Originally Posted by jwfisher
I might be a little cynical about them... I expected more progress. The 300HP 3-valve was still 100+ HP behind the base V-8 in the Camaro when it came out a few years later. And most 4.6s have over-heating issues if driven aggressively on the track... it took Ford all the way until the Boss302 to build a car that would survive an aggressive 30 minutes on track. Even Ford's own Ford GT blew it's coolant repeatedly at Ford's own SVT on-track events. No excuse for that (I was there, and their own engineers complained about how they had even rebuilt the entire system and it still didnt' work).
But, back to Camaros. Can we get this thread made sticky so that I can keep it updated as we start to find out more information in the coming year?
True but the 3v was 4 years old by the time the camaro came out, next model year they responded.
But back on topic keep up the good work