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Dznts 06-10-2011 10:37 AM

ADMPerformance Z-28 Info
 
i got to looking at some stuff on ADMPerformance.com and stumbled across something. i was looking at the ADM widened wheels and read the additional information about the wheel. and it reads. "Additional InformationThis setup widens the stock front 8" wheels to 10.8" and is what the highly anticipated 5th Generation Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 will be sporting. No need to wait, get the look and performance today".


where did they get info on the z-28?
http://www.admperformance.com/productsLargeView.php?department=26&category=65&pr oduct=172

radz28 06-10-2011 12:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Dznts (Post 3322897)
i got to looking at some stuff on ADMPerformance.com and stumbled across something. i was looking at the ADM widened wheels and read the additional information about the wheel. and it reads. "Additional InformationThis setup widens the stock front 8" wheels to 10.8" and is what the highly anticipated 5th Generation Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 will be sporting. No need to wait, get the look and performance today".


where did they get info on the z-28?
http://www.admperformance.com/productsLargeView.php?department=26&category=65&pr oduct=172

I don't believe they have any more official information that what we have in the Community, however, I believe I remember a SEMA booth where there were mention of Z28 wheels or something. I believe it was a GM booth, too. Could it be ADM was referring to something along those lines?

Dznts 06-10-2011 02:09 PM

hmm maybe. i was just curious. just something i ran across that grabbed my attention. who knows.

radz28 06-10-2011 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Dznts (Post 3323759)
hmm maybe. i was just curious. just something i ran across that grabbed my attention. who knows.

If you find out, please let us know :thumbsup::chevy:

2cnd chance 06-10-2011 02:25 PM

Cool but strange

also strange the wheel width 10.8"????????????

Mr. Wyndham 06-10-2011 06:15 PM

The SSX wheels were listed on a banner in the background of a video as "Z28 stock" or something like that.

This was weellllll before the ZL1 was released, though.

SGOS252382 06-15-2011 12:15 PM

I think that is old and printed before GM decided on the ZL1 name.

LOWDOWN 06-15-2011 02:57 PM

A common upgrade for Gen-5 enthusiasts, particularly some aftermarket-type "package upgrade", has been to move the stock 275 rear tires/rims to the front, and then widen the front rims for rear mounting with Pirelli 305 tires. Saves the cost of buying 4 tires and rims to get more "gription".

As mentioned, before the official release of the ZL1, the popular notion was that the factory upgrade package announced this winter would be called Z28. However, something just as "special", likely using that name, is under consideration...

ADM PERFORMANCE 01-12-2013 07:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dznts (Post 3322897)
i got to looking at some stuff on ADMPerformance.com and stumbled across something. i was looking at the ADM widened wheels and read the additional information about the wheel. and it reads. "Additional InformationThis setup widens the stock front 8" wheels to 10.8" and is what the highly anticipated 5th Generation Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 will be sporting. No need to wait, get the look and performance today".


where did they get info on the z-28?
http://www.admperformance.com/productsLargeView.php?department=26&category=65&pr oduct=172


I know someone that knew this info in 2009!

We were the first set of custom made wheels for the 5th gen.......

woodside783 01-22-2013 10:27 AM

Then tell them to build the z28


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