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Old 08-29-2008, 09:08 PM   #76
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3 inch pipes are unique to the SS.
I know you really ment to say the 3.75 pipes are unique to the SS.

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Unless you put a ruler to them I dont think you are gonna see 3/4" in a picture that far away.
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:21 PM   #77
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Here is a shot of the rears of the production LT and this white SS Notice the different larger tail pipes
LT's look like dual wall tips while the SS's looks like single wall tips.
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:26 PM   #78
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I know you really ment to say the 3.75 pipes are unique to the SS.

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Unless you put a ruler to them I dont think you are gonna see 3/4" in a picture that far away.
Is that a fuel filler cap from the concept next to the cover?
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:29 PM   #79
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It is an SS IVER.


Are we done debating whether this is a V6 or an SS?
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:32 PM   #80
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Is that a fuel filler cap from the concept next to the cover?
Why yes it is. It might be a good seller if it is n't that cheesy material.
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:34 PM   #81
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Please tell me that we aren't going to have to immediately paint things....

Side view mirrors, door handles, lip on the decklid, and the, for lack of a better term, drainage rails on the roof....please tell me that they are just black for now but will be body colored for production.
The sales brochure says that the RS options gives you the body color roof ditch. That's why in the other thread I didn't think this was an RS, but those sure look like the RS headlights, so I don't believe this is the production trim for this car.
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Old 08-29-2008, 10:36 PM   #83
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Just noticed this thread..I think that car looks fantastic in white....absolutely looks fantastic...awesome find....its cool how you can see how the exhaust wiggles its way back...
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Old 08-29-2008, 10:57 PM   #84
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The white car looks good but how do you know it's an RS without the little badge in the grill.
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Old 08-29-2008, 11:26 PM   #85
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The white car looks good but how do you know it's an RS without the little badge in the grill.
Not sure if its a true RS, but it has two RS options. "Afterburner" tail lights and halo headlights
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Old 08-29-2008, 11:42 PM   #86
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I like how Fbodfather himself told everyone, it's and IVER SS. Two important terms: IVER and SS. IVER -- meaning car that GM had that ISNT production but very close. It wasn't made on a production line, it was put together piece by piece. Also, everyone nitpicking this particular Camaro and flippin' out that it isn't what you pictured, this isn't a PRODUCTION Camaro. It's just an IVER, meaning things will be a little different on this one than production...like all the stuff that's painted black will more then likely be color coordinated. It will have Chevy, Camaro, and GM badging. Does the production SS photos of the silver one have black side mirrors and spoiler and door handles?? Not trying to rant, just noticed after 5 pages no one mentioned this...BUT THE CAR LOOKS FABULOUS! I'm actually starting to like that SS bumper. I wanna see it in person before passing the final judgement though. Starting to like white more, too.
BTW, all camaro's get the afterburners. Just for the RS package it has 'darkened tail lamps" but yes, this baby sure does have the halos/HID's
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Old 08-30-2008, 12:38 AM   #87
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I like how Fbodfather himself told everyone, it's and IVER SS. Two important terms: IVER and SS. IVER -- meaning car that GM had that ISNT production but very close. It wasn't made on a production line, it was put together piece by piece. Also, everyone nitpicking this particular Camaro and flippin' out that it isn't what you pictured, this isn't a PRODUCTION Camaro. It's just an IVER, meaning things will be a little different on this one than production...like all the stuff that's painted black will more then likely be color coordinated. It will have Chevy, Camaro, and GM badging.
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A few things:

Being an IVER it is very rough. Don't expect to see black mirrors, handles, etc on production. The only thing that won't be color-matched is the roof ditch on non-RS models. (I wonder why. Even my base Cobalt LS has color-matched roof moldings. )

Since new tires are being developed for the 19 inch wheels, I wouldn't be surprised if they developed new tires for the 20 inch wheels that may not be run-flats. I hope we don't get run-flats. The ride quality is rough, and they're expensive to replace. As it is we'll be spending more to replace tires more often since they can't be rotated due to the different widths front and rear.
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Old 08-30-2008, 01:10 AM   #89
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Old 08-30-2008, 02:46 AM   #90
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Old 08-30-2008, 04:03 AM   #91
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Nice pics! Lets see, is that a kill switch under the rear bumper? hmmm
I wonder if that is what the Shunt in Trunk note was originally refering to.
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Great even in white and look at those halo's NICE look with that
V8 front and check out that Vette slot
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Old 08-30-2008, 07:09 AM   #93
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Are we done debating whether this is a V6 or an SS?
I don't know if this thing is a V6 or an SS, but what about those headlights? are those the real headlights. I don't think I like them.
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:29 AM   #94
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I don't know if this thing is a V6 or an SS, but what about those headlights? are those the real headlights. I don't think I like them.
Yes, That is an SS. Fbod father is a high chain GM employee and he says it is. Those are the RS "holo" headlights, they are not standard hence RS package
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:33 AM   #95
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True dual exhaust!?!?!?!?

Howdy folks long time lurker first time poster here! Anyone think the exhaust thats on this IVER in thes pics will be production? If this is the production exhaust she will really be breathing easy!
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:48 AM   #96
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I first wanted to say thanks for the photos, they're great!

Regarding the exhaust, I am sure that's going to be close to what we're going to see in the production car. I have only a couple disappointments, which really aren't disappointments actually: I see four cats' which is going to kill some of the soundtrack from that 6.2 :( - not big deal really; and next, that it looks like this system is going to have very few servicable pieces (which I'm sure makes production cheaper.) I was expecting to find flanges, like the G8 has, just in front of the mufflers, but I don't see any. I'm sure the skidplate deal on the truck is hiding something there, but I guess my thought of just unbolting the mufflers and replacing them is not going to be too reasonable. Oh well. Not too big a deal anyways. Also, I'm a little worried about heat from the exhaust being radiated to the inner CV boots. I wonder if a heat shield needs to be fashioned there so they won't dry out. Eh, I'm sure that' nothing the engineers haven't already had experience with or considered already. I am very happy with what I see though. If I don't like either of these, it's nothing I haven't messed with before
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:49 AM   #97
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what everyone is looking at is a MULE with many pieces stuck together this car is neither a RS or SS it is just a MULE lol..
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I cant take credit for the pics but they are sweet. Someone else posted them! As for playin with the exhaust.... Nothin a torch and some wrenches cant fix
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I like how Fbodfather himself told everyone, it's and IVER SS. Two important terms: IVER and SS. IVER -- meaning car that GM had that ISNT production but very close. It wasn't made on a production line, it was put together piece by piece. Also, everyone nitpicking this particular Camaro and flippin' out that it isn't what you pictured, this isn't a PRODUCTION Camaro. It's just an IVER, meaning things will be a little different on this one than production...like all the stuff that's painted black will more then likely be color coordinated. It will have Chevy, Camaro, and GM badging. Does the production SS photos of the silver one have black side mirrors and spoiler and door handles?? Not trying to rant, just noticed after 5 pages no one mentioned this...BUT THE CAR LOOKS FABULOUS! I'm actually starting to like that SS bumper. I wanna see it in person before passing the final judgement though. Starting to like white more, too.
BTW, all camaro's get the afterburners. Just for the RS package it has 'darkened tail lamps" but yes, this baby sure does have the halos/HID's
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Also, I'm a little worried about heat from the exhaust being radiated to the inner CV boots. I wonder if a heat shield needs to be fashioned there so they won't dry out. Eh, I'm sure that' nothing the engineers haven't already had experience with or considered already. I am very happy with what I see though. If I don't like either of these, it's nothing I haven't messed with before
Good point. I'm hoping that with these thousands of miles of testing, they'd see if things like that would be an issue and correct for them. So many people complain about how long this is taking, but I think it is worth it to not have issues like that. Thanks to the engineers and test drivers.
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