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I thought I would ask, because these individuals are more important to the success of the Camaro than the V8 buyers.

I am sure there are alot of Teenagers whose parents will not buy them a V8 Vert for their first car, but something Sporty, yes.

No derogatory comments, please.

I am just curious.
 

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What do you mean swap? Why? The 3 platform is good enough, or are you just talking blocks.....

Expound on your statement young ppr....
I mean replacing the LS3 block with this LSX block:
http://pprod.gmgoodwrench.gmgssm.co...p?engId=LSX&engine=LSX&sku=19166454&engCat=ls

454c.i.+ LS based block.

I will have to wait and see how the LS3 does but if it needs more power the LSX is what I would like to do in this car. I am pretty sure everything will exchange with the LSX block from the LS3 block.

 

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Nice retort, just picked up right where the other thread left off! Cheers!

That is what I thought you meant!

Rock on.

My brother has a 445 ci small block in his Chevelle and I am working on making him some Stock Appearing fender badging......

Big inch small blocks are all the rage with the kids these day! LOL!!!!!!!!
 

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Oh we do not have winter in Houston, for that matter we only have two seasons:

Hot and Hotter!
 

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For me it's V8 or none, though possibly not the top V8, especially if it's in the 500+ hp range. Jumping from a 133hp Camry to any 'Maro will be serious business.
 

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i want the v8 all one price, if its not going to be that much more to get the Z28 over the SS then ill get the Z28. then ill add aftermarket products later.

and you right about being hot down here
 

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I gotta have more or equal performance to my current 1994 Corvette (with some mods) to be happy. Weight will go up, so power has to go up accordingly. Gaining a back seat is also worth the weight gain.
 

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I know a t60 type turbo system on a v6 would be killer
with a mbc and wg, u wouldnt even see psi if u didnt want it,
car would run as stock. a few turns of the dial and instant 15psi
easily 500rwhp with that turbo. if i could not own a v8 i would have turbo 6
im sure this will be a very good alternative, to those who cannot own, or afford a v8 car due to insurance.or v8 entry price
 

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I started with a V6 ranger, then a 2000 V6 mustang, then a 2001 Mustang Gt, and now im ready for someone real. I dont expect the top production hardtop model costing over 40k; if Im right; then its top v8 all the way.:roxor:
 

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Well it looks there is a wealth of knowledge here and I knew we were a V8 crowd.......
 

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I just remember reading somewhere it's 297. Either way..it's a hellova lot more than anything else out there in comparable size.
I remember reading somewhere that someone thought the new camaro was going to be like $60,000 because of just how blatantly awesome it is. Good to know it's going to be around the same price as the "meh..ok" mustang.



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Lol. I like to see a V6 camaro kick a 05 Mustangs ass.
 
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