have an 88 iroc vert with 22' iroc wheels and they took me some doing to get on the best bet is to put 24'in the back and 22'in the front with a raked look it is awsome
Put the IROC up on jack stands and remove the spark plugs from under the engine.