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Old 06-12-2010, 02:31 PM   #1
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What the Z28 is to me...

the Z28.

It SHOULD NOT be a 6 cyl twin turbo
It SHOULD NOT be an SS with a superchager thrown on... this is done every day!

It SHOULD have a LSx... naturally aspirated, maybe tweaked to put more than 500hp out. I dont think 74hp is enough to make people make the jump.... It should be in the 525-550 range... WITHOUT forced induction! This is easily done if GM gets their aahhem off of the Government/EPAs aahhemm... A handful of cars outside the CAFE regs wont kill them...

It SHOULD also:

- be based on a 1SS... no leather, no frills, no RS. You want frills, get the SS. It SHOULD have a leather wrap steering wheel and shift knob though... Thats your direct contact with the car, it should feel good!

- have the 4 guage pack.

- be availiable in auto or manual WITHOUT DOD on the auto or CAGS on the manual.

- have the track pack that they should make an option on the SS.

- have a short throw shifter in the manual

- have GMPP agressive exhaust, not the Z06 dual tone exhaust... it should ALWAYS be loud and open!

- have open style cold air intake

- have a 4.10 rear gear

- have stainless braided brake lines with red calipers (Z06 paint scheme) with better pads. The Brembo calipers are fine.

- hardened axels might be a good idea.

- have brake cooling ducts like the Z06.

- have some sort of cowl induction hood... THATS FUNCTIONAL... like the Z06

- be availble in a limited number of colors. No RJT, IBM, SG or CGM...... Only BLACK, RED, WHITE, ORANGE, YELLOW, BLUE (since they are going to add a nice bright one) or SILVER.

- the badge should have a RED "Z" and BLACK "28" in the same font style and location as the RS or SS badges.

- made lighter... reduce the sound deadening all over the car. Take out some of the useless stuff weighing the car down... like the subwoofer in the dash, the onstar computer, the air pump in the trunk!

- No options... you pick your tranny, your color, your stripes and thats all... it is what it is...

Keep it simple.

The car needs to take the Z back to its roots... an all out performance car.... loud but fast as hell and great in the corners. Not something you want to take to dinner at Ruth Chris's Steakhouse... If thats what you want, get the SS. Make the Z28 an all out, balls to the wall performace oriented Camaro...

Oh and do all this and it should be very similar to the price of an SS... $40K TOPS! Remember its not a Corvette and we are trading frills and comfort for performance....

Think back to 1998ish... GM came out with the FRC Corvette. It was lighter, faster and cheaper than a base coupe... Now it blossomed into the Z06 and the price skyrocketed.... We need to be thinking about this car... without the price hike.

This will make the car sell to a small number... just like the FRC did. GM needs to look at the Z28 as a car for the enthusiasts, NOT THE MASSES...

Of course this is just my opinion but I'd buy one!

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i really did enjoy reading this! thanks for posting!
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They are good wishes I guess, if that's the kind of thing you like. But it makes no business sense.
Good luck with that.
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i agree with most of this... other than the cowl hood, hardened axles, just because the cost factor wouldn't justify it, imho.

but the z28 should be a driver's car. no sunroof option either.

and it should come with 18's, with bigger rubber.
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Old 06-12-2010, 06:03 PM   #6
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They are good wishes I guess, if that's the kind of thing you like. But it makes no business sense.
Good luck with that.
Explain to me how this doesnt make business sense and the ZR1 does? It would be exactly what it was supposed to be, A wolf... Does it need to be in sheeps clothes? Make it a wolf in all terms...

Maybe they should make it a waterdown version of a performance car... oh wait, they did, its called an SS. Dont get me wrong I LOVE my car but I had to change a bunch of stuff that was watered down to fit for the masses. The OEM shifter is too sloppy, the exhaust it too quiet, the suspension is too loose, the car rides to high, the stock tune is poor... all done that way for business sense.

The Z28 should come ready to rule. GM doesnt have to sell 100,000 of them. The LT/SS combo can take care of the "business sense"... its just a package, like the ZR1... makes sense to me.

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i agree with most of this... other than the cowl hood, hardened axles, just because the cost factor wouldn't justify it, imho.

but the z28 should be a driver's car. no sunroof option either.

and it should come with 18's, with bigger rubber.
yea.. the axels where a stretch. the regular ones would *probably be fine.

right, no sunroof.. adds weight

ohh... good one 18's for sure!

I like that... a driver's car. It doesnt need to be "comfy".
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Apex Paul and I have had this conversation before and we would love for it to be along the same lines as the Cobra R. Basically a street legal race car with no a/c, no sunroof, no audio, no rear seat, no sound deadening, and no power anything. Add some lightweight body panels and functional front and rear diffusers. Drop in an LSX and a nice suspension and brake package and let it rip.

However, we know this is not what the vehicle we all know as the upcoming Z28 will be. But maybe we will get something like it before the 5th Generation goes away as a limited edition with a different name.

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No red calipers please. Tired of the look. And they need to offer the Z in some unique colors that fit the car. Oh, and I got no problem with a factory SC.
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I think I'm probably a very small minority on this forum in that I don't really care what engine the Z28 has. I want a road course camaro. I want it to have a suspension that makes my RX8 feel like a wobbly POS in the turns, and enough balls to power through the apex without playing the momentum games i have to play in my 8 to make that happen.

Thats my wish list. A car with power that i can throw through the twisties as good, or better, than my current car without losing the rear end.


I definitely like the suggestions of a bare bones drivers car, though. I hate leather interior, and as much as i like my sunroof in my 8, i definitely don't need one.
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Explain to me how this doesnt make business sense and the ZR1 does? It would be exactly what it was supposed to be, A wolf... Does it need to be in sheeps clothes? Make it a wolf in all terms...

Maybe they should make it a waterdown version of a performance car... oh wait, they did, its called an SS. Dont get me wrong I LOVE my car but I had to change a bunch of stuff that was watered down to fit for the masses. The OEM shifter is too sloppy, the exhaust it too quiet, the suspension is too loose, the car rides to high, the stock tune is poor... all done that way for business sense.

The Z28 should come ready to rule. GM doesnt have to sell 100,000 of them. The LT/SS combo can take care of the "business sense"... its just a package, like the ZR1... makes sense to me.
Have you looked at what you can get on a ZR-1? It has a Bose sound system, memory seats, and leather seats.There is an upgraded leather interior package on it for God's sake. It has a leather DASHBOARD. But yeah, I guess the ZR-1 is a watered-down version of a performance car, seeing as it's frilly.

The current Camaro is already getting blasted about its' cheap interior and you guys want it cheaper? The Z needs to compete with its' arch nemesis, the GT 500. The GT 500 has 6 way adjustable power leather seats (you can even get them 2 toned), a 10 speaker sound system, Navigation package, dual climate zone HVAC and even an optional GLASS ROOF.

In this day and age people want to have the cake and eat it. They want high horsepower numbers AND luxury. Bare bones doesn't cut it anymore with the buying public, and the sales numbers of specialty "stripper" models reflects that. That's why I'm saying it doesn't make business sense.

GM doesn't need to sell 100,000 Z/28's, but why not try? Or at least not cripple their sales by building a car too 'hardcore'
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I think I'm probably a very small minority on this forum in that I don't really care what engine the Z28 has. I want a road course camaro. I want it to have a suspension that makes my RX8 feel like a wobbly POS in the turns, and enough balls to power through the apex without playing the momentum games i have to play in my 8 to make that happen.

Thats my wish list. A car with power that i can throw through the twisties as good, or better, than my current car without losing the rear end.


I definitely like the suggestions of a bare bones drivers car, though. I hate leather interior, and as much as i like my sunroof in my 8, i definitely don't need one.
I had a 2004 RX~8... gonna be tough to make this fat a$$ go like the RX throuh the turns. I agree the torque on the RX was very poor...

With the right mods though, the Camaro takes the twisites very well.

I went from the RX~8 to a 2007 Corvette to the Camaro and I could actually drive the RX~8 faster than the Corvette or Camaro though my back country roads . When it comes to road courses, its not all about power.
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Have you looked at what you can get on a ZR-1? It has a Bose sound system, memory seats, and leather seats.There is an upgraded leather interior package on it for God's sake. It has a leather DASHBOARD. But yeah, I guess the ZR-1 is a watered-down version of a performance car, seeing as it's frilly.

The current Camaro is already getting blasted about its' cheap interior and you guys want it cheaper? The Z needs to compete with its' arch nemesis, the GT 500. The GT 500 has 6 way adjustable power leather seats (you can even get them 2 toned), a 10 speaker sound system, Navigation package, dual climate zone HVAC and even an optional GLASS ROOF.

In this day and age people want to have the cake and eat it. They want high horsepower numbers AND luxury. Bare bones doesn't cut it anymore with the buying public, and the sales numbers of specialty "stripper" models reflects that. That's why I'm saying it doesn't make business sense.

GM doesn't need to sell 100,000 Z/28's, but why not try? Or at least not cripple their sales by building a car too 'hardcore'
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the Z28.

It SHOULD NOT be a 6 cyl twin turbo
It SHOULD NOT be an SS with a superchager thrown on... this is done every day!

It SHOULD have a LSx... naturally aspirated, maybe tweaked to put more than 500hp out. I dont think 74hp is enough to make people make the jump.... It should be in the 525-550 range... WITHOUT forced induction! This is easily done if GM gets their aahhem off of the Government/EPAs aahhemm... A handful of cars outside the CAFE regs wont kill them...

It SHOULD also:

- be based on a 1SS... no leather, no frills, no RS. You want frills, get the SS. It SHOULD have a leather wrap steering wheel and shift knob though... Thats your direct contact with the car, it should feel good!

- have the 4 guage pack.

- be availiable in auto or manual WITHOUT DOD on the auto or CAGS on the manual.

- have the track pack that they should make an option on the SS.

- have a short throw shifter in the manual

- have GMPP agressive exhaust, not the Z06 dual tone exhaust... it should ALWAYS be loud and open!

- have open style cold air intake

- have a 4.10 rear gear

- have stainless braided brake lines with red calipers (Z06 paint scheme) with better pads. The Brembo calipers are fine.

- hardened axels might be a good idea.

- have brake cooling ducts like the Z06.

- have some sort of cowl induction hood... THATS FUNCTIONAL... like the Z06

- be availble in a limited number of colors. No RJT, IBM, SG or CGM...... Only BLACK, RED, WHITE, ORANGE, YELLOW, BLUE (since they are going to add a nice bright one) or SILVER.

- the badge should have a RED "Z" and BLACK "28" in the same font style and location as the RS or SS badges.

- made lighter... reduce the sound deadening all over the car. Take out some of the useless stuff weighing the car down... like the subwoofer in the dash, the onstar computer, the air pump in the trunk!

- No options... you pick your tranny, your color, your stripes and thats all... it is what it is...

Keep it simple.

The car needs to take the Z back to its roots... an all out performance car.... loud but fast as hell and great in the corners. Not something you want to take to dinner at Ruth Chris's Steakhouse... If thats what you want, get the SS. Make the Z28 an all out, balls to the wall performace oriented Camaro...

Oh and do all this and it should be very similar to the price of an SS... $40K TOPS! Remember its not a Corvette and we are trading frills and comfort for performance....

Think back to 1998ish... GM came out with the FRC Corvette. It was lighter, faster and cheaper than a base coupe... Now it blossomed into the Z06 and the price skyrocketed.... We need to be thinking about this car... without the price hike.

This will make the car sell to a small number... just like the FRC did. GM needs to look at the Z28 as a car for the enthusiasts, NOT THE MASSES...

Of course this is just my opinion but I'd buy one!

Thanks for reading,
$40k for all that is rediculous, c'mon man. Atleast be a little less of a dreamer and be more realistic.

You basically want an LS7, but with ~10% more power.

You want an exhaust that would probably be illegal (technically) in most states.

BTW The Z06 price skyrocketed because it has parts that have real value. You want a $35k car with a bunch of added options/accessories for only ~$5k more. And that's with an engine with a higher output than even the expensive LS7 puts out.


Not to mention this dream "Z28" would in all likelyhood be facing a FAT gas guzzler tax!!

WAKE UP!!!!

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The Z28 was always the little brother(originally to the SS350/SS396, then to the IROC-Z and finally back to the SS). It was a roadcourse track car that didn't put out the most power when it was originally introduced. They weren't full of frills, they couldn't be had with A/C or power steering. Would it sell today that way? Not many.
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$40k for all that is rediculous, c'mon man. Atleast be a little less of a dreamer and be more realistic.

You basically want an LS7, but with ~10% more power.

You want an exhaust that would probably be illegal (technically) in most states.

BTW The Z06 price skyrocketed because it has parts that have real value. You want a $35k car with a bunch of added options/accessories for only ~$5k more. And that's with an engine with a higher output than even the expensive LS7 puts out.


Not to mention this dream "Z28" would in all likelyhood be facing a FAT gas guzzler tax!!

WAKE UP!!!!

First it isnt a $35K car AND a bunch of stuff added... Whats a 1SS non RS go for?.. Maybe $31 or $32.

They could save a lot by taking away a lot of the other stuff I mention.

What did I put on there that is all that expensive? A $400 short throw sifter? A $500 set of springs and sway bars? A more free flowing exhaust? A open CAI? Some 4.10 gears?

Nothing I put was that unrealistic. Whats unrealistic is to think that people are going to be stupid enough to spend 50-60 grand on a PRODUCTION Camaro. it needs to be a reasonable price point, not like the grossly overprice SRT8 and GT500. Sure, a sucker is born every day but nothing that I put was shooting for the moon. As far as the engine goes... who knows and getting those number aren't that difficult.
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Why are so many wanting to narrow options. What if your narrow option ideas are not put in GM's plans. Would it not be better to have a long list of potential options and then let the consumer decide. I sure do not want a bounch of clone Z28 out there. Lets say they sell XX,XXX Z28's do you really want the options to be that limited. So you car is one of xx,xxx. I would much rather have my car one of 200ish. I realize that a Sunroof would not be old school. However I would sure like one in mine. I like the open feel. I think GM is smart enough to appeal to more consumers than just to historians. Give me options or I will give them a NO SALE.
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the Z28.

It SHOULD NOT be a 6 cyl twin turbo
Agree

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It SHOULD NOT be an SS with a superchager thrown on... this is done every day

It SHOULD have a LSx... naturally aspirated, maybe tweaked to put more than 500hp out. I dont think 74hp is enough to make people make the jump.... It should be in the 525-550 range... WITHOUT forced induction! This is easily done if GM gets their aahhem off of the Government/EPAs aahhemm... A handful of cars outside the CAFE regs wont kill them...
I don't really agree. If this is going to be the top Camaro, it has to compete with the GT500. A supercharged LSx is going to be the best way to go about doing that

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- be based on a 1SS... no leather, no frills, no RS. You want frills, get the SS. It SHOULD have a leather wrap steering wheel and shift knob though... Thats your direct contact with the car, it should feel good!
No. You could get a 1st gen Z28 with all the options so there's no reason that this car shouldn't be the same.


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- be availiable in auto or manual WITHOUT DOD on the auto or CAGS on the manual.

- have the track pack that they should make an option on the SS.

- have a short throw shifter in the manual
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- have GMPP agressive exhaust, not the Z06 dual tone exhaust... it should ALWAYS be loud and open!
Agressive, yes. Not too loud though. Too loud can get you in trouble with the law so GM won't offer a really loud exhaust on the car.

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- have open style cold air intake
Maybe not open style but a less restrictive system would be nice.

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- have a 4.10 rear gear
That would be a nice option but shouldn't be standard. Not everyone is going to drag this car so it shouldn't be geared that way unless the customer wants it.

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- have stainless braided brake lines with red calipers (Z06 paint scheme) with better pads. The Brembo calipers are fine.
Not really necessary. Extra cost that I wouldn't want.


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- hardened axels might be a good idea.
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Meh.

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- have some sort of cowl induction hood... THATS FUNCTIONAL... like the Z06
As long as it looks good.


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- be availble in a limited number of colors. No RJT, IBM, SG or CGM...... Only BLACK, RED, WHITE, ORANGE, YELLOW, BLUE (since they are going to add a nice bright one) or SILVER.
Nah. Just make all colors available. Maybe offer a Z28 exclusive color though.

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- made lighter... reduce the sound deadening all over the car. Take out some of the useless stuff weighing the car down... like the subwoofer in the dash, the onstar computer, the air pump in the trunk!
Needs to be lighter for sure. Onstar will always be there.

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No options... you pick your tranny, your color, your stripes and thats all... it is what it is...
Again, you could get the 1st gen with a lot of goodies. Also, this car is going to be quite a bit more than a 2SS so it needs to have all the amenities that the 2SS has.

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The car needs to take the Z back to its roots... an all out performance car.... loud but fast as hell and great in the corners. Not something you want to take to dinner at Ruth Chris's Steakhouse... If thats what you want, get the SS. Make the Z28 an all out, balls to the wall performace oriented Camaro...
They won't do that if they want to sell a lot of them. You're seriously limiting your customer base offering a car this expensive that doesn't have the 2SS options available. The base car can come without but there's nothing wrong with offering the extras as options.


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Oh and do all this and it should be very similar to the price of an SS... $40K TOPS! Remember its not a Corvette and we are trading frills and comfort for performance....
Not possible. Keep in mind that all of this stuff you're posting will only add cost to a 2SS. It won't be anywhere near $40k with all of this stuff.

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Think back to 1998ish... GM came out with the FRC Corvette. It was lighter, faster and cheaper than a base coupe... Now it blossomed into the Z06 and the price skyrocketed.... We need to be thinking about this car... without the price hike.
Same drivetrain as the base Vette though. It was faster because it was lighter and it wasn't that much cheaper. The Z06 had a completely different drivetrain with more power, suspension, wheels/tires, etc. That's why it costs so much more.

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This will make the car sell to a small number... just like the FRC did. GM needs to look at the Z28 as a car for the enthusiasts, NOT THE MASSES...
The FRC is rare because it didn't sell well, not because GM limited the car. Most Vette buyers wanted a targa top on the Vette unless they were getting considerably more performance.


Nice topic though! Thanks for posting.
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