|02-06-2014, 11:16 PM||#15|
Mods, Mods, Mods...
By May of 2013, The Shark was in full makeover mode. One thing after another to set it apart from the rest. Although I can't find any pics, I think it was around this time that I installed the catch can. Easy mod and worth the money from what I know. Moving on... The next thing I had my eye on were Splash Guards. Or as I call them, "The Poor Man's Ground Effects". I liked the look that it gave the Camaro. It made it stand out just a little bit more, and I loved how the ass end looked with them. At this time, I also made another risky decision and went with the muffler delete. Definitely won't forget the first time I started it up after that. AMAZING!!!
|02-06-2014, 11:29 PM||#16|
More Black with a Dash of Red
So many changes happened between April and August of 2013, that its hard for me to even remember what mod happened next. After going through dozens of photos, I've narrowed it down a bit. This is when The Shark started getting some serious color added. It started with some black hood spears that Tony helped me out with. When I got home, I pinstriped them red to make them a little more unique and different. I loved how the red and black looked together, which may have been the drive behind adding more red later on. With the hood spears on, I felt that I should tie the back end in somehow. So, I added the rear blackout panel (3-piece) and guess what? I pinstriped that red, too! The black and red really came together on the white canvas, and I ran with it. It was around this time that I was rolling around with another favorite mod: The ACS T5 Splitter. By far one of my favorites, mainly because it gives the front end a whole new look.
|02-06-2014, 11:41 PM||#17|
The Secret Mods
From September to December of 2013, The Shark had some mods that were kept secret for awhile. I wanted to reveal it when they were all complete. The only teaser I recall was revealing that the T5 Splitter was now red. Definitely got mixed reviews on that decision, and still do. But at the end of the day, its different and it stands out. And its what I want. I'll admit I've thought about going back to black once or twice, but it still remains red.
I decided that the red splitter looked great with the red pinstripe on the body and wheels that Tony did for me, but that something was missing. I then decided to go with the red body accent stripe on the lower door. I had the spoiler painted red to match it all, but after some time, I started to dislike it more and more. I removed the spoiler completely and realized that I really like the look of the Camaro without one. So for the time being, that's how The Shark will be.
Next, I had some help from another club member named James. I had my eye on the rear body side vents for some time, and when I saw them on his car, I was sold. He also helped me put them on. Again, one of my favorite mods by far because of the look they give and how uncommon they are.
Finally, I finished the look with the window covers. I figured, those tiny windows are useless anyway, lets cover them up!
Anyway, here's some photos from when it all came together in December of 2013.
|02-07-2014, 12:06 AM||#18|
Drives: 2013 CRT ZL1
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Fletcher, Ok
She's look good Ryan! Keep up the great work on it!
I am a Modaholic!! Please Help!! Do Not feed my addicition....See build...
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|02-07-2014, 12:13 AM||#19|
My Favorite Photos of The Shark
Well, I finally put together a build thread. Took me 2 years, but I'd say it was worth it. The Shark sure has come a long way. A lot has happened in the 23,000 miles that I've put on it. Some great things happened at the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014. The Chevrolet Camaro Facebook page featured The Shark as "Fan Power" which I thought was amazing. On top of that, The Shark got a full page in the most recent issue of AFX Magazine. Hopefully these two great accomplishments will open more doors for The Shark in the future. As for now, let me leave you with some of my favorite photos!
|02-07-2014, 01:08 AM||#20|
OH YEAH! THE MOD LIST!
Under the Hood:
Roto-Fab Cold Air Intake
Elite Engineering Oil Catch Can
GM Camaro Strut Tower Brace – Painted Summit White
Custom Painted Summit White Fuse Box cover and Engine Cover (Engine Bay)
Summit White Chevy Bowtie in Hoodliner
Red LED footwell lighting
Red LED Overhead light
Red LED Trunk Lighting
Custom Painted White Dash Trim, Dash Bezels, Center console and center trim
Powder Coated Wheels - White
Custom Painted Black brake calipers by owner
Gorilla Wheel Lock System - Black
Custom painted black spoiler, tail light bezels and reverse surrounds by owner
Red LED exhaust tip lighting
Phastek Dual-Color HALO Headlight Kit by Oracle - Red/White
Phastek Fog Light Halo Kit by Oracle – Red
AAC Concept SMD Sidemarkers – Ghosted Summit White
Retro RS 1st Gen Tribute Hideaway Headlight Covers
Fog Light LED bulbs
Custom Red Pin Striping on Body/Wheels
Summit White Painted Fog Light Bezels and lower grille by owner
Summit White Smooth Lock
Front & Rear SW Splash Guards by Chevrolet
Black Vinyl Hood Spears
Black Vinly Rear Blackout Panel
Red Vinyl Body Accent Stripes
Phastek Xenon Rear Vents
Summit White Window Covers
2012 Chevy Camaro 1LT RS
Engine 3.6L, SIDI LFX V6 – 323 HP
Remote Vehicle Start
Leather wrap steering wheel, leather trimmed shift knob
RS Package w/ high intensity headlights with led halo ring, 20” aluminum wheels (Powder coated white) 6 Speed automatic with tap shift and sport mode, Summit White Antenna and roof moldings
|02-07-2014, 04:07 AM||#21|
Join Date: Aug 2010
that's great job
u can also paint the wheels caps bowtie red and fog lights bezels red , not all just the lines around..
|03-29-2014, 11:09 AM||#27|
Drives: '11 VR 2LT HHr
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Gateway to the West
Looking good ! !
Like the color matching of the wheels and underhood items
with the grille and headlamp covers
Where did you get the RS tribute head light cover
Formerly known as Silver85IrocZ !!
|03-29-2014, 10:20 PM||#28|
Just Googled it because I couldn't remember! It was my first mod!