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Old 03-09-2013, 06:47 PM   #76

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I think the guys in the Risk Management dept at GM will think the LS7 is too much engine for the lighter 6th gen Camaro, so the spare ones left over by the Corvette's engine change will need to go into bigger gen5's.

Braking and handling upgrades necessitated by the power increase (safety first!) will result in a mandatory Z/28 option package when you choose the LS7 engine in your 2014 Camaro.

Obviously, you'll receive some badging changes on the car to display the model designation...

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