05-18-2013, 10:44 PM
Can't stop ***ifying
Drives: Ashen 2013 Gray ZL1
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Honolulu, HI
Originally Posted by ShnOmac
Tires are very important but I think a lot of people are only focusing on what they want to.
This to me is much more important than just tires....
“We used the very best components in the industry to deliver uncompromised performance, lap after lap,” said Mark Stielow, Camaro Z/28 engineering manager. “We made nearly 200 changes to improve the track performance, which cumulatively make the Z/28 capable of 1.05 g in cornering. For perspective, with all other things, equal increasing maximum grip from 1 to 1.05 g can cut up to four seconds per lap.”
The Camaro Z/28 is the one of the first production cars fitted with race-proven, spool-valve dampers. Compared to a conventional damper that offers only two-way tuning for bump and rebound, a spool-valve damper allows four-way adjustment to precisely tune both bump and rebound settings for high-speed and low-speed wheel motions. The wider tuning range allowed engineers to dramatically increase the damper stiffness on the Camaro Z/28 without a significant change in ride quality. Additional chassis changes include stiffer string rates and suspension bushings for improved cornering response.
You are in the wrong thread then, this one is about the comparison between the zl1 and the z28 on a track...remember
1995 Trans-Am, 1995 Suzuki RF-600,
1989 Jetta GLI, 1993 Yamaha FZR600, 1985 honda Civic S,
1998 Grand Prix GP, 1997 Marauder 800, 2001 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2002 Yamaha YZF-R1, 1992 300ZX TTw/garrett td06 TT kit
, 2001 Yamaha R6,
1993 Corvette, 2005 Honda RC51,
2005 G35, 1998 Nissan Altima, 2003 Volvo S80 T6, 2005 Mustang GT, 2008 Lexus IS 350, 1980 corvette hotrod - still have,
1994 corvette, convertible 1997, BMW Z3, 2005 ZX-10R, 2006 Corvette Z06
, 2009 M3 DCT convertible, 2011 BMW 328i, 2003 Infiniti FX35 - still have, 2009 M3 DCT
, 2013 Camaro ZL1 - still have