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Author Topic:   Anybody out there running an 82-92 camaro
posted January 28, 2004 06:54 PM
looking for some inpute for the morfidite strut front end it looks like it will gain a bunch of camber as you turn???? are you doing anything up front or not ? And how do you like the car

posted January 28, 2004 07:14 PM
we run an 85......of course it's just the sheet metal. but it LOOKS like an 85

posted February 01, 2004 02:05 PM
you're correct. the camber curve isn't ideal on a strut car, but the torque arm rear suspension on later model camaros is very good and the shorter wheelbase transfers weight quicker. there are pros and cons to newer strut cars, mustangs included. i wouldn't recommend starting out in one of these cars unless it's a mini-stock, but they can be extremely fast in experienced hands with v-8 power.

posted February 03, 2004 07:21 PM
I think that if you know what you are doing it is the car to beat. At Batesville' fall race out of the 145 trying for a spot in the big show, the metric cars about 25 there and 1 made it in a lcq , 3rd gen. camaro's 12 there 6 made the show 50%, 4th gen camaro's 5 there and 1 made the show & sat fast time, the rest of the cars 2nd gen. camaro's the field was 28 cars so out of all the cars there the 3rd gen. was the best, didnt win the race a 2nd gen. camaro won but you can see you stand a better chance of making it in with this car than any other. So you better get to studying up times are changen and you are going to run out of the old cars I have a 2nd gen car and a new 3rd I cant wait to drive this bad boy

redneck racing
posted February 11, 2004 04:20 PM
Put an 80 or so front subframe under it and tie it together with the rear and you will have a pretty good car. Eddie

posted February 12, 2004 12:10 PM
You'll have a pretty nice car if you do that. You won't be able to race it anywhere, but it will by a nice car.

DMA Racing
posted February 12, 2004 08:08 PM
i put a 87 body on my 70's model camaro looks good, but would not go to all the trouble again

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