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Old 08-22-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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Z/28 Parts List

New part numbers are showing up in the catalog
Prices are GM retail so some quick online or sponsor checking should find you a good deal.

NOTE: (R) is a restricted part at time of posting

Brakes:
Option code VRM
Front brake calipers
Left - 22958658 - $1491.23 (R)
Right - 22958607 - $1491.23 (R)
Pin kit - 19207045 - $87.25

Rear
Left - 22958637 - $974.56 (R)
Right - 22958634 - $974.56 (R)
Pin kit - 19206978 - $51.19
Rotors
Front - 22958646 - $2410.00 (R)
Rear - 22958647 - $2410.00 (R)

Front pads - 22990624 - $571.43
Rear pads - 22990625 - $571.43

Brake cooling ducts
Left - 23480631 - $54.76
Right - 23480632 - $54.76

Caliper takes the same bolt as the ZL1

Interior:
Shifter Knob - 24267674 (Dark Steel Gray Suede) - $80.77
Shifter Boot - 24267676 (Dark Steel Gray Suede) - $57.50
Steering Wheel - 22954889 - $227.05 (R)
Steering Wheel silver insert only - 22978720 - $131.41

Wheels:
Front - 22873225 - (19x11 11mm os) (GM says the shipping weight is 25.88 pounds) - $795.00 (R)
Rear - 22873227 - (19x11.5 26mm os) (GM says the shipping weight is 26.32 pounds) - $795.00 (R)
Weights may or may not be correct.

Electronics:
EBCM - 22966395 - $632.00

Engine & Cooling:
Radiator - 22879423 - $259.71
Engine Fan Shroud (assembly) - 22926357 - $164.78

Air cleaner cover - 22966600 (mounts to hood) - $86.50 (R)
Air filter - 23164564

Engine oil tank - 12653643 - $1710.56

windage tray - 12618422 - $21.39

Front mount engine oil cooler - 23476198 - $683.33

Lower belly pan - 23459995 - $88.25

Cat back exhaust system - 22906768
Left exhaust manifold - 12652399 - $565.96
Rigth exhaust manifold - 12652400 - $548.12

Suspension:
Left front LCA - 23105014 - $88.21
Right front LCA - 23105015 - $88.21

Right Rear knucle - 23129156 - $152.30
Left Rear knuckle - 23129155 - $152.30

Front sway bar - 22842517 - $140.90
Rear sway bar - 22812943 - $140.32

Left Axle - 23473010 (R)
Right Axle - 23473011 (R)

Front DSSV Struts
Left - 22903660 - $1213.30 (R)
Right - 22903659 - $1213.30 (R)

Rear DSSV absorbers
23473511 - $859.10 (R)

Front springs - 22905638 - $114.38
Rear springs - 22903663 - $124.43

Exterior:
Z/28 spoilers
23200132 - Z/28 Spoiler Extension Kit
22875592 - Summit White (GAZ) - $585
22875593 - Silver Ice (GAN) - $585
22875595 - Black (GBA) - $585
22875596 - Crystal Red (GBE) - $585
22875599 - Ashen Gray (GLJ) - $585
22875600 - Blue Ray (GXH) - $585
These are straight from the 2014 Chevrolet Performance book.

Wickerbill - 23200130 - $325.00

22997723 - Front fascia (R)
23104737 - Front lower splitter - $409.55 (R)
23468208 - Upper Grill kit (R)
22985096 - Rear lower diffuser - $1076.07 (R)
23468210 - Flowtie - $92.79 (R)

Fender flares
Front
Left - 23179323 - $331.85 (R)
Right - 23179322 - $331.85 (R)
Rear
Left - 23179325 - $331.85 (R)
Right - 23179324 - $331.85 (R)

Left rocker molding - 23179351- $284.24 (R)
Right rocker molding - 23179350 -$284.24 (R)

Carbon Fiber hood scoop - 23487228 - $2341.47 (R)

CAI parts
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#1 - 23164564
#3 - 3530297 - $2.60 ea
#6 - 25346092 - 3.76
#7 (includes 2,4,5,8,9) - 23164563 - $454.99 (R)
#11 (includes 10,15,16) - 23164576 - $184.55
#17 - 12653645 - $34.95
#19 - 22966600 - $86.50

Will post more soon

All 2014 V8 Camaros will use the ZL1 fuel pump module

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Old 08-22-2013, 04:55 PM   #2
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Parts Taxi price on the Z/28 caliper....$986 each

I have no interest in the brake system, but I'm scared to see the price of the rotors
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:07 PM   #3
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:38 PM   #4
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New part numbers are showing up in the catalog

Left Rear knuckle - 23109351

Will post more soon

-Greg
Interesting info, thanks Greg!

In the Chevy world is a "Knuckle" the same as a (axle) "carrier" for other makes? The part that the control arms/ball joint connect to and the axle passes through it? Any chance you can post the graphic illustration of it?

If so, I'm wondering about about changes to accommodate suspension geometry (bump steer) for the dropped ride height. Or, too much to hope for I suppo$e, weight reduction (a forged piece).

Be interesting as well to see the prices of the DSSV dampers when they come out... :-)
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...cool!. I'm in the hunt for whole parts list......, with keys..... It's nice Chevy will presumably offer some of the goods to those who can retrofit their rides....
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Old 08-23-2013, 08:51 AM   #6
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Interesting info, thanks Greg!

In the Chevy world is a "Knuckle" the same as a (axle) "carrier" for other makes? The part that the control arms/ball joint connect to and the axle passes through it? Any chance you can post the graphic illustration of it?

If so, I'm wondering about about changes to accommodate suspension geometry (bump steer) for the dropped ride height. Or, too much to hope for I suppo$e, weight reduction (a forged piece).

Be interesting as well to see the prices of the DSSV dampers when they come out... :-)
Are you just wanting to see the price of the DSSV dampers? I don't think you will be able to install them, just for the fact that they will be electronically run by the car. Only the 2nd production car to ever come equipped with them other than the Aston Martin.

The knuckle is #31 in this pic
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I'm guessing GM lists a different part number for the rear knuckles is because they will come with different bushings installed from any other Camaro currently offered.
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Are you just wanting to see the price of the DSSV dampers? I don't think you will be able to install them, just for the fact that they will be electronically run by the car. Only the 2nd production car to ever come equipped with them other than the Aston Martin.

The knuckle is #31 in this pic
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I'm guessing GM lists a different part number for the rear knuckles is because they will come with different bushings installed from any other Camaro currently offered.
-Greg
AWESOME! Thank you Greg. Yes, the knuckle is what I thought it was but you make an excellent observation that I had not considered because I did not know GM put the bushings into it so the graphic was very helpful for me to understand the Camaro IRS. You are probably correct but it would be cool to know for sure? I know Porsche like the back of my hand but am now learning Chevy. Porsche puts all the control arm bushes into the arms themselves, and only the lower shock mount bushing is located on the carrier (knuckle).

Yes, I was just curious for curiosity's sake on the DSSV pricing. There is no electronics in them that I am aware of. The high/low speed (compression/rebound) is controlled mechanically (pressures/spool valve), but it is certainly possible other factors could affect retrofit onto other Camaro models.

Great posts, wonderful to see some facts!

PS- Is rear toe adjustable on the Camaro IRS? Or just camber/caster? If so, which link acts as the Toe Control Arm?
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I know people are interested in the cold air intake. Any idea on the part numbers for the air box and associated components?
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Old 08-23-2013, 12:21 PM   #9
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Yes, I was just curious for curiosity's sake on the DSSV pricing. There is no electronics in them that I am aware of. The high/low speed (compression/rebound) is controlled mechanically (pressures/spool valve), but it is certainly possible other factors could affect retrofit onto other Camaro models.
From what an engineer told me the DSSV will be computer controlled just like the MRC is, but I could have miss understood him or he got the ZL1 confused with the Z/28 at that time.

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I know people are interested in the cold air intake. Any idea on the part numbers for the air box and associated components?
Sorry none of the other air box parts are listed yet.
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Old 08-23-2013, 12:45 PM   #11
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Nothing yet other than the part numbers in the first post.
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Old 08-26-2013, 10:27 AM   #13
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