The 2002 Camaro RS package offered by SLP could be added to V6-powered Camaro's for $849. It was available for cars finished in Artic White, Light Pewter Metallic, Silver Metallic. Navy Blue Metallic, Onyx Black, Monterey Maroon Metallic, Sunset Orange Metallic, Mystic Teal Metallic and Bright Rally Red. The RS content included a front grille with the Chevrolet bow-tie logo, an interior plaque with RS badge, 3 exterior RS badges, a dual-outlet exhaust system with a high-performance muffler (adds 5-hp and a throaty exhaust sound) and black or silver striping. The black striping was not available for Onyx Black or Navy Blue cars and the silver striping was not available for Light Pewter or Sunset Orange cars.
Firebird GT Package Components
12363906 – Extreme Sport Suspension Package Includes 1LE front stabilizer bar (32mm) with harder mounting bushings, link kit, and track bar (with harder bushings).
My '98 Firebird also has the Y87 RPO code. I have read several posts on this forum that said that the motor was modified from the factory as well and the engine code L36 shows it to be a "HO" motor. So, were these motors really any different than non Y87 cars or what? If so, what was the difference? Cams? Pistons? Computer tuning? Just like to know what she's running for internals in the event that I ever have to tear her down. Not that I would anyway, but I don't want to go back with "stock" parts, especially if it wasn't really "bone stock" to begin with.
1998 Pontiac Firebird, mostly stock......but only for now!!
2007 Supercharged Pontiac Grand Prix GT...
1981 Pontiac Firebird, stock 3.8L V6, 58,000 original miles....but still converting it to a T/A clone.