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lol, I remember it seemed like every time a girl got in the Camaro they would ask why there is a hump in the floor. Doesn't make much sense to me, but these cars aren't made for passenger comfort. Or passengers at all really, they were focused more on speed.
as with any GM product, they were focused on being piles of ****.
lots of good info there...but damn do some of those pipes hang low.
They really do! Buddy had it on his LS1 for a bit, but the clearance sucked. Makes the typical low hanging aftermarket X pipes for New Edges seem sky-high. He switched back. It sounded awesome, but it was just too low.
Originally Posted by Margarita Girl
I like happy endings. Just saying.
LM1s, MGW, MM subframes and CC, H&R SS, Blues, Bassani Catted X
I agree with you bro. As I've stated previously, anything that makes less horsepower than a 1989 Taurus SHO can't claim to be "built for speed"
The 4th Gen Camaro was built around the LT1/LS1. Both were very fast cars in their day, and still are in some respects. Of course they offered a more fuel efficient model with less power, but that doesn't mean the car was built for it...
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