2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

The new Z/28 packs a 500-hp, 7.0-liter dry-sump LS7 V-8, which will operate only through a Tremec TR6060 six-speed stick and standard limited-slip diff. Besides being an awesome product-planning decision on its own, the manual-only strategy nods to the original Z/28, which was a row-your-own car developed to compete in the legendary Trans-Am races of the late 1960s. The manual gearbox is packed with the same ratios as in the ZL1, but the Z/28’s final-drive is 3.91:1 versus the ZL1’s 3.73. The engine features titanium rods and intake valves, a forged-steel crank, hydroformed exhaust headers, a 7000-rpm redline, and CNC-ported heads. It inhales through a cold-air intake and exhales via a dual-mode exhaust system with large-diameter pipes. All engine and gearbox cooling systems are standard, as they are on the ZL1


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