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Old 06-30-2009, 11:15 PM   #85
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They should have used the front fascia from the non-SS model. Would be much cleaner than trying to fill in the mail slot.
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Old 06-30-2009, 11:20 PM   #86
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We all know that you know what you're doing, but I've got to reiterate that not selling the hood and spoiler is a mistake. Your take on the Camaro is beautiful and will impress anyone at the track with its performance. I just hope that you can contribute some more of these cosmetic parts to the aftermarket. I'd hate to see someone else take that design from you and sell what should have been your market share. Please include the individual parts in your considerations for pricing. Some of us may not be able to get a full SLP Camaro, but we'd be happy to support your quality brand.
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i would buy the spoiler and wheels (maybe make black wheels)
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Old 06-30-2009, 11:23 PM   #87
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i would buy the spoiler and wheels (maybe make black wheels)
i mean most of have already bought or ordered the our car. and this wasnt an option at the time. please make parts availible for the people who may have ordered your package in this first place if it had been an option.
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Old 07-01-2009, 01:26 AM   #88
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it looks like they copied the Z28 hood

-- RTM Z28-style hood with functional heat extractor scoop

What gave you that idea?

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Old 07-01-2009, 04:05 AM   #89
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WOW! this looks GREAT! i love it! especially the hood. i am dead curious about the separate aftermarket hood. i hope it's very similar to what was already shown. it'd be a shame if it was drastically different.

at least they made a slot filler. i'm sure the final product will look great too.
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:13 AM   #90
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I see that they only give it a axle back exhaust upgrade, I wonder how much more HP you could squeez out of the motor with say the ARH header back exhaust matched up to their mufflers....
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:36 AM   #91
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Parts available

I spoke to a rep at the SLP tent and he said they were going to make some parts available, even the filler panel [mail slot] they had skip shift eliminators there for sale, and he said they are about to release a front license plate bracket soon, some items are model items and won't be sold seperate
I liked the painted black stripes on that 535
You can allready buy the LS9[complete] from GM performance parts
for a mear 20,119.00 638 HP 604 lbs of torque or a LS7[Z06] for
13,565.00.
I spoke to him about the exhaust system he said they had 3 flavors
a little louder that stock, louder, and bother the neighbors loud, straight pipes no mufflers.
I checked the website and found little in the way of parts for the 2010
I live in NJ and not real far from thier headquarters in Toms River NJ
might take a ride to check out the operation.
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Old 07-01-2009, 12:23 PM   #92
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Old 07-01-2009, 01:20 PM   #93
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Thanks for the input and nice words folks. The mail slot panel as shown in the photos is a prototype SLA part. The final panel will fit much better and we will make that part available to all.

As for the Hood and Spoiler, we have patents pending and as shown, they will be available on the ZL Packages only.

In a couple of weeks I will be able to show you what the aftermarket Hood and Spoiler will look and I believe you will love it.

I don't get on here much, but we will be watching and taking note of your thoughts and ideas.


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I guess the only other question we would have, besides what it will look like is, will the spoiler be a "direct" bolt on? That would be key!!
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Old 07-01-2009, 05:35 PM   #94
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:39 PM   #95
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After Market Decals???

Does anyone know of a after market website that has even started making decals for the Camaro?
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Old 07-01-2009, 07:44 PM   #96
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I'm pretty pissed too. You search all around all the older threads on this forum and you'll see everyone say the same thing: they want a spoiler that is more like the first-gen cars and HERE IT IS. The stock spoiler is too subtle yet the dovetail is a little too extreme (not to mention hearkens to an entirely different generation of Camaro). This OTHER spoiler SLP is apparently working on better look something like this one. They could make a fortune if they mass produced it.

I say keep the hood, mailslot filler, and maybe the wheels unique to the package car. But sell that spoiler to the masses.
I agree 100%!
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Old 07-01-2009, 09:59 PM   #97
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I love the hood! And I don't think the mailslot looks that bad either. Will be getting that hood when I get my Camaro.
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:20 PM   #98
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Thanks for the input and nice words folks. The mail slot panel as shown in the photos is a prototype SLA part. The final panel will fit much better and we will make that part available to all.

As for the Hood and Spoiler, we have patents pending and as shown, they will be available on the ZL Packages only.

In a couple of weeks I will be able to show you what the aftermarket Hood and Spoiler will look and I believe you will love it.

I don't get on here much, but we will be watching and taking note of your thoughts and ideas.


Regards,

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...and maybe throw a little spoiler in there too.



Actually, yeah...I'll take the spoiler and a set of wheels, please. Looking forward to seeing what type of cold air intake you come up with and what kind of numbers you are able to produce.

BTW, I really love the design you guys came up with. If I had the cash, I'd have gone for one too. Great job on the car. I can't wait to see what you offer up for the rest of us over the next few months.
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We all know that you know what you're doing, but I've got to reiterate that not selling the hood and spoiler is a mistake. Your take on the Camaro is beautiful and will impress anyone at the track with its performance. I just hope that you can contribute some more of these cosmetic parts to the aftermarket. I'd hate to see someone else take that design from you and sell what should have been your market share. Please include the individual parts in your considerations for pricing. Some of us may not be able to get a full SLP Camaro, but we'd be happy to support your quality brand.
I will support SLP now as I have supported SLP for the past 9 YEARS. In fact, I will NOT purchase ANY aftermarket part until seeing what SLP has to offer over the next few months. I believe that by that time, we will see what SLP has parts wise (spoiler, wheels, hood, intake, exhaust, etc) and we will be able to compare those parts to all other aftermarket companies. If anyone followed SLP back during the 4th Gen years, they had some amazing aftermarket goodies.

So...to all those folks who are upset, the ZL package is something that is something "one off-ish"...if you know what I mean. I could not imagine SLP not coming out with other parts we could use for our Camaros. Let's just kick back and see.
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I am taking orders for the SLP supercharged cars now if anyone is interested, PM me.
Very cool!
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