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Old 09-02-2010, 09:54 AM   #10
radz28
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Originally Posted by MisterCamaro69 View Post
That's when you're glad it weighs 2 tons!
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Two tons of high tech materials state-of-the-art engineering make the 5th Gen ZETA II a structurally sound platform that has been reinforced at point of build. Our 5th Gens accept suspension modifications well because the platform is so stable. The 5th Gen is at home on the track or roughest streets with no need for additional structure.
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It may be heavy, but you're going to be safer due to the weight. Seeing the body (minus the bolt-on panels and glass) remain as stiff as it did was pretty telling to the strength GM designed into the car. I'd be very interested in seeing strength tests between CAMARO and the "other" car. That'd be pretty cool.
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