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The Next Camaro Project

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The Next Camaro Project

Post by Z-YOU on June 6th 2011, 4:47 am

The clutch in the Camaro is loosing some of its grip so I guess it's time to start gathering parts.

While I'm at it I'm going to replace the Syncro's in the 6-speed, put new u-joints in the driveshaft, and I'm going to put the rear components back to stock configuration. I installed an aftermarket adjustable torque arm that's coming out and the oem piece is going back in. That'll happen during the clutch swap. I have some delrin dual adjustable lower control arms and those are coming out for some nonadjustable LCAs with urethane bushings. I also have a kit that repositions the LCAs to put them at a better angle for launch and they're coming out - maybe this week. All this stuff went in to improve the 60' times at the track and none of it really did a thing except getting rid of the oem stamped steel lower control arms. Mostly what all of the aftermarket parts did was remove all of the rear suspension parts that insulate the car from noise and as a result, the car isn't nearly as much fun to drive - and my stuff is primarily for daily driving duty, not the drag strip. If I find a nice bone stock LS6 at the right price I'll yank the forged stroker motor in the blink of an eye.
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