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  • Building The Tom Henry RS Part Two: Heads And Valvetrain

    Building The Tom Henry RS Part Two: Heads And Valvetrain

    In the first part of this series, a Flowmaster exhaust, SLP 1.8:1 rockers and other, minor bolt-ons, gained us 17-hp at the wheels. Clearly, our V6 Camaro's response to mods is promising and there's potential in the 3800 Series II engine, so now, we're going to get more serious about performance enhancement.
    Image: CHpg Staff




    Get that 2010 Feeling

    One reason we're modifying the engine in the Tom Henry RS is, as stated previously, to use our...
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  • Building The Tom Henry RS Part One: Easy Stuff First

    Building The Tom Henry RS Part One: Easy Stuff First

    Since Camaro's 1967 debut, a six-cylinder engine ('67-'79, I-6; '80-'02 and '10-up V6) has been either standard or for four years in the early-’80s when General Motors made the awful mistake of an inline-four for a base engine, a midlevel option.

    For the Camaro's first ten years, V8s outsold sixes by a considerable margin, but in 1977, with our country in the throes of an agonizing gasoline shortage, V6s sold on par with V8s. From then on, until production temporarily ceased after...
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  • Building the Tom Henry RS

    Building the Tom Henry RS





    The idea behind the "Tom Henry RS" Project was to modify a Fourth Generation Camaro, Powered by the 3800 Series II V6, to the point that some of its performance characteristics approached those of the latest V6 Camaros.

    Recent base-model Camaros come with GM's 3.6-liter, four-cam, direct-injected, "High-Feature V6" which puts out between 313 and 335- horsepower depending on the model year. Our project car build-up modified the 4th gen...
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    Last edited by LETZRIDE; 08-14-2017, 12:57 AM.
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  • Building The Tom Henry RS Part Two: Heads And Valvetrain
    LETZRIDE
    In the first part of this series, a Flowmaster exhaust, SLP 1.8:1 rockers and other, minor bolt-ons, gained us 17-hp at the wheels. Clearly, our V6 Camaro's response to mods is promising and there's potential in the 3800 Series II engine, so now, we're going to get more serious about performance enhancement.
    Image: CHpg Staff




    Get that 2010 Feeling

    One reason we're modifying the engine in the Tom Henry RS is, as stated previously, to use our...
    10-09-2017, 03:27 PM
  • Building The Tom Henry RS Part One: Easy Stuff First
    LETZRIDE
    Since Camaro's 1967 debut, a six-cylinder engine ('67-'79, I-6; '80-'02 and '10-up V6) has been either standard or for four years in the early-’80s when General Motors made the awful mistake of an inline-four for a base engine, a midlevel option.

    For the Camaro's first ten years, V8s outsold sixes by a considerable margin, but in 1977, with our country in the throes of an agonizing gasoline shortage, V6s sold on par with V8s. From then on, until production temporarily ceased after...
    08-22-2017, 06:45 PM
  • Building the Tom Henry RS
    LETZRIDE




    The idea behind the "Tom Henry RS" Project was to modify a Fourth Generation Camaro, Powered by the 3800 Series II V6, to the point that some of its performance characteristics approached those of the latest V6 Camaros.

    Recent base-model Camaros come with GM's 3.6-liter, four-cam, direct-injected, "High-Feature V6" which puts out between 313 and 335- horsepower depending on the model year. Our project car build-up modified the 4th gen...
    08-13-2017, 08:38 PM
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