How much of a 95 Camaro can I use?

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How much of a 95 Camaro can I use?

Postby Joe_Gibson » Thu May 11, 2017 1:27 pm


Hi all, I am buying a parts (because there is no title) 95 Camaro with the 3.4 v6 that is still running strong, and I am wondering how much of it I will be able to use since most of the stuff in my trooper looks pretty worn (I don't think the original owner took good care of it.). I will be doing the swap to a 1990 Trooper with a seized 2.8 v6, and a 5 speed tranny. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Re: How much of a 95 Camaro can I use?

Postby geoffinbc » Thu May 11, 2017 11:03 pm

I prefer the Camaro front accessory drive and A/C pump. The water pump is also much shorter if you want to change to electric fans. There isn't much else on the car worth using on the Trooper. They are still a popular platform so definatly part it out on craigslist.
1990 Trooper, 3.2L (3.1L .040 over) Pushrod V6, 5 speed manual. 33X10.50X15 BFG M/T KM2's. 3" OME Lift. Cowl Induction Intake. ARB Lockers front and rear. HD Tierods.
Off the road for an overhaul right now.

Big Bore Intake Kits & Greasable Shackles Here

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Re: How much of a 95 Camaro can I use?

Postby Ed Mc. » Fri May 12, 2017 3:03 am

Hi, Joe, I have a collection of 3.4 swap info files if you're interested. Just send me a Private Mssg with your email address listed and I'll forward the info.

BTW if you haven't already seen it, this 3.4 swap thread is Very Long and Very Informative:

viewtopic.php?t=33457&start=0

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