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08 Feb, 2010

Supercharged and nitrous boosted 1000hp / 1000ft-lb Camaro by Cassill Motors / ADM Performance

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This 2010 Camaro SS RS (video here) ordered by Landon Cassill, Nascar rookie of the year 2008, has been turned into quite a monster by ADM Performance. Reportedly dyno’d at 1000hp / 1000+ft-lb tq, this beast features a laundry list of upgrades and enhancements.

At the heart of the Cassill Camaro is an LPE 427 LS7 Short Block motor paired with a Magnacharger TVS2300 supercharger. Additional bolt-ons feature American Racing 2″ headers, Lingenfelter GT-11 camshaft and LS9 Flywheels, LPE Camaro Racing power steering pump, Ron Davis radiator with cooler and custom neck, 3″ Magnaflow exhaust, Rotofab coil covers, integrated boost gauge, and MTI Racing Shifter with Hurst shifter ball and line lock button. Not satisfied with the supercharged 427 LS7′s power, a custom built dry nitrous system has also been added.

All this power would be useless without proper handling enhancements and this Camaro has been built for both road racing and drag racing. Suspension upgrades include PFADT Racing Springs, PFADT Racing Swaybars, beefed up BMR upper and lower control arms, custom wheels and nit drag radial rear tires.

To help with downforce and air induction, as well as giving the car an aggressive look befitting its capabilities, a front lip spoiler, carbon fiber cowl induction hood, and trunk spoiler adorns the car.

We’re hoping to eventually see a video of the Cassill Camaro in action on the strip or road course, so stay tuned!

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