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Old 01-07-2013, 11:15 PM   #18

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...if I were like Donald Trump for example, and I was brash and bold like he was and could place a wager just because....I'd place it on no Z/28 for Gen 5....despite our wishes, and the LS7 engine code "leak" diddy we have seen recently.....just my discount double check feeling...
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:02 AM   #19
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The "card" may or may not be accurate (although April 1st is quite awhile away...) but, with the 1LE's performance with an LS3 vs. the ZL1's performance with it's LSA @ LL-'13, there certainly is a rock-solid case to be made for an LS7'd ZEE as the "Ultimate Gen-5 Track Tool"...and the Ultimate Under-$50K Track Tool currently available...period!

And that would be quite a high-water mark for the Gen-6 ZEE to meet/exceed...
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Old 01-08-2013, 03:18 PM   #20

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Exactly why IMO the Z28 name would be good for fine to be used. Even weighing in at over 3800lbs the 1LE outperforms several more powerful foes. An LS7 powered Z28 would be that much better!
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