Alright, so the 95 Corvette had like 300 horsepower out of its LT1 and the same year F-body had 285 horsepower, so whats the deal? If its the same engine shouldn't they be equal? So how did they restrict the F-body LT1 and how do we reverse it?
Corvette got ported Exhaust Manifolds and a 3" to 2 1/2" Exhaust with Dual Mufflers.
Corvette PCM gets higher PCM Air/fuel ratio.. which is why usually 91 Octane is required.
Corvette gets newer parts by atleast one year. If the Camaro has an LS1 intake, the Vette's gets an LS6.
Corvette has bigger fuel injectors, or they spray more.
plus a shitload of little internal and external differences that make it put out more power.
Every year, even though the differences might be change depending on year, the Corvette will be 3 steps ahead.
It will always have the better tech and more flow... even though the core of the motor is the same... simple as that.
And even on a 1/4, its going to take alot more work to get an Fbody, even with the same motor, to run similar times.
Still dont get it? i give up:notworthy
He asked about more power.
Well, Like I have already stated, even IF they had the same power output, the Vette would win.
Yes the Vette might have 20 or 40 more hp, buts its technology and design, tuning, technology, fiberglass body and chassis that make a Vette compete with cars 4 times its price range on all types of tracks and tests.
Ecpecially handling, braking, cornering, acceleration, top speed, power output.... ..cough cough my throat is getting dry, excuse me
Just because you pop your hood and see the same engine doesnt make them similar.
Camaro = $7,000 with 80K
Corvette = $25,000 with 80K... same engine? Wtf?