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What engine does a 1986 Camaro have?
|Engine manufacturer:||GM Chevrolet Small-Block V-8 305|
|Horsepower net:||141.5 kW / 192 PS / 190 hp (SAE net)|
|Torque net:||386 Nm / 285 ft-lb|
How fast is a 1986 Camaro?
|(theor. without speed governor)||205 km/h / 127 mph|
What does COPO stand for?
Central Office Production Order
COPO stands for “Central Office Production Order” and gives a nod to a production method used by dealers during the sixties. The system allowed them to develop high-performance models that were not available elsewhere.
What year is 3rd gen LS?
Generation III (1997–2007)
|Displacement||4,806 cc (293.3 cu in) 5,327 cc (325.1 cu in) 5,665 cc (345.7 cu in) 5,967 cc (364.1 cu in)|
What is a Gen 3 LS engine?
If the manifold is low, smooth, and rounded, it is a car engine, so if it’s a Gen 3, it will be an LS1 or LS6 engine. If it’s a Gen 3 engine, with an iron block, and a truck intake manifold, with a 4.8/5.3 stamped on the block, it’s either a 4.8L LR4 engine or a 5.3L LM7 or L59 engine.
How much horsepower does a 1986 Z28 have?
CHEVROLET Camaro IROC-Z28 5.7L V8 4AT (245 HP)
What kind of engine does a Camaro Sport have?
The L69HO made its final appearance in a Camaro, with a total of 74 being installed in IROC-Z cars. The base engine for the sport coupe and Berlinetta models became the LB8 V6, and the four-cylinder option was dropped completely.
What kind of rally wheels did Chevy Camaro have in 1986?
New silver 15×7 (up from the 14×7 rally wheel) steel 5 spoke rally wheels became standard equipment on the 1986 Chevy Camaro Sport Coupe. 1986 Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe also got the previous year’s 1985 Chevy Camaro Z28 taillights with the horizontal black separator bar.
How big is a 1986 Chevy Camaro in inches?
* Tenth digit is model year: G = 1986 * Eleventh digit is N for Norwood assembly, L for Van Nuys. * Last six digits increased one for each car built at each plant. Dimensions Length: 187.8 inches
When did the Camaro 350 L98 engine come out?
In June of 1986, a few tuned port, fuel-injected, 350ci-equipped IROC-Zs were released before the switchover to the 1987 model year production, marking the comeback of the 350. In 1987 the L98 engine became a regular option on the IROC-Z, paired with an automatic transmission only. The Berlinetta was no longer available in 1987.