RJ's IOM - aka DAP-ONE [COTW 12/23/13]
I have had my 2010 2SS/RS IOM (L99) since October 16, 2009. I thought I would go ahead and start my own build thread since several members are doing their own. Mine will probably never achieve "BEAST" status like some others out there, but I'm doing this just to make it my OWN! :respekt:
Here is a picture with me and my salesman, Jesse Mike, when I picked up my IOM for the first time at Wommack Chevrolet in Castroville, Texas (formerly called Lundquist Chevrolet).
FARK v3 Kit
Focal Access 6.5" 2-way component speakers
Kicker CVR104 10" round subwoofers
Alpine PDR-F50 4-ch amplifier
Rockford Fosgate Prime R750-1D 2-ch mono amplifier
******** 10" Rear-firing Sub Enclosure
PAC LC-1 Bass Knob
Engine Bay Modifications
Chrome accessories from Showstoppers
Elite Engineering Catch Can
Engine Bay LED lighting
Underhood Camaro SS/RS Mirror Plate from Emblempros
American Racing 1 7/8" long tube headers w/high flow cats
Borla ATAK cat back exhaust
CAI, Inc. cold air intake
Callahan drilled/slotted brake rotors
Dyno and Tune by Henderson Performance
Pedders XA Coil Overs, ZL1 Sway Bar, Toe Links, Radius Rods, and Bushings.
Cosmetic & External Modifications
ACS T4 front splitter and side rockers
SS Outline Black License Plate Frame
Hideaway Headlight Covers
IOM powder-coated brake calipers
IOM "Ghosted" side-markers from AAC
IOM "Ghosted" concept side-mirrors from AAC
JDP Motorsports RS Color-Changing Halo Kit
JW Motorsports License Plate LED's
Niche Concourse Wheels w/Inferno Orange Lip - Custom paint by Espino Tire & Wheels, 20x8.5 Front, 20x10 Rear
Nitto Invos Tires - 275/40R/20 Front, 315/35R/20 Rear
River City Creations IOM DRL Bezels
River City Creations Black w/IOM Front & Rear Bowties
River City Creations Black w/IOM License Plate Frame
River City Creations IOM Taillight Bezels
Technostalgia LED Tail Lights
Undercarriage LED lighting
Vertical Door Kit
Window Tinting - 20%
AAC 3157 Chrome Turning Signal Bulbs
CFD Shifter with leather boot and EPCO shift knob
Door Panel Protector - Stainless Steel w/CAMARO Logo
IOM Dashboard Ambient Lighting
IOM Footwell Ambient Lighting
JW Motorsports Interior Dome Light and Trunk Light LED's
Lloyd's SS Floor Mats
P13W Plasma LED Bulbs
SRP IOM Aluminum Pedals
I ordered my IOM around mid-July 2009. At the time, the 5th Gen had been out for about 5 months and was in very high demand. Every dealer in the San Antonio Area was marking up the Camaros as much as $5K OVER MSRP!! Mind you, I was also looking at the Nissan 370Z and the Infinity G37. It was my 11-year old daughter that convinced me to get a Camaro. So, I called up Lundquist Chevy and spoke to Jesse Mike. He told me he would sell me a new 2010 SS at MSRP. I took my family down there and met up with Jesse, super nice guy! He showed us an IBM SS w/white rally stripes. He even let us hear the engine and gave it a few revs! I was sold! I knew I had to have one of these ASAP! The only down-side was I had to order one and it would take about 3 months before delivery!! Well, I placed my order and played the waiting game. That's when I joined Camaro5 and started reading about everything that was going on. I noticed that someone was assisting with tracking Camaro orders by way of VIN number. So, as soon as I got my number from Jesse, I entered my information on C5 and was able to track my car as it was being built and delivered by rail/truck. Here are more pictures of the IOM on delivery day!
The first mod done to my car was the window tinting. I actually had it arranged with someone to do the tinting a few days before I took delivery. It turned out great! The next thing I did was purchase black vinyl cutouts from BigWorm Graphics and blacked out the front and rear bowties to match the black rally stripes.
Next up, were the SS chrome valve stems and SS Lloyd's FLoormats....
I replaced the factory exhaust with the Borla ATAK cat back. The work was done by Lethal Performance on May 31, 2011.
Very nice! I like the attention to the small details.
Here are some pics taken this past weekend at the 1st Annual Texas-Wide Camaro Meet in Austin...
Looking very nice.
I've decided to do some cosmetic mods to the IOM, since it's less expensive than the suspension upgrades and cam that I have planned for early next year...
IOM splashguards from GMPartsDirect.com
Engine bay chrome accessories from Showstoppers...
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