2014 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Reviews
Chevrolet Performance's COPO Camaro plan returns for 2014 with yet another small run of factory-created race cars plus a set of new racing engine options. It's the next year for the COPO Camaro plan and like the prior two, just 69 cars will probably be constructed for Super Stock competition and NHRA Stock Eliminator. They'll carry the distinguishing, updated styling of the 2014 Camaro line, including new front and rear fascias.
Each COPO Camaro race car is constructed by hand starting with hardware from the Overall Motors Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant that makes regular-creation Camaros, including the exact same body in white body shells (part number 19243374) racers can buy from Chevrolet Performance, along with other COPO-special parts, to construct their particular dedicated race car. Each production car is fitted with a NHRAapproved roll cage and other security equipment, along with racing chassis and suspension parts - including an original solid rear axle system as opposed to the regular-creation Camaro's separate rear axle.
The newly constructed racing engines contain a modified variant of the naturally aspirated 427 engine and super-charged variant of the 350 engine introduced in 2013. It'll have a 2.9L Whipple screwtype supercharger. Naturally-aspirated 396 and 350 engines may also be accessible. Clients choose the engine predicated on their planned NHRA racing group. They can still buy all four engines, each serialized to fit the auto.
The 2014 COPO Camaro also contains updated images, new racing seats plus a brand new, accessible wheel layout.
"The COPO Camaro contingent was powerful at the very first Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in 2013 and we anticipate an even bigger turnout together with the brand new autos in 2014," said Campbell. "The new engines is likely to make the racing more exciting and COPO motorists more competitive."
Engine lineup is crated by expanded COPO
Curb weight adjustments would be the main demand for category qualification.
Chevrolet Performance engineers designed and analyzed the engines with the exact same procedures used to develop generation engines, ensuring their endurance and performance. A Holley engine management system is contained with each engine.
Chevrolet Performance's "COPO Camaro Build Book" (part number 88958767) has an insider's look in the collection of the production cars through a huge selection of color photographs. In Addition, the book contains detailed specifications for their manufacturers used for the production vehicles as well as NHRA categorization and descriptions of the components. Essential startup, warmup and pre - / post - race procedures will also be contained in addition to care as well as fluid recommendations. The publication can be found from Chevrolet Performance retailers.
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