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A pro touring camaro will compete in the 2010 one lap of america event

And i kown that is not a supra but still think that it schould be posted in this section.
Tech spec of the car
ENGINE - Katech "Street Attack" Chevrolet LS7, 427 cid


OILING - Factory Dry Sump, Peterson Tank and Breather,

ATS fabricated road race oil pan, Remote cooler
INTERNALS - LS7 crank, Ti connecting rods, bronze bushings,

hardcoat anodized 11:1 forged pistons

CAMSHAFT - Katech Torquer - 220/244 @ .050, .615/.648 lift 110° LSA
VALVE TRAIN - High lift beehive valve springs, Ti retainers
INDUCTION - LS7 intake, machined fuel rails, MSD throttle body
IGNITION - MEFI4B ECU programmed by Turn Key Engine Supply
FUEL - Rick's Stainless fuel tank, internal Kinsler spec pump
EXHAUST - ATS stainless steel Tri-Y road race headers
COOLING - Ron Davis radiator, remote oil and steering coolers

TRANSMISSION - Tremec T-56 Magnum 6-speed manual





CHASSIS



FRONT SUSPENSION - Pozzi Tuned ATS Chicane Suspension,

Seam welded factory subframe,

SpeedTech AFX Spindles with Corvette ZR1 hubs,

Speed Tech High Clearance Control Arms,

modified steering arms and HD center link,
2nd Gen Camaro Tie Rods with fabricated adjustor

HELLWIG 0.156" wall hollow sway bar,

Penske 8200 double adjustable shocks absorbers,

hypercoil coil over springs












REAR SUSPENSION - Lateral Dynamics 3-Link with Watts Link,

custom fabricated Ford 9" style housing,

adjustable HELLWIG solid sway bar,
Penske 8200 double adjustabe shock absorbers,

hypercoil coil over springs





REAR END - Strange aluminum Ford 9" center section, Currie

Enterprises built assembly with True-Trac 9" differential

3.89:1 gears, Mark Williams axles





BRAKES
FRONT - AP Racing - 6-piston calipers with 14" slotted rotors - 0.750" Tilton master cylinder
REAR - AP Racing - 4 piston calipers with 13" slotted rotors - 0.700" Tilton master cylinder

WHEELS and TIRES
FRONT - RUSHFORTH Night Train wheels - 18 x 9.0"

275/35-18 Michelin Pilot Sport 2 tires
REAR - RUSHFORTH Night Train wheels - 18 x 12.0"

335/30-18 Michelin Pilot Sport 2 tires





INTERIOR

Marquez Design First Generation Camaro Dash and Door

panels, Racepak IQ3 data logger dash, Autometer electric

fuel level and pressure guages, custom Ididit short

steering column, Tilton 900-Series pedal box, Vintage

Air air conditioning, Cobra Misano CF Seats, Willans 6-point

cam lock harness, Custom fiberblass headliner,

modified Buick A-pillar covers, ISIS Intelligent Multiplex wiring

system, Hurst Blackjack shifter, 2nd Gen Camaro center console



http://onelapcamaro.blogspot.com/
http://www.onelapcamaro.com/
 

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I was 18 in 1967 so this brings back happy memories of big block Camaros ...though I realize that LS7 is a great modern motor and not the venerable old school rat motor.

So anybody know what's the latest tune level of this car? I saw that one dyno chart on the site showing about 600 rwhp and 570 lb-ft rwtq but they called that a baseline performance mild pump gas tune.
 

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I was 18 in 1967 so this brings back happy memories of big block Camaros ...though I realize that LS7 is a great modern motor and not the venerable old school rat motor.

So anybody know what's the latest tune level of this car? I saw that one dyno chart on the site showing about 600 rwhp and 570 lb-ft rwtq but they called that a baseline performance mild pump gas tune.
I guess that could have about 650 whp
 

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Some pictures from day 1 of the event
http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2010/04
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Some updates from sunday
resh results are back online.. After the second session the OLC is holding onto it's second place standing in thier class, but they are only down by 5 pts in thier class:

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Vint Amer Cumulative Class Points as of Sun May 02 15:31:24 2010
Page 1
Results sorted by position
Pos Car # Vehicle Class Pts O/A Pts

1 66 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 90 935
Michael Hickman, Damon Josz

2 50 Chevrolet Camaro RS 85 850
James Shipka, David Pozzi

3 105 Chevrolet Camero IROC Z28 50 280
GORDON ARAM, JERRY ANDERSON

4 52 Dodge Charger 15 110
Mike Musto, Chris Smith




Our class leader the white 2nd gen Camaro, has two drivers, I"m not sure which is faster, but the pattern seems to be I am faster in the first runs, and they are faster in the 2nd runs. We might swap running order to see what that does, or I may run both sessions tomorrow and James can do the drag racing. The OLC is running great on track, but kinda noisy to talk over when we are on the road. I caught a short nap today but my head was bobbing all over and my neck is a little sore, not to mention my lower back.

Learning the tracks is tough to do, we can get around pretty good but even 1 or 2 extra laps before our runs would really help. I'm driving hard but not all-out so we don't hurt the car. Any time lost to repairs would put us way behind in lost sleep time.

First onboard video of the first event wet skid pad
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MrlLOOVCO0&feature=player_embedded
Second onboard video of event number 2 long course road america hotlaps
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofJ_75kmA8Y&feature=player_embedded
 

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I saw this in person on Sat at Mid American Motorplex. This was probably my favorite car there. Good luck to the guys competing. I think me and a friend might do this event next year.

For people who dont' know. You get 3 laps around the track. You get one hot lap to warm up to it. There is a break then for lunch, then you get 3 more laps with one warm up hot lap. Trying to get the best time in your class.
I think the challenging thing is the fact that you can never change your tires. You have to drive to the next event with the same tires you run at the event. You can bring 1 spare tire, in case one gets shredded or something happens. But if you blow a tire out on the track....you're done. The even it over for you. Makes it a good challenge.
 

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More updates
Tulsa Raceway - Bracket Drag - Bracket Drag Race - Results sorted by position Page 1
Pos Car # Vehicle Class Time Points

1 56 Honda Civic Si Econo Car 340
Mike Roberts, john roberts
2 15 Mitsubishi Evolution X MidPri Sed 335
Chris Wirth, Sean Caron
3 124 MAZDA MAZDA 5 S U V 330
RICHARD FISHER, JASON SAINI
3 6 Subaru WRX STI MidPri Sed 330
Michael Lattos, Erik Van Cleef
4 62 Dodge Ram SRT-10 S U V 325
Eric Edelman, Freddie Edelman

4 39 BMW 325is SSGT2 SB 325
Anthony Magagnoli, Kevin Kreisa
4 24 Dodge Viper SRT/10 SSGT1 BB 325
George Batejan, Steve Smotrich
4 54 Honda Civic Si Econo Car 325
Jonathan Weir, William Chan
5 42 BMW M3 SSGT2 SB 320
Greg Morris, Don Maddox
5 41 BMW M3 SSGT2 SB 320
Eric Holland, Dennis Maddox

5 30 Porsche Boxster S SSGT1 SB 320
Richard Albertus, Loye Troxler
5 10 BMW X6 M S U V 320
Mike Schnell Renner, Thomas Lappin, Steve Maguire
5 52 Dodge Charger Vint Amer 320
Mike Musto, Chris Smith
5 33 Ford Mustang SSGT2 BB 320
Greg Hagopian, Enrique Ramirez
5 50 Chevrolet Camaro RS Vint Amer 320
James Shipka, David Pozzi

5 43 Mazda Miata SSGT2 SB 320
 

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now thats what im talking about old cars still running and performing on the track
Yep. I agree. I was talking about that with one of the guys competing in the event. I like the older muscle cars on the road race events. Mainly because they are known for going fast in a straight line. So when you see one at a road race event, it's usually a gem and is pretty fun to watch.
 
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