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Tran 01-26-2011 09:55 PM

'Black Cat' Camaro SS by German Tuner Speed Box
 
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German tuner Speed Box has put together its supercharged Camaro and dubbed it the "Black Cat". The compressor kit bumps up the power on the Camaro SS to 625 PS (616hp). The factory exhaust system has been replaced by a BORLA stainless steel exhaust system (without tailpipes).

Handling and stance has been upgraded via H&R coilovers, H&R stabilizer bars, and 22" Schmidt Revolution "Rhino" wheels which feature 265/30-R22 and 295/25-R22 tires, front and back, respectively, wrapped around the 10 x 22" and 11 x 22" rims.

An optional matte body paintwork is also available.

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BLACK CAT - 22 "by www.FELGE.de and 625 HP
Vehicle: Chevrolet Camaro SS

The reinvigorate rated economical crisis after the U.S. car industry has born some kind of cars during its remarkable history. The made by GM Chevrolet Camaro SS is with good reason that is represented in this category. Comparisons with the legendary Ford Mustang are not at all far-fetched, they are even a matter of intention.

Herten, Germany, you can find the Speed Box car workshop. And it is even there such a Camaro that has been chosen to make all neighbors to have a look at this kind of vehicle.

The dominant power dome on the engine bonnet gives justified reasons for speculations, because the 6.2 liters V8 engine produces 432 HP at a max standard. torque of 569 N / m. After having passed a cure power with compressor kit (€ 8,999.00) by Speed Box, the Camaro impressionating produces 625 HP.
The BORLA stainless steel exhaust system helped (999.00 € without tailpipe) has its own full up sound. The matte black body paint work under the lines of the Chevy catlike manner, available starting from € 3.500.

The top of the pops is this phenomenal wheel / tire combination named Rhino out of the seemly endless wheel model pool of Schmidt Revolution (www.felge.de) Bad Segeberg, Germany. For this type of care have been used equipped with 265/30-R22 and 295/25-R22 tires 10x22 "and 11x22" wheels, wheel arch without crimping. The wheel set price incl tires is of € 3,399.00. In addition, the high quality rims from Rhino Schmidt Revolution have especially weatherproof stainless steel face plate, that can be replaced in case of damage in a cheap and quick way to thanks to optimized installation. The Rhino light alloy rims are available in 9x20 ", 10x22" and 11x22 ".

Additionally, Speed Box Spends H & R coilovers for 1,272.00 €. H & R stabilizers are optional for another € 530.00, Which improves the driving dynamics sensibly.

And if after all the well-disposed spectator fevers to get the key to make an extended test drive, the tuning experts will have reached their aim.

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BWProductions 01-26-2011 10:06 PM

SO SICK!!!

TaylorRyanSS 01-26-2011 10:07 PM

meh... looks too stock and not a fan of the wheels

blackknight 01-26-2011 10:08 PM

looks sick!

slick rick 01-26-2011 10:08 PM

Did they take the pictures before they replaced the exhaust? Those look like stock mufflers to me :iono:

oldfriend 01-26-2011 10:19 PM

pict? or renderings ????

M6HuggerSS 01-26-2011 10:31 PM

great rendurings... horrible wheels.

Revo1 01-26-2011 10:59 PM

I still see factory mufflers... Wheels are terrible. :iono:


Cool to see a German-tuned Camaro tho! This car really does have universal appeal! :headbang: :chevy:

The_Blur 01-26-2011 11:01 PM

:drool: That is so ridiculously cool!

Mr CLuTcH 01-26-2011 11:22 PM

I'm not too impressed. As someone else has pointed out,....it looks too stock, and IMHO "pimped out" with the 22s. Not my taste. In the pictures the factory exhaust are still in place......:yikes: The power bump is a plus,....but I just wouldn't have went with 22s. I would have changed out the rims and stayed with 20s,...although wider ones.

:cool: Nice non-the less.

the Kolektor 01-26-2011 11:34 PM

Thats so freakin sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!

2010 SSRS 01-26-2011 11:36 PM

very cool pictures

Camaro68 01-26-2011 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Revo1 (Post 2772766)
I still see factory mufflers... Wheels are terrible. :iono:

:word:

Cool to see a German-tuned Camaro tho! This car really does have universal appeal! :headbang: :chevy:

agree :chevy:

The_Blur 01-26-2011 11:50 PM

I was mostly referring to the photography in my previous post. Those are great pictures.

They need to pop that hood.

Kilo-9 01-26-2011 11:52 PM

Overall, it looks very angry...I like it. :cool:

SSMX 01-27-2011 02:05 AM

Like many more, not big fan of the wheels!!!

whiteknight012 01-27-2011 02:55 AM

Love the pics...not a big fan of the rims, though.

Blacky 01-27-2011 03:00 AM

have seen the Car in an Internet site here in Germany under the Title
"Gothic Camaro"
for my tast i must say there are alot ob better looking Cars here in Germany :D

But the Engine is OK, would love to trade the SC with my Stock one :sm0:

CyberGamaro 01-27-2011 04:44 AM

:facepalm:It's a Camaro for Christ's sake, don't give it blinged out, over sized wheels...so many companies do this...why, the rest is good though :thumbup:

Jerseyrican88 01-27-2011 08:19 AM

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL, I WANT IT!!!

robnapier 01-27-2011 08:29 AM

meh. Kinda pricey for a formulaic mod. The designers for this didn't really embrace the subtle styling cues of the car. They just did what they do for every other car out there - lower it and throw on some off-the-shelf, oversized rims. SC is a bit over-priced as well. Nice try. Next!

GEEo 01-27-2011 09:32 AM

The pictures are awesome!

But the car just look to plain and not really a fan of wheel.

iFast 01-27-2011 09:38 AM

So I can create my own marketable version of the Camaro by simply throwing a set of rims, lowering springs and a supercharger on it? Sounds easy enough...

Not liking the rims. Looks like a stock SS to me.... which isn't bad or anything but I just don't see how this is a marketable version or edition of this car. Oh well....

2SSRS-CGM 01-27-2011 09:47 AM

With a couple black bow ties, new SS emblems, drop springs, and some ghetto wheels (shoot why not spinners at this point?) YOU TOO COULD HAVE THIS CUSTOM CAMARO!!!!!! Obviously, not impressed and the wheels make me :barf:

ZL-1 01-27-2011 12:22 PM

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Originally Posted by TaylorRyanSS (Post 2772577)
meh... looks too stock and not a fan of the wheels

dido:headbang:


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