Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by guest, Jul 26, 2006.
220hp 345ft/lbs torque
that is SO
14.5 1/4 mile
i find this much better
lol @ IROC going thru the cones
but history is interesting
what.... somebody's grandma taking it for a 'ride'? geez, were they afraid to break it?
that was the most boring 3 minutes ever
i meant the car, not the video...
as for history.. I had one of these
3rd gens dont compare IMO
my buddy owns a '68 327 ragtop with a 3-on-the-tree shifter... it's so weird!
i had a glide on the floor...
god that tranny was aweful
the debut of the L98 TPI ftw
ok, i'll correct myself, the deubt of the L98 in the f-body
and i'm not sure wtf they're talking about with the aluminum heads, they fit fine in the f-body, ppl try to junkyard them.
I would own a cherry IROC today. They were one of the best looking Camaros IMO.
4-speed automatic / 5-speed manual
Curb Weight, lbs. 3273
Overall Length, in. 192.6
Overall Width, in. 72.4
Overall Height, in. 50.3
Wheelbase, in. 101.1
Gen III/IV smallblock swap FTW.
don't they have a torque arm as well?
Probably, considering that it's hand built and the gauges/etc. weren't made operational....
not factory. the IROC's had the "wonder bar" which was a front end steering brace that the rest of the F-bod's didn't get
No panhard bar on the rear?
IIRC they had one but it was tiny as hell. i've got an adjustable panhard bar on my Formula after we lowered it, really helped on hard corner exits with much throttle