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Descriptive Paper A Chevrolet Pride with the turn of a key LT1 350 engine fires up with a roar that sends Mustang owners crying back to the garage The 1997 Camaro is the thirtieth anniversary of a long history of Chevrolet heritage that has built muscle cars and a lowly three-cylinder Geo metro The Chevy Camaro is a raging machine that comes off the factory assembly line with a pavement pounding 285 horsepower That number alone is impressive but if you tinker with the engine it would have about 400 horsepower The six speed manual transmission lets you tear through the gears like a madman ripping out of his straight jacket A great way to soup up your vehicle would be to add a Flowmaster exhaust This is a rather inexpensive modification that not only gives the beastly sound but also increases exhaust flow thus increasing horsepower The next thing you can do to the Z28 is to install a pair of Hooker headers these also help the engine vent off the exhaust Then put a KN cold ai r induction kit and changed the mass air sensor These two things alone made the biggest difference in throttle response and improved my overall torque through the six gears On the outside of the car is relatively the same as all other Camaros with only slight modifications in the cars tint percentage and the fact that you could change the original emblems from black to chrome You could also use some chrome paint to paint the 2 hood vents located on each side of the hood Camaros are one of the most fun cars you could ever have the pleasure of owning At any given time you can gear down to second and slam the head of my unsuspecting passengers into the back of their seat This could cause you to take numerous painful slaps to the chest and arms from
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