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    2002 Camaro z28 with a hurst

    I have a 2002 Camaro z28 with a factory hurst shifter. I was wondering if all the Z28s had this shifter? Most? Rare? Just curious. Thank you in advance.

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    yea all the 2002's come with it. It is part of the 35th Anniversary package

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    I have an 02 Z/28. I didnt know I had a Hurst shifter. How can you tell you have one?
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    the H on the knob gives it away

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    well how about this one then i got a 98 and the shifter handle comes strait up and bends off towards the driver and the handle is powdercaoted black and has HURST engraved down the side of it with no labels on the shift knob. Factory or aftermarket? (thats how it was when i got the car)

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    I believe the RPO code is BBS. Hurst short throw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevo5662
    well how about this one then i got a 98 and the shifter handle comes strait up and bends off towards the driver and the handle is powdercaoted black and has HURST engraved down the side of it with no labels on the shift knob. Factory or aftermarket? (thats how it was when i got the car)
    Hmmmm, you got me, I've never seen that one. I'd say it's probably aftermarket, or maybe a factory hurst with a diff knob?

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    I think the 2001 2002 v-8s had them...not completly sure on that one, but its what I was told...I really dont like the feel of the Hurst....maybe because i have a Pro 5.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamaroKillZ28
    I think the 2001 2002 v-8s had them...not completly sure on that one, but its what I was told...I really dont like the feel of the Hurst....maybe because i have a Pro 5.0
    It's been optional for years, 99 could get them I know

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    well then its probably just the factory option. the 98 and 99 are identicle cars. they debued the 98 half way through the year already so it was actually the 1999 model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevo5662
    well then its probably just the factory option. the 98 and 99 are identicle cars. they debued the 98 half way through the year already so it was actually the 1999 model.
    Actually 98 is the most differing LS1 f-body out of all the years, here's a list of the diffs:
    1. Had different casting heads which had perimeter bolts and valve covers.
    2. Ignition coils were mounted to the valve covers one at a time.
    3. The water temp gauge actually works.
    4. 98's do have an oil life monitor, they just don't tell you anything when its time for a change. You can find it in Auto-Tap
    5. WS6s had single outlet exhaust (all others had duals)
    6. Steering wheel controls were completely different part with indentations on the buttons, and were better built
    7. Only year that Purple, Gold, and Green were available
    8. Some very early Trans Ams came with LT1 style headrests
    9. Rear hatch release was poorly designed and often caused problems releasing mechanism
    10. Early model 98 Monsoon stereos didn't have capability to control 12-disc CD changer
    11. 1998-1999 automatic transmission LS1s could be started in 1st gear even with the shifter in 2nd. Starting 2000, if you put the shifter in 2, it would start off in 2, even from a stop.
    12. 1998-1999 LS1 cars had a smaller throttle body cam, which caused the throttle to open to WOT (wide open throttle) faster than 2000+ cars
    13. 1998 cars had 28 lb fuel injectors from the factory
    14. 1998-2000 cars had a larger cam than the 01-02 cars
    15. 1998-1999 cars had more restrictive exhaust manifolds
    16. 1998-2000 cars had an LS1 intake with EGR
    17. 1998 and some early 1999 cars had blue outside rear view mirrors (Trans Am only)
    18. 1998 only LS1 blocks had a much smaller cylinder sleeve that only tolerated a .005" hone
    19. Last year F-body to use the old 15.5 gallon steel fuel tank.
    20. Only year LS1 F-body to contain a gas cap with a tether long enough to actually hang from the fuel door while open
    21. Only year LS1 F-body to not contain the famous GM black box used in the event of an accident to record up to 5 seconds of pre-crash data
    22. 1998 only cars had a different PCV system with the PCV valve located above the passenger side valve cover
    23. 1998 most cars did not have an idle adjustment screw on the throttle body. Some 98 cars do have the idle throttle stop set screws.
    24. 1998 cars have a completely different PCM from 99+ cars
    25. A production shortage of F-body cams caused the use of a C5 cam to be installed in F-body LS1s for a very short time
    26. 97-98 LS1's used a paper water pump gasket. The only gasket that isn't reuseable
    27. SSs did not ALL go to SLP starting in 98. Y2Y was the RPO code that sent them to SLP for additional options
    28. SS option did not "include" the Synthetic oil package, it was a SLP only Option

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    Quote Originally Posted by z_driver1
    Actually 98 is the most differing LS1 f-body out of all the years, here's a list of the diffs:
    1. Had different casting heads which had perimeter bolts and valve covers.
    2. Ignition coils were mounted to the valve covers one at a time.
    3. The water temp gauge actually works.
    4. 98's do have an oil life monitor, they just don't tell you anything when its time for a change. You can find it in Auto-Tap
    5. WS6s had single outlet exhaust (all others had duals)
    6. Steering wheel controls were completely different part with indentations on the buttons, and were better built
    7. Only year that Purple, Gold, and Green were available
    8. Some very early Trans Ams came with LT1 style headrests
    9. Rear hatch release was poorly designed and often caused problems releasing mechanism
    10. Early model 98 Monsoon stereos didn't have capability to control 12-disc CD changer
    11. 1998-1999 automatic transmission LS1s could be started in 1st gear even with the shifter in 2nd. Starting 2000, if you put the shifter in 2, it would start off in 2, even from a stop.
    12. 1998-1999 LS1 cars had a smaller throttle body cam, which caused the throttle to open to WOT (wide open throttle) faster than 2000+ cars
    13. 1998 cars had 28 lb fuel injectors from the factory
    14. 1998-2000 cars had a larger cam than the 01-02 cars
    15. 1998-1999 cars had more restrictive exhaust manifolds
    16. 1998-2000 cars had an LS1 intake with EGR
    17. 1998 and some early 1999 cars had blue outside rear view mirrors (Trans Am only)
    18. 1998 only LS1 blocks had a much smaller cylinder sleeve that only tolerated a .005" hone
    19. Last year F-body to use the old 15.5 gallon steel fuel tank.
    20. Only year LS1 F-body to contain a gas cap with a tether long enough to actually hang from the fuel door while open
    21. Only year LS1 F-body to not contain the famous GM black box used in the event of an accident to record up to 5 seconds of pre-crash data
    22. 1998 only cars had a different PCV system with the PCV valve located above the passenger side valve cover
    23. 1998 most cars did not have an idle adjustment screw on the throttle body. Some 98 cars do have the idle throttle stop set screws.
    24. 1998 cars have a completely different PCM from 99+ cars
    25. A production shortage of F-body cams caused the use of a C5 cam to be installed in F-body LS1s for a very short time
    26. 97-98 LS1's used a paper water pump gasket. The only gasket that isn't reuseable
    27. SSs did not ALL go to SLP starting in 98. Y2Y was the RPO code that sent them to SLP for additional options
    28. SS option did not "include" the Synthetic oil package, it was a SLP only Option

    Wow man, you seem to really know your $hit. You get all that off the top of your head, or you have it some where. I'm just wondering I would like to have information like that for the 2002 model.

    Just goes to show that every model year changes quite a bit even though the changes are not noticable. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undecided1
    Wow man, you seem to really know your $hit. You get all that off the top of your head, or you have it some where. I'm just wondering I would like to have information like that for the 2002 model.

    Just goes to show that every model year changes quite a bit even though the changes are not noticable. Keep up the good work.
    lol, I wish I knew all of that off of the top of my head. I've got a post on here somewhere with all of it listed but I don't know whaere to find it. just serach for differences through the years and you'll find a post by dipherent design, it's the exact same info I gave you but for all of the years

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    99 was the only year that the ls1 had 26lb injectors! I know that for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamaroKillZ28
    99 was the only year that the ls1 had 26lb injectors! I know that for sure!
    aaaannnnnndddd. . .

    2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by z_driver1
    lol, I wish I knew all of that off of the top of my head. I've got a post on here somewhere with all of it listed but I don't know whaere to find it. just serach for differences through the years and you'll find a post by dipherent design, it's the exact same info I gave you but for all of the years
    Dipherent design has it all typed out in this forum somewhere it took me forever to find it. I have the link, but I dont have enough posts to make a link for ya. So here is the web address where he got it. It is very informative and very interesting. We'll I guess I can't even put the web address in my post (I don't have enough posts) so FUCK IT im out of here.

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    not all 02' z28's had hursts. My uncle bought his with 333 miles on it. It didn't have one. But my 02' does

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