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Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z 5.7L

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1495 kg (3296 lbs)
Dimensions 4.88 m (192 in) long, 1.85 m (73 in) wide, 1.28 m (50 in) high
Wheelbase 2.56 m (101 in)
Power / weight 149 ps (147 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 290 Nm (214 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 1986
Origin country United States
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Powertrain

Engine type GM Chevrolet Small-Block V-8 350
Displacement 5.7 l (348 ci)
Power 223 ps (220 bhp / 164 kw) @ 4200 rpm
Torque 434 Nm (320 lb-ft) @ 3200 rpm
Power / liter 39 ps (39 hp)
Transmission GM Turbo Hydramatic THM 700-R4 (4L60) 4 Speed
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

Performance
Top speed 235 kph (146 mph)
0 - 100 kph 6.8 s
0 - 60 mph 6.4 s


Laptimes (1)
Track Driver Time
Willow Springs 1:41.70

Comments (7)

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Shaggy  3 years ago  

I would also get a better suspension and tire would obviously come with the wheels. I wouldn't make it a race car, just a really fast road car.


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Ryan D  3 years ago  

With a 1000 lbs torque it's more like a quick 8 done right and u have to get suspension and tires to Match the power or ur looking at the clouds or melting the tires for the whole 1320


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Shaggy  3 years ago  

Great car, I love the Camaro, especially this style. I'd just keep it stock if I had one, but if it were an '83, I'd give it some mods, twin screw supercharger, intercooler, 18"-19" wheels, Dynomax performance exhaust, etc.


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Sal F.  3 years ago  

What a douche. Anyways, these cars have alot of track potemtial once you put wider tires on it. Helluva car for track use.


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Super8  5 years ago  

Right!!! (gigle)


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Jeff B  5 years ago  

And a car that will last exactly two runs before it explodes! :)


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Super8  5 years ago  

Put Garett Twin Turbo or EATON Supercharge + Racing Exhaust on this car will give you 1100 hp and 1000 + lb-ft of torque. Then you will have Monster that can run in drag strip about 9.2 Sec (If you do it right) for 1/4 mile