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Fenderaddict2 06-07-2013 10:22 AM

The One With The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 - World's Fastest Car Show Episode
 


Not sure if you have seen this before, good vid of Justin Bell tearing around in a ZL1. See, other Mustang drivers appreciate this car.

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The Camaro ZL1, a parking structure and permission to drive flat out, would you say no? Neither could we. Watch as Justin unleashes the fury of the beastly ZL1 in the ultimate concrete playground before taking it to the track to experience the car's inherent track capabilities. Between the screeching wheels and the Inferno Orange paint scheme, this Camaro ZL1 is impossible to ignore; especially if you're the cops.

NOT URSS 06-07-2013 10:24 AM

heck ya

bw26ss 06-07-2013 10:29 AM

I fell asleep watching that

sportyb24 06-07-2013 01:07 PM

Get it get it

2012-1822 06-07-2013 02:13 PM

Guy is funny talking about "the 69 ZL1 was a success" and this one is a tribute. Dude doesn't know what he's talking about. Look, I have a ZL1, so do yall, I have the t shirt that says DNA match, and the matching hat, but the only thing our cars have in common with the '69 is that they are Camaros, ok, and have a ton of hp. Hell, the new Z/28 seriously is really a lot closer to a 69 ZL1. A Stripped down 427 Camaro

KKreme15 06-07-2013 03:05 PM

lol @ the 69 being a huge success. Nobody even knew about them back then

45thAnniversary2SS 06-07-2013 03:09 PM

How does the SS create negative downforce? Too much air getting below it or air moving faster over than below creating lift? Just curious...

Cool video.

G-Oil Guy 06-07-2013 03:18 PM

Of course they gave him an IOM one to blow around the desert. :drool:

G-Oil Guy 06-07-2013 03:23 PM

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Originally Posted by 45thAnniversary2SS (Post 6642270)
How does the SS create negative downforce? Too much air getting below it or air moving faster over than below creating lift? Just curious...

Cool video.

The same way an airplane wing does. If you look at the car from the side, you have a swooping hood and a giant opening into the engine bay that just guzzles air.

The swoop in the hood creates a low pressure zone since the air loses velocity as it travels over the swoop thus creating a low pressure zone where as at the same time, air is slamming into the engine bay at a relatively unobstructed path. This creates a zone of higher pressure. It may not be a ton but it's just enough to create lift. Now do that for the entire car. The bottom of the car is a relatively straight path (High pressure zone) and the air passing over the car creates a low pressure zone and all of the individual pressure zones add up to a negative down force vector or in other words, a positive lift vector.

EDIT: video. skip to 45 seconds in.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk6rNFVc1Gs

SlingShot 06-07-2013 04:05 PM

^^^^

Correct, and it is designed this way intentionally to increase mpg.

ItsBlk&ImProud 06-07-2013 04:21 PM

What he's saying about the 69 ZL1 is BS. There were only 69 built, a success no, legendary, yes. That's where the DNA comes from, the 69 ZL1 was not a production car like today's version.

2cnd chance 06-07-2013 05:52 PM

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Originally Posted by ItsBlk&ImProud (Post 6642596)
What he's saying about the 69 ZL1 is BS. There were only 69 built, a success no, legendary, yes. That's where the DNA comes from, the 69 ZL1 was not a production car like today's version.

Yeah they couldn't even sell all the 69

DRTH VDR 06-07-2013 06:13 PM

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Originally Posted by 2cnd chance (Post 6642965)
Yeah they couldn't even sell all the 69

But they bring high six figures today, something else our 12-13's won't be doing either.

45thAnniversary2SS 06-07-2013 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by G-Oil Guy (Post 6642334)
The same way an airplane wing does. If you look at the car from the side, you have a swooping hood and a giant opening into the engine bay that just guzzles air.

The swoop in the hood creates a low pressure zone since the air loses velocity as it travels over the swoop thus creating a low pressure zone where as at the same time, air is slamming into the engine bay at a relatively unobstructed path. This creates a zone of higher pressure. It may not be a ton but it's just enough to create lift. Now do that for the entire car. The bottom of the car is a relatively straight path (High pressure zone) and the air passing over the car creates a low pressure zone and all of the individual pressure zones add up to a negative down force vector or in other words, a positive lift vector.

EDIT: video. skip to 45 seconds in.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk6rNFVc1Gs

Bernoulli's principle right? Makes sense, thanks.


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