2000 Chevrolet Camaro 302 Concept
The engine features specially modified LS6 cylinder heads, custom-built pistons and lightweight rods.
SLP Engineering, which works with Chevrolet and Pontiace to build the Camaro SS and Firebird Firehawk, among other high-performance vehicles, contribute a lightweight flywheel, aluminum differential cooler, and that heavy-duty axle assembly
The 302 also features a carbon fiber driveshaft.
The chassis has been stiffened with Hotchkis springs, sway bars, rear control arms, panhard bar and strut tower brace. Koni double adjustable shocks and Baer Racing 14-inch cross-drilled brake rotors and PBR calipers help with cornering.
The 302’s interior is complete with an L.G. Motorsports roll bar, special Recaro seats with five-point safety belts and a Billet Hurst six-speed shifter.
|submitted by||Richard Owen|
|displacement||4949 cc / 302.0 in³|
|bhp/weight||bhp per tonne|
|driven wheels||Front Engine / RWD|
|front brakes||Baer Racing cross drilled discs|
|f brake size||x 356 mm / x 14.0 in|
|r brake size||x 356 mm / x 14.0 in|
|wheelbase||2568 mm / 101.1 in|
|transmission||T-56 Six-Speed Manual|