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2010 Camaro SS Project – On The Way to SEMA, Far From Completed

What a blur…
The last few weeks seemed to pass like minutes. I have been so busy with my day job and then working on my SEMA project that I have had no time to make updates so I will do it all in this entry.  Consider this 2010 Camaro SEMA Project – Phase 3, 4, and 5.
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2010 Camaro SEMA Project – Phase 2 Completed!

2010 Camaro Borla Header Compared to Factory Manifold

2010 Camaro Borla Header Compared to Factory Manifold

Now that the Pedder’s Extreme Xa coilover system has been put in place and proven itself to be a very worthwhile addition to any 2010 Camaro, it is now time to start working on making some power. Phase 2 of this project is to install a set of Borla Long Tube headers.

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2010 Camaro SEMA Project – Phase 1 Completed!

After the Pedders Extreme Xa Coilover installation - two inches lower and handling like never before

After the Pedders Extreme Xa Coilover installation - two inches lower and handling like never before

It is one month until SEMA 2009 in Las Vegas, and I still have a lot to accomplish for it to be ready for the Nitto Tire display (booth 46115). At least Phase 1 of the project is now completed…which is the long awaited Pedder’s Extreme Xa coilover suspension kit. I mentioned this back in April as one of my first confirmed mods to my 2010 Camaro, and it is finally installed.

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The Magnacharger for my 2010 Camaro is IN!

Magnacharger 2010 Camaro ZRS Supercharger

Magnacharger 2010 Camaro ZRS Supercharger

With just a bit over 1,000 miles on the clock of my 2010 Camaro SS, I suppose that it is time to do something a bit bold to get it started for the SEMA show in Las Vegas.

So here it is, the start of the madness.  Nothing like bolting on 100+ extra intercooled horsepower to make your grin a little bit wider.

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Some thoughts on the choosing the A6 over the M6

A lot of you may know that I was struggling with the decision to go with the automatic or manual in my 2010 Camaro. After a long decision, I eventually chose the A6 at the last minute. Since I have taken delivery, I have been asked quite a few times and if I like it and if I regret getting it. Now that I have nearly 1,000 miles on my 2010 Camaro, I think I can answer that question.

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This Camaro project is complete and the car is sold.
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