1995 Z28 Camaro 383 LT1 AKA "Frostbite"...... This is the first start, does not even have the alternator or front crank installed yet. Also still needs a tune and a few tweaking and she will be golden. Thanks to everyone at www.Z28.com for all your help. More video's to come then some track days to break her in. and YES that a CARBON FIBER SS WING
This has been a 5 month build and is not complete yet
LT1 383 stroker hotcam
Here's a short video of my Formula after my motor swap. It got a 383 LT1 with an Edelbrock performer air gap 58mm intake, hotcam and the bulletproof MSD optispark. Other upgrades are 410 rear gears with a detroit locker, SLP coated stainless headers with loudmouth 1 all the way back, Edelbrock adjustable coilovers, and a stage 3 clutch. I have owned this car for ten years, and the motor had about 170K miles on it before It lost oil pressure at idle, and blew a head gasket, but even with these problems, it was still drivable, and it still did great burnouts. I am going to build a 396 with the original motor.
94 trans am 383 lt1, hotcam
This is my 1994 pontiac trans am 383 stroke lt1 450 rwhp, lt4 hotcam stage 2 ported heads and a full list of bolt ons. this car is my dail driver and will PASS nj state emissions the hardest emission to pass next to cali.
95 camaro Z28 (Explicit Performance)
95 Camaro z28 355 lt1 with TRW forged pistons 4340 rods, 5 angle valve job 550 lift springs, 30 lb injectors, tuned by PCM for less, 10.4 compression port and polished heads, ported intake, custom cam 230,236 duration @.50 with 532,542 lift with 110 center-line, flowmaster 50 series muffler, 2 cats cherry bomb high flow, 3200 rpm stall, 273 stock posi, sorry I haven't set the valves and they are ticking but that will be cured soon
lt1 camaro z28 cammed ride along after 1st tune
1995 LT1 Z28 cc306 mac headers No cat, flowmaster 40,built 4l60e,2500 stall,Harden pushrods,1.6 scorpion roller rockers,Crane springs,full msd,digital6,moser axles,eaton true track, 4.10 gears,Bmr rear arms, hotchkis panhard bar,aeromotive fuel pressure regulator,walbro 255,casper wiring upgrade. NOS wet kit.
1995 Camaro Z28
My 1995 Camaro Z28 with a 5.7 350ci v8. Bought it for $3200 on 9/9/09 in Xenia, Ohio with 110000 miles on it. All original/GM parts except for Moroso air intake system
[The options below appear on the car and are listed in the factory vin# or RPO codes in the glove box.]
This car is:
1 of 1227238 '1995' Camaros
1 of 115366 coupes (of the 1227238)
1 of 113288 cruise controlled (of the 115366)
1 of 100731 with aluminum wheels (of the 113288)
1 of 78368 auto trans. (of the 100731)
1 of 60735 power lock equipped (of the 78368)
1 of 45247 power window equipped (of the 60735)
1 of 33709 power mirror equipped (of the 45247)
1 of 25045 key-less entry equipped (of the 33709)
1 of 15928 rear defogger equipped (of the 25045)
1 of 7661 power seat equipped (of the 15928)
1 of 3593 Delco cassette equipped (of the 7661)
1 of 1397 T Top equipped (of the 3593)
1 of 349 Z28's (of the 1397)
1 of 13 in Mystic Teal (of the 349)
AND . . .
1 of 1 with 110 speedometer (of the 13)
I used the RPO code (QMT) to judge for the 110 speedometer considering this option was the base tire option for the Z28 in 1995 since the Z28 came with its' standard 16X8 aluminum rims along with the fact that this car still has the original P235 tires on the rims to prove the history.
It just needs some minor work, a flowmaster setup, and a MSD distributer to replace the Optispark and I will be completely satisfied.
LS1 Camaro SS vs LT1 Camaro Z28
Shot back in the early 2000's, this clip features a modded (minor bolt-on mods) 1993 LT1 Camaro Z28 (automatic) takes on a stock 2002 LS1 Camaro SS (automatic), and comes up a little short... but it's no secret that these LS1 engines are just pure nasty... but, with minor bolt-ons, an LT1 can be very competitive with the LS1.
Produced by John (Trae) King @ nedaCFilms & background music produced by Rick Clarke (aka: Rickvanman) @ "Free Music from: Music4YourVids.co.uk"
1998 camaro z28 Heads, cam, borla
Putting the car in the Garage. Had to slip the clutch really bad to keep the rpm's up due to the computer tune. Car doesn't idle at 30 degrees. Clutch was smoked as well.