Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
What you are thinking about doing is all "custom mods"...Nothing is impossible but what you are asking will take a huge pile of money and a lot of expertise. Corvette differentials are completely different and require extensive modifications to install, with very little benefit other than being "different" and a good conversation piece. Likely you would be better served by installing a diff made by Strange Engineering which would be far stronger. In a Camaro, you would also benefit more by using a good 350 engine (performance crate version) with a 700r4 transmission behind it (more reliable and less aggravation) The biggest problem would be getting a wiring harness and ignition system to operate the whole thing, but being a Chevy, there are a great number of suppliers of aftermarket harnesses to work with. That said, it will still take a heap of $ and experience to get it all together!!!
Good luck though!!!
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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