This is a video of my car with the old motor combo.
>This is my exhuast video.
This is my 85 Camaro, it started life as a V-6 5 speed. Now its a 355 small block chevy motor, street/strip car. This car has been in Camaro Performers Magazine the summer of 2004 issue. This car has won several awards including 1st place in the pro street class at the Camaro Nationals in Carlisle Pa. 3 years running. It also took Best of Show custom interior 2005. It has won 1st place in its class in the Balitmore World Of Wheels, 1st place at Super Chevy Shows at Maple Grove Raceway in PA. It recicved a Editors Top 10 Car at a Super Chevy Show.The motor is soon to be a 421 stroker. With AFR 227 heads, Crower rods, Lunati crank, GM bowtie race block, ATI balancer, Jesel shaft mounted rockers, MSD ingintion, Crower custom solid roller cam. The trans is a raced preped TH400. The converter is a custom built spec ATI 8 inch. The rear end is a Ford 9 inch rear with 31 spline axles, Auburn Pro Posi unit, and 4.30 gears.The suspension up front is a BMR K member, A arms, a SPOHN coil over kit, a PA Racing manual steering rack and the rear has all Spohn componets. I replaced the front and rear brakes with Areospace Componets Billet polished brakes. The stock K member weighed in at 51 pounds, the BMR was only 25. The rest of the front suspension was 94 pounds. That included the A arms, springs, S-10 manual sterring box, and all the rest of the nuts, bolts, brackets, etc. The new BMR stuff was only 51 pounds. Thats a weight savings of 69 pounds!!! Along with all that I took the front impact bumper off the front end so a total of 95 pounds off the front of the car. I have Lakewood 90/10's Drag Struts on the front and Lakewood 50/50 Drag shocks on the back. The rear is a South Side Machine rear that has the bars that come off the rear and bolt up to a crossmember that is welded to the subframe connectors.It has a smoothed firewall, 10 pt cage, fuel cell, custom all tweed interior, autometer gauges, B&M mega shifter, Grant steering wheel. The interior is factory based all covered in tweed. The seats are JAZ plastic style racing seats. The head liner, door panles and the peice that covers the hole in the back all have a flame inlay in them. The radio area has a plate that I made up that has 6 autometer 2 1/16 gauges in it that are angled towards me. There is no radio in the car I couldn't really hear it anyway.The paint is off a 95 Corvette. It has a 4 inch show Harwood Cowl induction hood, stock 1992 high rise wing, and clear marker lights. Weld pro stars with Mickey Thompson tires, 275/60/15 Mickey Thompson Drag Radials on the back. The new radials are great and I have not lost any time with the radials. I did find out however that my rims where spinning in the tires so I have to install the rims screws back into the rims.The car weights 3200 with me in it, can't go down the track by itself. The best time I have gotten out of the car so far is a 11.33 @ 119.45 mph with a 1.539 60ft. I still think there's more in it. That was a motor pass the car will be getting a nitrious kit this winter.