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1981 Chevrolet Camaro Overview
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The 1981 Chevrolet Camaro marked the end of the second generation of the pony car (thank goodness, say many, disappointed with the lack of power throughout the decade). Only three trims were offered, limited to the base model, Berlinetta, and Z28. The Rally Sport disappeared once again. The RS, truly the Mr. Roper of the family, seemed to like to drop in, make a few folks smile, then depart, leaving people wondering when it would return again.
The 1981 Camaro different from its second generation counterparts, as it had a computer which made the V8 street-legal for all 50 states (we're looking at you, California). The V6 remained without this equalizer, leaving the base engine a 229-ci V6 rated at 110 horsepower for everywhere but California, where a 231-ci similarly rated vehicle was available.
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Chevrolet Camaro Questions
Cruise Control 1981 Camaro
I have fitted a New Transducer I purchased from Rick Camaros (there support has been less then helpful) The problem is that it increases in speed same as the old unit did. I have checked all the vacuu...
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1981 Z 28 Vacuum Hoses
Where can I find a diagram of all the vacuum hoses for my 1981 camaro z28 350 engin the car useless ok in park but if I put it in reverse or in drive with the acon it steals I think it may be a vacu...
I Am Having Trouble With My 81 Camaro Berlinetta Stalling.
I have an 81 Camaro Berlinetta I just recently bought off a buddy of mine from work. It has the 305 5.0L small block V8. It sat in a farmers field for 4 years and isn't in the best of shape. Howe...