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Old 12-11-2011, 09:51 AM   #1
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Chevy Indycar to run V6 turbo

Anybody know if this engine is relate to our V6?
hers the link, it is the second video

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Old 12-11-2011, 11:41 AM   #2
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wow I guess chevy is going after the eco boost, I wonder what they want to release this v6turbo in first when it goes production
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Old 12-20-2011, 09:54 AM   #3
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The Z28 of course.
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God i hope not, i would hate to see a turbo V6 in a Z/28. Like i have said many times a small displacement V8 (5.3L) would suit the best. Make that sucker rev and you'll have a winner!!
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The Z28 of course.
Would be sweet if it was. It would fit nicely between the power of the SS and ZL1 if they did it right.
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Old 12-20-2011, 11:08 AM   #6
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God i hope not, i would hate to see a turbo V6 in a Z/28. Like i have said many times a small displacement V8 (5.3L) would suit the best. Make that sucker rev and you'll have a winner!!
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Would be sweet if it was. It would fit nicely between the power of the SS and ZL1 if they did it right.

I believe your Right, with the weight being already 50/50 for the V6 all it needs is the power.

Turbo the LFX (I believe that is why chevy made the exhaust ports diff)
and bring the power/torque right up between the SS and ZL1 say 500HP and then get the peddlerized parts.

I think we would or could have a bad a$$ Camaro.

Remember the Buick GNX

For the purist though don't call it a Z28 please they would go off the deep end.
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The z28 is supposed to be the best road course racer. Back in 69 im sure many many folks were syaing "no way im buying that thing it shulda got a big block who the hell wants a wimpy 302"

As long as it performs well it will sale.
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The z28 is supposed to be the best road course racer. Back in 69 im sure many many folks were syaing "no way im buying that thing it shulda got a big block who the hell wants a wimpy 302"

As long as it performs well it will sale.
Exactly! They could one-up the BOSS 302 with a ~500 HP Turbo V6 setup for the road course.
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Old 12-20-2011, 03:14 PM   #10
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It will be something to watch... and remember, the next gen will be smaller and lighter still... put that combo at ~500 HP and hang on!
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I keep seeing guesses for the HP/TQ of the 3.0 L Twin, but so far I haven't seen anything official. Has anyone seen an update. Maybe the rumors they were going with a 3.6 L in the Lambdas is more than a rumor???
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Not sure I'd like the the idea of a V6 Z28. I think a Z28 should have a high-tech N/A DOHC VVT V8 displacing 4.5L-5.3L that revs to at least 7000 RPM if not more.
What I'd love to see is a benchmark V6 model that is more than just a trim package. Have it be a formidable option to its V8 brethren and have it be the destroyer of the 370Z, G70 and the Genesis and even V6 Mustang. I'd still like to see the NA V6 up around 350 HP stock. I'd like to see the FI V6 sportin around 480-520RWHP with M3-Boxster- like handling and braking. That to me has more appeal than the SS or even the ZL-1.




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Old 12-21-2011, 09:14 AM   #13
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Not sure I'd like the the idea of a V6 Z28. I think a Z28 should have a high-tech N/A DOHC VVT V8 displacing 4.5L-5.3L that revs to at least 7000 RPM if not more.
What I'd love to see is a benchmark V6 model that is more than just a trim package. Have it be a formidable option to its V8 brethren and have it be the destroyer of the 370Z, G70 and the Genesis and even V6 Mustang. I'd still like to see the NA V6 up around 350 HP stock. I'd like to see the FI V6 sportin around 480-520RWHP with M3-Boxster- like handling and braking. That to me has more appeal than the SS or even the ZL-1.
I would like to win the lottery, but that is probably not going to happen either...
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Old 12-22-2011, 08:18 AM   #14
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The forced induction V-6 will be the Z-26 and the 5.3-V8 will be the Z28. The Z-26 will be turbo and the Z28 will be SC. Advertised HP will be very close but as usual the low end torque of the V8 with the added SC will be well above the V6. On the other hand the V6 will get much better fuel milage. Can't wait!
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Old 12-22-2011, 10:06 AM   #15
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Identifying a First Generation Z28:
From the looks of the emails we get on this subject we can sum it up by saying the best place to start to try to verify a first gen Z28 is by checking the engine codes and dates. We hope more people read this before buying a Camaro not after buying that so called Z28. All had a 302 cubic inch engine with a suffix code MO or MP in '67, MI or MO in '68 and DZ in '69. To get the 302 engine Chevy took a 283 crank and put it in a 327 block. Some people say Chevy put the crank in a 350 block but since 1967 was the first year for 350's and 302's and both used the 327 block it is better to say they used a 327 block. A 302, 327 and 350 block are exactly the same except for the number of main bolts which would depend on the application and the year. The 1969 302's had 4 bolt mains. The 1967 and 1968 302's did not have 4 bolt mains. They were in fact 2 bolt main blocks used in '67 and '68 302's. In 1967 they are small journal blocks and in '68 and '69 they went to large journals. The reason for the Z28 was to compete in SCCA Trans-Am Challenge Series. The engine requirements to race in SCCA was limited to 305 cubic inches. All had 4 speed Muncie manual transmissions. All had power front disc brakes at least. All had 12 bolt rear ends but didn't have to be posi. None had A/C. None were factory convertibles except one beautiful '68 Z28 was a convertible which was made for the head of Chevrolet at the time (Pete Estes) and if you own it email us a picture and all the info you can please! Just remember badges do not a Camaro Z28 make.



I got this from Camaro Z28. There was no 350's in an orginial Z
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The forced induction V-6 will be the Z-26 and the 5.3-V8 will be the Z28. The Z-26 will be turbo and the Z28 will be SC. Advertised HP will be very close but as usual the low end torque of the V8 with the added SC will be well above the V6. On the other hand the V6 will get much better fuel milage. Can't wait!
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Not sure I'd like the the idea of a V6 Z28. I think a Z28 should have a high-tech N/A DOHC VVT V8 displacing 4.5L-5.3L that revs to at least 7000 RPM if not more.
What I'd love to see is a benchmark V6 model that is more than just a trim package. Have it be a formidable option to its V8 brethren and have it be the destroyer of the 370Z, G70 and the Genesis and even V6 Mustang. I'd still like to see the NA V6 up around 350 HP stock. I'd like to see the FI V6 sportin around 480-520RWHP with M3-Boxster- like handling and braking. That to me has more appeal than the SS or even the ZL-1.




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Heck SIXJAK did you just pull that straight outta my brain? lol

I agree very much!

I will be dissapointed if they release a TT V6 with only 400HP or so, now that we know how super easy with low amounts of boost is is to get to that number (I'm talking crank HP) Now, I can see them releasing a lower HP TTV6 for other vehicles, but a TTV6 in a Camaro should be at least as powerful and fast as the SS.

I'm telling ya, I know its all smoke and dreams at this point, but the more I think about the next Gen Camaro on a lightweight ATS-like Alpha platform the more giddy I get. I can't imagine how fun these cars would be if they were just a smidge smaller (not much!!) and about 3 or 400 lbs lighter.
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Anybody know if this engine is relate to our V6?
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OMG! OMG! OMG! I do think thats our V6 engine!Listen to it roar!
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Heck SIXJAK did you just pull that straight outta my brain? lol

I agree very much!

I will be dissapointed if they release a TT V6 with only 400HP or so, now that we know how super easy with low amounts of boost is is to get to that number (I'm talking crank HP) Now, I can see them releasing a lower HP TTV6 for other vehicles, but a TTV6 in a Camaro should be at least as powerful and fast as the SS.

I'm telling ya, I know its all smoke and dreams at this point, but the more I think about the next Gen Camaro on a lightweight ATS-like Alpha platform the more giddy I get. I can't imagine how fun these cars would be if they were just a smidge smaller (not much!!) and about 3 or 400 lbs lighter.
LOL Just saw this. Yeah it would be cool. If fuel gets to 4.00 + a gallon I think GM and a lot of guys addicted to 8 cylinders will start rethinking things. Don't get me wrong I'd live to see fuel drop to .99 a gallon and see GM still be motivated to produce some cool six banger stuff. I just love the sounds they make-they seem so anti establishment-counter culture-outside the box to me.

Historically and traditionally 8 cylinder Camaros were always THE performance option and the 6 cylinder Camaro was just the economy option for the broke or for the poseur or for daddies and husbands to buy for their girls and that's a tradition I don't mind seeing going the way of the doe doe bird.

The high revving DOHC LLT is a hoot to drive and it would be sick if it put 450-500RWHP to the pavement. With that you could mess with just about anybody.
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