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82 4speed all original

Camaro Discussions (NON-TECHNICAL)

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stripes99
Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 1:35 pm
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I am not sure whether I should take this machine apart or try and sell it as is. Just curious and need help to make decision. Thanks.
 

 
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mm 4 speed manual, yummy
'74 454 .030 Over 4.250 Stroke 489, SRP Forged 0.030 Flat Tops, Crane Z Blower .632/.632 244/256 Cam, Weiand 871 Roots Blower, 2 x 800cfm Barry Grant Speed Demon Carb, Procomp 320cc Heads Race Package, CSR Electric Water Pump, TH400 FUll Manual Reverse Valve Body Sportsman Trans Brake 3000 Stall, 9" Rearend 31 Spline 3.70 Gears.
 

 
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I had an 82 4-speed...the problem with it was the lg4 engine...it was rated at like 145 hp and was really slow. I'm pretty sure you couldn't get the 4-speed with the cross-fire injection motor.
 


 

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