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Old 09-25-2011, 06:09 PM   #1
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bolt on power

Hey guys Im new to the camaro world and I just need some advise. Im coming out of a 540rwhp magnum srt8, the car was stock besides the magnacharger. So with my camaro that I will be picking up in a few weeks I want to go n/a and maybe 100 shot later. The ss will b a every other day car so what setup should I go for to get me around the 500rwhp range. Also are there any supporting mods I will need so im not on the side of the road every time I punch it?
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If you have the money go supercharger, if not, your down to just headers and cam.... Choices are endless.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:48 PM   #3
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If you have the money go supercharger, if not, your down to just headers and cam.... Choices are endless.
If I supercharge it what are my limits? How much can the tranny and block handle? If I can do 500-550rwhp with no issues I may just do that.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:57 PM   #4
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The rest of the car can handle 600.
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Look into the other cars that get posted from companies, it gives you a pretty good idea of what power you can get for the money.
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Honestly, you should find a good performance shop in your area and talk with them. Explain to them your goals, what you'll be using the car for, etc and then they can help come up with a package that meets all your needs.
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Old 09-25-2011, 07:19 PM   #8
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Hey guys Im new to the camaro world and I just need some advise. Im coming out of a 540rwhp magnum srt8, the car was stock besides the magnacharger. So with my camaro that I will be picking up in a few weeks I want to go n/a and maybe 100 shot later. The ss will b a every other day car so what setup should I go for to get me around the 500rwhp range. Also are there any supporting mods I will need so im not on the side of the road every time I punch it?
Welcome, and your in for a big surprise and how easy it is to have a 650 RWHP car that drives like factory, gets great gas mileage and can pass emissions.

I build many Mopars and they are not nearly as Mod friendly as the GM and Fords.

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Old 09-25-2011, 08:08 PM   #10
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Welcome, and your in for a big surprise and how easy it is to have a 650 RWHP car that drives like factory, gets great gas mileage and can pass emissions.

I build many Mopars and they are not nearly as Mod friendly as the GM and Fords.

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Thats the guys you need tp talk to if you want a real car, not a crappymopar lol
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Are you definitely want to stay N/A instead of going boosted? Dont really matter to me as Im looking at both routes and I'm equally interested in both. A maggie or whipple with basic bolt-ons (headers and cai) and a dyno tune will easily land you well into the 500+rwhp range. A big bump stick like the 231/236 or the G6X3 with 1 7/8 or 2 inch LTs, good CAI (ADM, CAI inc, or Vararam), Ud pulley, good heads, and dyno tune will also land well into the 500+ rwhp range. hope this helps.
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Welcome, and your in for a big surprise and how easy it is to have a 650 RWHP car that drives like factory, gets great gas mileage and can pass emissions.

I build many Mopars and they are not nearly as Mod friendly as the GM and Fords.

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you dont have too tell me twice!! that car was gonna cost me 15k+ just to get into the 600's!!
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Thats the guys you need tp talk to if you want a real car, not a crappymopar lol
Hey hey hey easy now!!! I have handed a few mustangs and camaro's there a@#$%!!! The mopar was cool just too darn expensive.
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Are you definitely want to stay N/A instead of going boosted? Dont really matter to me as Im looking at both routes and I'm equally interested in both. A maggie or whipple with basic bolt-ons (headers and cai) and a dyno tune will easily land you well into the 500+rwhp range. A big bump stick like the 231/236 or the G6X3 with 1 7/8 or 2 inch LTs, good CAI (ADM, CAI inc, or Vararam), Ud pulley, good heads, and dyno tune will also land well into the 500+ rwhp range. hope this helps.
Not sure. I think the bolt on route will be just a tad bit cheaper. The nasty chop at the stop light would be the best but sounding like an f14 flying past someone is unbeatable also. Im thinkin of a blower cam,headers,exhaust and tune when I get it then by december I will pull the trigger on a supercharger.
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sounds like youve got a plan...the ADM 2.5 blower cam is supposed to be a bad SOB but i dont know if it has a rough idle or not. Someone on here makes a rough Idle blower cam though.... Maybe Jannetty? Then you get the best of both worlds.
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Not sure. I think the bolt on route will be just a tad bit cheaper. The nasty chop at the stop light would be the best but sounding like an f14 flying past someone is unbeatable also. Im thinkin of a blower cam,headers,exhaust and tune when I get it then by december I will pull the trigger on a supercharger.
I can offer complete packages that are bolt in and supported by My Free Custom Tuning via email.

My 415 Street Packages is the foundation, CAI Headers Tuner and custom tune

Then you can Add one of my Cam packages with Tune.

Or you can add one of many blower packages with Tune.

Read all the Positive reviews on my Custom Tunes.

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I can offer complete packages that are bolt in and supported by My Free Custom Tuning via email.

My 415 Street Packages is the foundation, CAI Headers Tuner and custom tune

Then you can Add one of my Cam packages with Tune.

Or you can add one of many blower packages with Tune.

Read all the Positive reviews on my Custom Tunes.

I am here to Help Make your car everything you want it to be and More, for Less.

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You will be hearing from me soon thanks Ted
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