What was the wheel size on a 1988 Camaro?
The 16 inch wheels that had been standard equipment on the ’88 Camaro IROC were restyled and now became an extra cost option for the IROC. The standard IROC wheel was the old 15×7 inch aluminum 5 spoke Z28 wheel and this wheel was also now standard on the Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe.
What are the badges on a 1988 Chevy Camaro?
The IROC-Z door decals were moved from the front of the doors to the rear. Z28 exterior badges were replaced with IROC-Z badges. The lower-body stripe was reversed changing from black on bottom with trim color above, to black on top with trim color below, now with a gap (of body color) between the two stripes.
What kind of disc brakes do you need on a 1988 Chevy Camaro?
J65 rear disc brakes, G80 limited slip differential, and KC4 engine oil cooler were still required on all 5.7 and G92 cars. Secret showroom stock racing 1LE option (option level 0 IROC-Z) first available.
What was the G92 code on a 1987 Chevy Camaro?
G92 code was now available on the 350 (B2L) IROC-Z and now had to be specified to get 3.27 rear end (was standard in 1987) as a 2.77 rear was now standard on the 5.7 TPI. J65 rear disc brakes, G80 limited slip differential, and KC4 engine oil cooler were still required on all 5.7 and G92 cars.
What was the IROC wheel on a 1988 Camaro?
The standard IROC wheel was the old 15×7 inch aluminum 5 spoke Z28 wheel and this wheel was also now standard on the Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe. In 1988 only, this wheel rather than having only the recessed areas painted gold or silver, was completely painted gold or silver (for that `double-dunked’ in paint look).
What kind of car was the 1988 Camaro?
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When did the Camaro Z28 become a race car?
From 1984 to 1989, IROC chose the “newly” designed Camaro Z/28 as the official race car of the series. Chevrolet decided the celebrate the rebirth of the IROC series by making a commemorative Camaro model inspired by the IROC race cars. This is how the Chevy Camaro IROC Z/28 was born.
What’s the difference between a Camaro and an IROC Z?
It’s not that big of a secret that the IROC Z was pretty lacking in power, same goes for the Foxbody Mustang. Emissions regulations basically killed American cars of this era. The Mustang and the IROC Z made nearly identical power and torque, but the Camaro was a significant amount heavier.