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JusticePete 04-21-2010 08:09 PM

Remote Reservoir Seperate Bound and Rebound Adjustable 5th Gen Coilovers
 
Pedders USA, LLC is proud to release the most advanced 5th Generation Camaro suspension -- Pedders SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers. These are 52mm high pressure monotubes with reservoirs the size of beer cans. They feature 30 positive click adjustments on the bound and 30 positive click adjustment on the rebound making setup as easy as Click, Tune, Game On!!!

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These are not your Grandmother's itty bitty flick your Bic lighter size canisters. These are CANISTERS!

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Pedders 46mm fixed bound and rebound adjustable Xa coilovers set the pace for all the 5th Gen Camaros at the Optima Challenge last year. Running a full Justice Package with the Xa coilovers Pedders Camaro clocked Z06 speed laps at Gingerman. The new 52mm monotubes are 27% larger in surface diameter. This is important on the track and on the street because the greater the volume of oil in the damper, the smoother the action will be with increased control. Add to the larger monotube diameter HUGE remote reservoirs and the Supercar coilovers have over 50% more oil. More oil not only smoothes the damping action, it dissipates heat better leading to greater consistency under the most demanding conditions.

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Why would you need to have these gorgeous mechanical works of art on your 5th Gen Camaro? Great question!

1. Many 5th Gen Camaro owners lust after the sexy look of the prototypes that electrified the Camaro community and car enthusiast around the world, but they want to have the OE ride quality. Pedders Xa coilovers adjust ride height by screwing the monotube in and out of the lower mount. This preserves jounce travel and ride quality. The SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers use the same technology with the largest oil capacity available. Combine the benefits of the increased oil capacity with independent bound and rebound adjustment and your sex on wheels lowered Camaro will deliver ride quality that some feel is better than OE. That is from fellow Camaro owners that have been out in my Camaro on 305/30/19 Bridgestones mounted on Forgeline 19x10.5 wheels all around and dropped to the ground! It seems that you can have it all with Pedders!

2. Drag shocks / struts 90/10s help lower ETs, but should never be driven on the street. No one wants to be in an off camber turn, with a bump in the road driving on 90/10s :confused0068:

Pedders SportsRyder Supercar coilovers are the solution. At the strip set the front struts to full SOFT on the rebound and full HARD on the bound. The rear struts are set to full SOFT on the bound and full HARD on the rebound. These settings allow the front to pop up and the rear to squat for excellent weight transfer. Are they as good as dedicated drag shocks -- no -- BUT they are road course, autocross, drag strip and daily driver capable. You can drive to the strip with amazing control; tear up the strip with your drag settings and then drive home SAFELY with your street settings on coilovers that are road course capable with daily driver comfort. You can have it all.

3. You want to run road courses and autocross until your tires melt. You have years of experience and want to be able to adjust your setup exactly the way you want it. SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers are exactly what you want. HUGE reservoirs for heat dissipation, 30 positive clicks for bound adjustment with 30 positive clicks for rebounds adjustment, height adjustment that will not alter spring preload and a WARRANTY that covers your coilovers for racing as long as your Camaro is street legal. How could it get any better?

Paul Tracy in the Pedders Camaro
Chris Brannon Runs Gingerman
Chris Brannon Trackside

All of these videos were shot with our 46mm Xa coilovers. The 52mm SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers are smoother and allow more flexibility in trackside setup. The ridiculous numbers the Pedders Camaro put up on track with Xas, what can I say, the car is better with the 52mm SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers. Gingerman is open so Pedders will be post new videos from our track sessions on the SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers. I can tell you with the Supercar Coilovers installed on my Camaro since December not a mile has gone by that I did not have a smile on my face.

4. Your Camaro has nothing but the best installed. Your engine mods are best-of-class. Your driveline has been upgraded to 1,000 RWHP capable. You invested in the strongest lightest wheels available. Now you are ready for the best-of-class in suspension. 52mm HUGE Remote Reservoir, Independent Bound and Rebound Adjustable, Height Adjustment that does Not Alter Jounce Travel SportsRyder Supercar Coilovers are your solution of choice.

We have set aside ten (10) complete Camaro Justice Packages with GUARANTEED DELIVERY before May 29th for the early adopters.

Camaro Justice

Full Package at Retail of $6337.47
Discounted Package Price $$5,471.84 Includes FREE Shipping if Installed by a Pedders Dealer

The Justice Package will include all the suspension components that erased 7 seconds off the lap time of a stock 2 SS at Gingerman Raceway. This track ready package contains the best of the best of what Pedders has to offer, including our COMPETITION sway bar package, SOLUTION C, which creates velocity induced oversteer. In the hands of a skilled SCCA or NASA certified driver, the Justice Package is perfect for the track. The initial Justice Package came with our off the charts great Pedders eXtreme 46mm Xa Coilovers. The Justice Camaro now has our 52mm Remote Reservoir, high pressure nitrogen, independent bound and rebound adjustable Coilovers. Supercar coilovers offer eXtreme flexibility to those knowledgeable in setup. The Track eXtreme combines all the components of the Street II and adds A COMPETITION ONLY Rear Sway bar, all bushes with all of our most HD options, 4 adjustable Endlinks and our new Pedders SportsRyder Supercar Remote Reservoir Coilovers. With the virtual pivot point design and the advanced independent rear suspension your tracked Camaro does not need to be over sprung and over damped. In complete OE trim it will outperform many respected marquees. With a Track II eXtreme System your ZETA II Camaro is ""this close"" to race ready and yet still street comfortable. This is where GM's multibillion dollar investment in the ZETA architecture reaches levels of performance that are as aggressive as the Camaro styling. You really can have it all. Drive to the track in performance comfort, Click to max Performance, and Play to the Max! CLICK, TUNE, PLAY! The look! The handling!! The comfort!!! A Pedderised Camaro offers it all! Your Pedderised ZETA II Camaro will dominate the market. Btw, Pedders Coilovers and Bars are SCCA T2 Legal.

164086 Camaro Xa Remote Canister
CAMAROSOLUTIONC 27mm F & 32mm R bars & 4 links
EP1167HD Zeta HD Differential Mounts
EP1201HD Camaro HD Rear Sub Frame Repl
EP2112 Zeta Steering Rack/Pinion Mnt
EP6577 Camaro Front Radius Rod Bush
EP7264 Zeta Rear Lower Control Arm In
EP7322 Camaro Rear Upper Control Arm
EP7323 Zeta Rear Trailing ArmToe Link
PDUSACAM2800 Camaro Complete Brake Hose Kit
PDUSACAMFULL Camaro Full Alignment Kit

Every GM owned SEMA Camaro was shown with Pedders coilovers. The Jay Leno Camaro rides on Pedders Coilovers. The GM Indianapolis 500 Camaro Pace Cars ride on Pedders Coilovers, sway bars with sub-frame and radius bush inserts. Doesn't your Camaro deserve Pedders too?

paul2010 04-21-2010 08:37 PM

Wow those look awesome!!!

Mr Twisty 04-21-2010 08:44 PM

That's cool stuff, Pete. Wish you could have made it to C5fest, Aaron isn't gonna let you live that down for awhile, especially after the whooping they had to take at Nevada last year :laugh:

JusticePete 04-21-2010 09:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MisterCamaro69 (Post 1751447)
That's cool stuff, Pete. Wish you could have made it to C5fest, Aaron isn't gonna let you live that down for awhile, especially after the whooping they had to take at Nevada last year :laugh:

:D

Rob@WretchedMS 04-22-2010 06:22 AM

Can't wait to get my hands on a set of these to sell!

JusticePete 04-22-2010 07:09 AM

For the May delivery, people will need to move fast. There are now only 6 available. People were in a buying mood last night.

radz28 04-22-2010 12:30 PM

Where in the Hell am I going to find the money for those?! LOL Considering that package comes with everything, it seems like a good value. I better get a better paying job, lol.

Rob@WretchedMS 04-22-2010 12:38 PM

two words.......
financing, financing

just saying, lol

radz28 04-22-2010 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rob@WretchedMS (Post 1754332)
two words.......
financing, financing

just saying, lol

Well - I guess that's that!!! :D

Since you bring it up - do you guys finance?

Rob@WretchedMS 04-22-2010 01:04 PM

sadly not exactly.
We offer a credit card, but that is only for non internet customers so it's not much help.

JusticePete 04-22-2010 02:52 PM

Two words: SOLD OUT! We sold out the intial kits a few hours ago.

This was a very limited number of Supercar units we made for the introduction. We will be making more. If you are interested in Supercar Coilovers for your Camaro please contact your local Pedders Dealer and register your order.
To those who have selected Supercar Coilovers for their Camaro, we thank you for placing your trust in Pedders. Welcome to the Pedders Nation!

mws444 04-22-2010 07:54 PM

Hey Pete,
I assume I am in on the prebuy as I have already put down the deposit, am I correct? I am slated for install in Fredrickberg the end of May.
Thanks in advance!

JusticePete 04-22-2010 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mws444 (Post 1756283)
Hey Pete,
I assume I am in on the prebuy as I have already put down the deposit, am I correct? I am slated for install in Fredrickberg the end of May.
Thanks in advance!

Do I know you? :sm0:

mws444 04-22-2010 08:12 PM

:sm0: Could'nt help yourself could you?

Eric Baker 04-22-2010 08:12 PM

Just an FYI. You do know that "Bound" is not the correct term, right? Actually, I don't think it's a term at all for suspension. It's called Compression and Rebound. I'd hope a suspension company would know that. Also, they're called remote reservoirs, not canisters or cans.

BTW they look VERY nice. If they perform like they look, they must be a killer addition to the car.

JusticePete 04-22-2010 08:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mws444 (Post 1756368)
:sm0: Could'nt help yourself could you?

:thumbup: Yes, you and Heath have a date! :D

JusticePete 04-22-2010 08:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eric Baker (Post 1756371)
Just an FYI. You do know that "Bound" is not the correct term, right? Actually, I don't think it's a term at all for suspension. It's called Compression and Rebound. I'd hope a suspension company would know that. Also, they're called remote reservoirs, not canisters or cans.

BTW they look VERY nice. If they perform like they look, they must be a killer addition to the car.

Pedders has been in the damper business for 60 years. The terms we use are bound and canister. As we continue to grow in North America the rest of the industry will adopt the correct terminology. :rules:

:D :chevy: ;)

They do perform -- probably better than they look. Thanks for checking in! :thumbsup:

mws444 04-22-2010 08:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JusticePete (Post 1756401)
Pedders has been in the damper business for 60 years. The terms we use are bound and canister. As we continue to grow in North America the rest of the industry will adopt the correct terminology. :rules:

:D :chevy: ;)

They do perform -- probably better than they look. Thanks for checking in! :thumbsup:

:laughabove: :laughabove: :laughabove:

Remember Clinton "It depends on what the definition of "is" is":laugh:
symantics :facepalm:

mws444 04-22-2010 08:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JusticePete (Post 1756372)
:thumbup: Yes, you and Heath have a date! :D

:happyanim:Now I need to see if I can get some custom paint done in time....Thanks!

Info@PeddersUSA.com 04-22-2010 09:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by radz282003 (Post 1754281)
Where in the Hell am I going to find the money for those?! LOL Considering that package comes with everything, it seems like a good value. I better get a better paying job, lol.

Heck, you are 2 years out ordering your Camaro. So start saving now!


In terms of how we discuss or describe things, we are seriously influenced by our Aussie Mates! Pedders is a Aussie company. So it takes some getting use to. I.E. if they tell you to go pick up that rattler over there, that does not mean and diamond back rattlesnake!

mike
dms

Info@PeddersUSA.com 04-22-2010 09:35 PM

Pete did an outstanding job of discussing our new coil over. But he is being nice. Compare this coil over with the other remote reservior company and put them side by side. You will see some sizeable differences.

mike
dms

Mr Twisty 04-23-2010 07:43 AM

Those aren't shocks... They're hydraulic and/or pneumatic accumulators. Don't EVEN get me started on springs! :laugh:

Seriously tho.. I like the route you guys are taking compared to others, the monocoque is already stiff, no need for braces... Yet :D

JusticePete 04-23-2010 08:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MisterCamaro69 (Post 1757952)
Those aren't shocks... They're hydraulic and/or pneumatic accumulators. Don't EVEN get me started on springs! :laugh:

Seriously tho.. I like the route you guys are taking compared to others, the monocoque is already stiff, no need for braces... Yet :D

Yet :bow:

JusticePete 04-23-2010 08:58 AM

Most everyone with a 5th Gen is into bolt-on technology. I am now involved with the ULTIMATE BOLT-ON DREAM PROJECT

http://houseofdelusions.com/blog/wp-...401-234116.jpg

Oops, wrong dream. This dream is to build a NASCAR style circle track car from a body in white and do it in an environmentally positive way. The dream is to go racing with E85, cats and be socially responsible AND beat the traditional style race cars that are HD polluters. On top of that, we do it on a reasonable budget with off the shelf parts so that this class of racing is available to most anyone who can turn a wrench along with a couple of buddies in his garage.

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So which would be sexier to a 5th Gen Camaro Enthusiast? A 5th Gen NASCAR style dedicated race car built from off the shelf part that kicks a$$ on track or Pamela Anderson?


VOTE HERE

radz28 04-23-2010 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dms (Post 1756746)
Heck, you are 2 years out ordering your Camaro. So start saving now!


In terms of how we discuss or describe things, we are seriously influenced by our Aussie Mates! Pedders is a Aussie company. So it takes some getting use to. I.E. if they tell you to go pick up that rattler over there, that does not mean and diamond back rattlesnake!

mike
dms

OH - I will be :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by JusticePete (Post 1758193)
Most everyone with a 5th Gen is into bolt-on technology. I am now involved with the ULTIMATE BOLT-ON DREAM PROJECT

http://houseofdelusions.com/blog/wp-...401-234116.jpg

Oops, wrong dream. This dream is to build a NASCAR style circle track car from a body in white and do it in an environmentally positive way. The dream is to go racing with E85, cats and be socially responsible AND beat the traditional style race cars that are HD polluters. On top of that, we do it on a reasonable budget with off the shelf parts so that this class of racing is available to most anyone who can turn a wrench along with a couple of buddies in his garage.

http://forums.peddersusa.com/imageho...0e42b667f9.gif

So which would be sexier to a 5th Gen Camaro Enthusiast? A 5th Gen NASCAR style dedicated race car built from off the shelf part that kicks a$$ on track or Pamela Anderson?


VOTE HERE

:drool::drool::drool: Voting :D


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