The number of cubic inches of piston displacement is directly
proportional to the amount of torque that can be coaxed out of an
engine. This GM Specialty Vehicle Department 1997 Chevrolet Camaro
510 features 556 ft/lbs of torque at 5,000 rpm, 600hp at 6,000 rpm
with a cast-iron marine 502ci cylinder block bored .030 over. It
features a Nitrided and cross-drilled marine forged-steel
crankshaft, forged-steel rods with ARP bolts and Wiseco
forged-aluminum mini-dome pistons, GM open-chamber aluminum
cylinder heads and Manley stainless-steel intake and exhaust
valves. It also features COMP cams hydraulic roller camshaft and
valve train, and Felpro seals and gaskets. **THIS IS A MODIFIED
VEHICLE. NEITHER GM, THE SELLER NOR BARRETT-JACKSON MAKE ANY
WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
CONCERNING THE VEHICLE, INCLUDING NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE VEHICLE IS NOT CERTIFIED TO
COMPLY WITH ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL LAWS, RULES OR REGULATIONS
AND MAY NOT BE DRIVEN ON PUBLIC ROADS. THIS VEHICLE WILL BE
CONVEYED TO BUYER WITH A "SCRAP" TITLE.**
1997 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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