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Tran 10-27-2009 01:40 PM

Tjin Edition RoadShow Chevy Camaro SS to debut at SEMA show (sneak preview)
 
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LA HABRA, California, Oct. 26, 2009 - The Tjin Edition RoadShow Chevy Camaro SS in conjunction with General Motors and Real AutoWorks will be debuting in the Air Lift booth (#23633) at the SEMA show on November 3rd, 2009.

With SEMA quickly approaching, the Tjin Edition RoadShow team, led by Neil Tjin, received their brand new 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS with less than 20 miles on the odometer. Having planned out the design well before the arrival, Neil and the team at Real AutoWorks in La Habra, CA got right to work and within a days had the LS3 motor pulled, the interior completely gutted and the rest of the car taken disassembled.

On the exterior, the Tjin Edition RoadShow Camaro SS features super slick, yet subtle modifications. The factory black paint has been replaced with a custom DuPont Cromax Pro two-tone green paint scheme; on the outside, the Camaro’s body has been sprayed in a custom metallic green, while the engine bay and body accents were sprayed in a darker matte green finish. To accentuate the exterior of the car, Revolution Styling supplied a front lip spoiler and vented hood, LightWurkz remodeled the Camaro’s headlights, taillights and fog lights with LED technology, and Ignited HID provided the lighting for the headlights and fog lights.

When the time came for the Tjin Edition RoadShow Camaro SS to be outfitted with its rollers, Neil and iForged worked together and created a one-off set of 22” and 24” iForged Seneka wheels finished with carbon fiber barrels, brushed faces and black bolts. The custom three-piece iForged wheels are matched up with an equally impressive set of Falken FK-452 tires measuring 255/30/22 up front and 275/25/24 in the rear to keep the Camaro on track when on the road. To keep the SS under control, SSBC designed a custom big brake kit especially for the build which included bright purple eight-piston calipers along with crossed-drilled and slotted rotors.

Although all of the above upgrades are key, the fully digital air system suspension provided by Air Lift helps to bring it all together. The digital set up will allow the Tjin Edition RoadShow Camaro SS to be lowered or raised with the simple push of a button all while maintaining it’s stellar handling capabilities. Finishing off the suspension and handling upgrades on the SS, PFADT Race Engineering stepped up and provided front and rear sport bars which.

Real AutoWorks really showed off their creative skills with the transformation of the Camaro interior and in-car entertainment system. Real AutoWorks was responsible for rewrapping the entire Camaro interior in a custom t-tech and suede material, which features purple double stitching throughout to match the purple SSBC calipers. The stock Camaro seats and gauges were replaced in favor of carbon fiber Status Racing / Tjin Edition RoadShow racing seats and a plethora of GlowShift digital gauges. The Camaro’s in-car entertainment is highlighted by two 12” Realm Audio flat subwoofers, two amplifiers, two components sets, and a Azentek smart mirror which features a touch screen LCD monitor, built in Bluetooth, integrated GPS Navigation, and rear view camera. Real AutoWorks customized the trunk section with custom speaker boxes, an amp rack, NX carbon fiber bottle holder, and an enclosure for the Odyssey batteries and Air Lift tanks and compressors.

Finishing off the Tjin Edition RoadShow Camaro is an engine bay that will have people talking, thanks to the guys at Vortech and JE Pistons. Turnkey Engine Supply rebuilt the stock LS3 motor. The block was disassembled, deburred, honed to a 4.070" finished bore size then finally cleaned for assembly. Turnkey then measured each component to verify the clearance was correct for a forced induction application. The engine was then assembled with a K1 Technologies 4.000" stroke forged crankshaft, K1 Technologies 6.125" H-beam billet rods,

JE Pistons forged "FSR" Pistons, 8.8:1 compression ratio, JE Pro Seal Rings: 1.2mm steel nitrided top rings, 1.5mm Napier second rings, 3.0mm low tension oil rings, ACL Main and Rod Bearings, ARP Head Studs and Turnkey Engine Supply Pushrods. Once the 415 cubic inch motor was reinstalled, all the fluids were topped off and Royal Purple XPR 5W-30 motor oil was poured into the motor. Next it was time to bolt on the Vortech supercharger, American Racing headers, MagnaFlow exhaust, BDL Automotive fuel rails, and Nitrous Express direct port set-up. Vortech not only provided the supercharger kit, but they were also responsible for the installation, tuning and calibration of the car. A S.P.E.C. twin-disk clutch was installed to go with the new power that can be found under the hood of this Camaro. Aesthetically the engine bay has been outfitted with BDL Automotive clamps, GM Addiction billet caps, and a Unique Auto Design carbon fiber fuse box cover and engine shroud.

Make sure to check out the Tjin Edition RoadShow Camaro at the SEMA Show from November 3rd to 6th in the main hall in the Air Lift booth (#23633) and if you can’t make it to SEMA this year, don’t worry as the Tjin Edition RoadShow Camaro will be on display around the country in 2010 as part of the Tjin Edition RoadShow.

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ljustin293 10-27-2009 01:46 PM

looking sharp!

The Dark Knight 10-27-2009 01:47 PM

ni0ce!

rjdapilmoto 10-27-2009 02:04 PM

Sweet!!

jcamere94z28 10-27-2009 02:05 PM

usually not a fan of green in sport cars.. but wow.. that's gonna look sweet.

C4 10-27-2009 02:11 PM

damnnnnnnnnnn
looks good

Foc-Dog 10-27-2009 02:29 PM

Are those halo tail lights? Nice!!!!

Tech 10-27-2009 02:35 PM

nice...i cant' wait till SEma!!!!

Bowtie Guy Z28 10-27-2009 02:37 PM

I'm diggin that color...

Andro 10-27-2009 02:42 PM

That thing is gonna look sweet

montej23 10-27-2009 02:49 PM

looks really good and well thought out plans to make this camaro look even better

PNYSLAR 10-27-2009 02:57 PM

outstanding!!!!!!!!

JBz007 10-27-2009 03:05 PM

This is looking nice, I don't like the rendered color but the actual paint looks pretty good. can't wait to see the whole thing!

Ferrarimk13 10-27-2009 03:20 PM

i think the color is terrible but all the other stuff is awesome. Like the CF, and the brakes.

Revo1 10-27-2009 03:57 PM

I like the retro direction, I don't like the body kit...

LadyGreyMyst 10-27-2009 04:05 PM

WoW! Nice job guys. I love the touch of purple. Those 22" and 24" wheels look incredible.
I love the shades of green you have chosen for the car. (the darker shade matches my eyes :laughabove:) Best wishes for SEMA. I wish I could go!

chrisgalles 10-27-2009 04:07 PM

This thing is sweet. Probably one of my favorite SEMA cars so far. Nice work!! :w00t:

Coldpants 10-27-2009 05:33 PM

Its the car from The General insurance TV ad!!!!

Indpowr 10-27-2009 05:37 PM

Love all the toys.

Revolutioss skirts and lip look great

tones2SS 10-27-2009 05:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Indpowr (Post 1097033)
Love all the toys.

Revolutioss skirts and lip look great

You said it bro!!
The color looks good as well.:thumbsup:

chevyridinghigh 10-27-2009 06:29 PM

I like everything so far except the seats...

Aaron Pfadt 10-27-2009 06:31 PM

Neil and his crew are making us look good. :thumbsup:

We can't wait to see the car live at the show.

Here's a shot of our Pfadt Sway Bars installed on their car...

http://www.pfadtracing.com/photos/da..._Sway_Shot.JPG

We hope to see many of you all at the show.

-Aaron

Chris-10 10-27-2009 07:17 PM

not sure about the color

godfathercrc 10-27-2009 07:27 PM

Iam looking to put the widest rear tire on my camaro can someone till me how wide can i go on a after markit rim

SleepWarz 10-27-2009 07:27 PM

I instantly hate the colour but the rest is coo.


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