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  • Texas Shop Building V6 Camaro to Kick Nissan GT-R Ass

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Texas-...-GT-R-Ass.html

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    Re: Texas Shop Building V6 Camaro to Kick Nissan GT-R Ass

    This will be very interesting. Please keep us up to date.
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    • #3
      Re: Texas Shop Building V6 Camaro to Kick Nissan GT-R Ass

      This makes total sense to me.

      If they had used the 6.2 or some other LS derivative, the ricer-cry-babies wouldn't have shut up about the "displacement advantage".(.. sort of like I do when people mistakenly think Ducatis belong on a race track next to real bikes.)

      It's still academic because the GTR probably doesn't get a full "racecar" treatment and will still be retarded fast... just with air conditioning and no roll-bar and DOT rubber... something the Camaro will probably give up to reach it's goal.
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      • #4
        Re: Texas Shop Building V6 Camaro to Kick Nissan GT-R Ass

        you guys must not follow the GT-R forums much. All that camaro needs is a working transmission and it'll have the Nissan beat! :D
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        • #5
          Re: Texas Shop Building V6 Camaro to Kick Nissan GT-R Ass

          That's been an issue for the Camaros too...

          http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2009...blem-is-fixed/
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          • #6
            Re: Texas Shop Building V6 Camaro to Kick Nissan GT-R Ass

            I could not see the 6 tearing up trannys
            of course the 6.2 will kill a tremec

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