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92 WT 4x4 said:
Well, this is the deal.
GM has always place options like engines, transmissions, axles, convenience options, power options, etc in different groups and most options groups will begin with a certain letter and the individual options in that group would have their own number or letter/number.
This began back in the 60's so let's look at some of the numbers. These are just some of them but you get the idea.
Engines - L36, L68, L71, L88, etc
Transmissions - M20, M21, M40, M32, M74, etc
Axles - GU4, GU6, GT4, GT5, G80, etc
Heater/AC - C48, C50, C60, etc
Exterior trim - D48, D50, D55, etc
Suspension - F40, F41, F62, etc
Brakes - J50, J52, J56, J65, etc
Steering - N35, N38, N40, etc.
Wheels/Tires - PW7, PW8, PYU, PY9, etc
Performance, Z28, Z24, ZL1, ZR1, etc
In 1967, when they were building the Camaro that would become the Z/28, they had no idea what to call it. Then somebody came up with the idea with just calling it the next number in line in the Special Performanc "Z" RPO group. The top dog at the time was the Camaro SS396 and it's RPO number was Z27, so the new Camaro became the Z/28 and Chevrolet has named some of their high performance models by their "Z" RPO numbers ever since; the 1969 ZL1 Camaro and Corvettes, the 1970 Corvette ZR1, and then later the Z24 Cavalier, the Z71 trucks and ZR2 Colorado.
So the Z71 doesn't really stand for anything, it's just the RPO assigned to the particular performance suspension option and GM decided to market it by it's RPO.
ตามที่เขาอธิบาย ใจความสำคัญคือ Z เป็นรหัสของกลุ่ม Special Performanc
และก็มีคนเสริมว่า มันคือ RPO code ของทาง GM นั่นแหละ... ตามนั้นครับ
Z-71 = Chassis Package "Off Road" Skid plate,stickers and better shocks
Z-82 = Trailering Equiptment
Z-85 = Suspension Package, Handling/Trailering