PowerNation Ride Of The Week - 1995 1LE Z28 Camaro

This week’s PowerNation Ride of the Week is from “Camaro Rick” and it’s a 1995 1LE Z28 that he’s had for over 10 years. It has a LS1 427 all aluminum self-built engine. It puts about 600 horsepower to the wheels. It has C5 brakes and 15 pounds of nitrous on tap. It’s 1 out of 106 1LE-packaged cars made in 1995. Nice ride, Rick! Have a ride you want to be featured on PowerNation? Send all your pictures and info to rtmgearhead@rtmtv.com.







Donor 346ci Aluminum LS1 stripped down to the block
Custom machine work by Darton MID sleeves 4.125" finished bore
Forged Compstar 4" stroke crankshaft
7 Liter 427ci total displacement
Howard forged I-beam rods
Diamond pistons -18cc dish
Total seal piston rings
Clevite coated Tri-armor bearings
PRC Aftermarket CNC LS3 heads 260cc intakes and flow over 360cfm
Fast 102mm LSXR Intake
Kooks 1 7/8" Long tube headers
2 QTP Oval cutouts on Y-Pipe, and 1 QTP on Borla exhaust
Nick Williams 102 throttle body
Nitrous Outlet wet 102mm plate kit kit with 15lb bottle
UMI Tube K-member, BMR subframe connectors
C5 Corvette brakes
Koni Yellow adjustable shocks
6LE Custom front bumper, and aftermarket 98 style SS Hood








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