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Tran 10-17-2009 01:05 PM

JBA Super Sport (Vortech Supercharged 2010 Camaro) to debut at 2009 SEMA (preview)
 
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The first 6 Speed VORTECH Supercharged SS ("JBA Super Sport") hits the streets in preparation for SEMA.


The first SS Camaro to receive the Vortech 2010 Camaro SS Supercharging System featuring the V-3 Si-Trim centrifugal supercharger has hit the streets in Southern California. JBA Performance Headers and Exhaust, now part of the Pertronix family of performance products, has been working with long time industry partners Vortech Engineering to develop the first six speed supercharged SS which will debut at SEMA this November.

The “JBA Super Sport”, as the project is being called, has an impressive list of additions to the core V-3 Si-Trim centrifugal supercharger intended to create a very safe and dependable 600+ rwhp. JBA’s R&D jumped on 2010 Camaro exhaust development and immediately pushed 12 new products into manufacturing. The JBA Super Sport will display the aggressive exhaust offerings including the 6813SJS 1 /78 Long Tube Headers, 6813SDC Mid-Pipes with Cats and the competition version of their 3 inch Cat-Back exhaust system 40-3113. Vortech then will add the icing on the cake by developing a custom tune to accommodate the new free flowing exhaust environment.

Efforts to create the perfect driving experience include a significant weight savings with the addition of a carbon fiber hood with an aggressive 4-inch cowl and a carbon fiber Deck lid and new rear spoiler provided by Carbon By Design. While the build is still in the final stages we do know that a Hurst Shifters Billet/Plus short throw shifter is included in the package along with a carbon fiber 1 piece IEDL Drive shaft, Baer 6 piston brakes with drilled and slotted rotors, B&G S2 Sport lowering springs, Lexani LSS5 22 inch wheels and Toyo 265x30x22 Tires. The JBA Super Sport will enjoy the complete GTS treatment including headlight, fog light, taillight and quarter widow black-outs. The JBA Super Sport is currently in the paint shop getting a complete rework to all surfaces and should be one of the stand out Camaros at the 2009 SEMA show.

Follow the build at www.jbasupersport.com. Here are few preview photos.

tones2SS 10-17-2009 01:10 PM

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WOW!! If it looks like this and has over 600 horses, that is GREAT!! That will be a big hit at SEMA!!:thumbsup::drinking:
Good luck guys and we need more info/pics. The website given is not a website, just a web page. THANKS!!

Revo1 10-17-2009 02:07 PM

Looks really good in concept, can't wait to see it manifest! One thing though: Why is it that everyone feels the need to stuff in these gaudy, oversized wheels that barely clear? I don't think there's a whole lot of performance to be got by doing this...

camarolover69 10-17-2009 02:26 PM

all i have to say is hawt!

JBz007 10-17-2009 02:33 PM

Looks cool, but not as good as I hoped, maybe the real thing will be better.

BJ350HP 10-17-2009 03:00 PM

I always liked the Idea of getting a carbonfiber hood and painting it and leaving the Carbonfiber exposed as racing stripes. Very cool.:w00t:

Can't wait to see the car done.:thumbsup:

Tactical Z 10-17-2009 03:31 PM

Umm...alright? :barf:

OVERPAR73 10-17-2009 05:05 PM

COOL!!

2010 SSRS 10-17-2009 05:52 PM

Looks awesome.

ljustin293 10-17-2009 06:08 PM

sweet

Ferrarimk13 10-17-2009 07:05 PM

thats probably the worse combo of colors ive seen on a sema camaro, but who knows. The hood is cool.

LT1Jeep 10-17-2009 08:58 PM

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Originally Posted by BJ350HP (Post 1056412)
I always liked the Idea of getting a carbonfiber hood and painting it and leaving the Carbonfiber exposed as racing stripes. Very cool.:w00t:

Can't wait to see the car done.:thumbsup:

yeah, if its on a honda!

.... how much weight is really being saved vs the stock aluminum hood..... its got 600+ HP.... does it make a difference????? i think not.

Andro 10-17-2009 10:38 PM

:drool:

BJ350HP 10-18-2009 04:19 AM

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Originally Posted by LT1Jeep (Post 1057367)
yeah, if its on a honda!

.... how much weight is really being saved vs the stock aluminum hood..... its got 600+ HP.... does it make a difference????? i think not.

haha I bet there is no real weight savings its just a appearance mod.

But I like it :thumbsup:


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