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Old 04-23-2009, 07:09 PM   #1
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Aftermarket Cold air intake

Does anybody know of any other cold air intake other than the one that GM offers, IF so what?? Also is the one that GM offers, is that one just good enough???
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Old 04-23-2009, 07:16 PM   #2
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Does anybody know of any other cold air intake other than the one that GM offers, IF so what?? Also is the one that GM offers, is that one just good enough???

Here ya go..... Doesnt look like any CAI out there yet....





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I want to get all the known performance products for V8 in one thread to keep organized and make them easier to find.

V8 (LS3, L99)

Headers:

GMPP shorty headers:
http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/se...o_sitelet.html
$1000
part number: 92213295 http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/_r...09_Catalog.pdf page 164

Borla T-304 steel headers:
http://www.jegs.com/i/Borla/157/17249/10002/-1, http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
$915.99

Catback exhaust:

GMPP catback exhaust system:
http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/se...o_sitelet.html
with tips $950 part number: 92206992
without tips $750 part number: 92225672 http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/_r...09_Catalog.pdf page 164

GMPP Track Pack (off-road only):
http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/_r...09_Catalog.pdf page 164
part number: 92231570

Borla GM catback exhaust system + X pipe:
http://www.borla.com/applications/lo...X_pipe/140280/
part #140280
$1,449.99

Borla GM catback exhaust system + X pipe:
http://www.borla.com/applications/lo...X_pipe/140281/
part #140281
$1486.99

Magnaflow Street Series:
http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...one=all&id=121 2.5 in. system, Dual Split Rear Exit.
part number: 16579

Magnaflow Street Series:
http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...one=all&id=123 2.5 in system, Axle-back, Dual split rear exit.
part number: 16581

Magnaflow Competition Series:
http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...one=all&id=122 2.5 in. system, Dual split rear exit.
part number: 16580

Magnaflow Competition Series:
http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...one=all&id=124 2.5 in. system, Axle-back, Dual split reaer exit. part number: 16582

Air Intakes:

GMPP Air Intake:
http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/se...o_sitelet.html
$450 part number: 92212302 http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/_r...09_Catalog.pdf page 164

Suspension:

Pedders Suspension:
http://www.peddersusa.com/products/21

Camaro Street I
Camaro Front Radius Rod Bush, Item code: EP6577
Zeta Differential Mounts, Item code: EP1167
Zeta Rear eXtreme Sub-Frame Co, Item code: EP1169
price: $349.99 with package, $545.95 indidvidually
https://secure.merlinsoftware.com.au...&Level2=CAMARO

Sport Package
Camaro Front Radius Rod Bush, Item code: EP6577
Zeta Differential Mounts, Item code: EP1167
Zeta eXtreme Adjustable Sway Bar Kit, Item code: 429006ADJKIT
Zeta Rear eXtreme Sub-Frame Co, Item code: EP1169
price: $699.99 with package, $891.15 individually
https://secure.merlinsoftware.com.au...&Level2=CAMARO

Camaro Street II
Camaro Front Radius Rod Bush, Item code: EP6577
Zeta Differential Mounts, Item code: EP1167
Zeta Front Left GSR Strut, Item code: 9464L
Zeta Front Right GSR Strut, Item code: 9464R
Zeta Front Sport Coil 634mm, X2, Item code: 2954
Zeta Rear eXtreme Sub-Frame Co, Item code: EP1169
Zeta Rear GSR Shock, X2, Item code: 9295
Zeta Rear OE HD Rear, X2, Item code: 2957
price: $1,299.99 with package, $1582.42 individually
https://secure.merlinsoftware.com.au...&Level2=CAMARO

Camaro Track II
Camaro Front Radius Rod Bush, Item code: EP6577
Zeta Differential Mounts, Item code: EP1167
Zeta eXtreme Adjustable Sway Bar Kit, Item code: 429006ADJKIT
Zeta Front Control Arm Inner, Item code: EP6561
Zeta Front Left GSR Strut, Item code: 9464L
Zeta Front Right GSR Strut, Item code: 9464R
Zeta Front Sport Coil 634mm, X2, Item code: 2954
Zeta Rear Control Arm Lwr Out, Item code: EP7266
Zeta Rear eXtreme Sub-Frame Co, X2, Item code: EP1169
Zeta Rear Sport Coil 643mm, X2, Item code: 2955
Zeta Rear Toe Link Inner/outer, Item code: EP7267
Zeta Rear Trailing arm Inner, Item code: EP7265
Zeta Steering Rack/Pinion Mnt, Item code: EP2112
Zeta Upper Control Arm Rearwar, Item code: EP7263
price: $2,999.99 with package, $3,372.56 indidvidually
https://secure.merlinsoftware.com.au...&Level2=CAMARO

Eibach Springs:
http://eibach.com/cgi-bin/start.exe/eibach/index.html

Pro-Kit (performance lowering springs):
part number: 38144.140 http://eibach.com/cgi-bin/htmlos.exe...72939200009395

Sportline Kit (extreme lowering springs):
part number: 4.14438 http://eibach.com/cgi-bin/htmlos.exe...72939200009395

Anti-Roll-Kit (Both Front & Rear Bars):
part number: 38144.320 http://eibach.com/cgi-bin/htmlos.exe...72939200009395

Shifter

Hurst Short Throw Shifter: http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/se...o_sitelet.html
$300 part number: 92214388 http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/_r...09_Catalog.pdf page 164

Brake Systems

*1Baer Complete System (Pro-Plus):
http://www.baer.com/products/complete/pro-plus.php
6 piston calipers and 13” or 14” slotted, drilled and zinc washed, 2 piece rotors.
*Will fit under 18 inch wheels.
Price: $1820.95 for complete front system, same for rear system.

Tune

*5Tune Time Performance:
http://www.tunetimeperformance.com/z...ain_page=index
Costum dyno tunes

Packages

*5MAST Motor Sports 2010 Camaro Track Packages:
http://www.mastmotorsports.com/page....ackages&id=117

Fast - Stage I Stage Strip Package
"525 Flywheel HP"
• Mast L99 VVT Phaser series cam for auto trans. Camaro SS
• Mast LS3 Single Bolt series cam for manual trans. Camaro SS
• Mast premium nitrided valve springs
• Brings your Camaro alive with a nice noticeable lopey idle

Options and Upgrades
• EFI Live AutoCal Module with Mast Motorsports Calibration
• Muscle Rods long tube headers
• Muscle Rods exhaust systems
• Mast Black Label high flow fuel rails
• Mast Black Label roller rocker arms

Mast Motorsports recommends that every cam install using stock controller is accompanied by a calibration tune using HP Tuners, EFI Live, or equivalent software. Calibration is available from Mast Motorsports.
http://www.mastmotorsports.com/page....ackages&id=114

FASTER - Stage II Track Package
"545 Flywheel HP"
• Mast L99 VVT Phaser series cam for auto trans. Camaro SS
• Mast LS3 Single Bolt series cam for manual trans. Camaro SS
• Mast premium nitrided valve springs
• Provides a more aggressive idle and the power to get you down the track quicker

Options & Upgrades
• EFI Live AutoCal Module with Mast Motorsports Calibration
• Muscle Rods long tube headers
• Muscle Rods exhaust systems
• Mast Black Label high flow fuel rails
• Mast Black Label roller rocker arms

Mast Motorsports recommends that every cam install using stock controller is accompanied by a calibration tune using HP Tuners, EFI Live, or equivalent software. Calibration is available from Mast Motorsports.
http://www.mastmotorsports.com/page....ackages&id=115

FASTEST - Stage III 12 Deg Competition
• Mast Black Label LS3/L99/L92 cylinder heads (rocker arms not included)
• Mast L99 VVT Phaser series cam for auto trans. Camaro SS
• Mast LS3 Single Bolt series cam for manual trans. Camaro SS
• Mast premium nitrided valve springs
• The same gains as Stage II with the addition of Mast Motorsports Black Label LS3/L99/L92 cylinder heads for the ultimate in 2010 Camaro performance (cylinder head flow data and horsepower ratings coming soon)

Options & Upgrades
• EFI Live AutoCal Module with Mast Motorsports Calibration
• Muscle Rods long tube headers
• Muscle Rods exhaust systems
• Mast Black Label high flow fuel rails
• Mast Black Label roller rocker arms

Mast Motorsports recommends that every cam install using stock controller is accompanied by a calibration tune using HP Tuners, EFI Live, or equivalent software. Calibration is available from Mast Motorsports.
http://www.mastmotorsports.com/page....ackages&id=116

Forced Induction

Turbo

*7Aerocharger:
http://hiperturbo.readyhosting.com/store/product24.html
coming soon.....






more to come..............

Coming soon!!:
*3Kenne Bell Superchargers
SLP Performance parts
LPE Performance parts
Harrop Superchargers........ performance parts?
Pfadt suspension parts
*3Magnuson/magnacharger
Kooks headers
American Racing headers
STS Turbo??
Procharger
Corsa Exhaust
*4Varam
*4MGW
*4Spin Tech
*2SSBC
Vortech
K&N
ADM Performance
*6AEM intakes






WARNING: Prices are subject to change. Check here for dealer prices on GMP parts. http://www.gm.oeaccessories.com/Home/

P.S. If anyone finds other upgrades for the Camaro please post the link and I'll edit this post.

P.P.S.: Now adding info for superchargers and turbochargers.
I NEED HELP FROM MORE KNOWLEDGABLE PEOPLE ON THIS SUBJECT!!!

Credit:
*1: XanthosV6
*2: FoxMarketingCars
*3: blackedout010
*4: POWERFREAK
*5: Matt TuneTime
*6: Ken AEM
*7: VictoryRed08
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Old 04-23-2009, 07:26 PM   #3
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okay, is the one GM offers, is that one just good enough?
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Old 04-23-2009, 08:10 PM   #4
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Be a TON of them on the market soon enough!
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Old 04-23-2009, 08:25 PM   #5
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I would say wait..There will be plenty of them out there very soon, and they will out perform the GMPP
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:36 PM   #6
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Yup. Give it a few months at least. or look at G8 intakes.
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:39 PM   #7
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I'm hoping roto-fab has one made up quickly. They made a good one for the G8.
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:49 PM   #8
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Look at the G8 over the radiator intakes...especially from New Era. wink wink
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:56 PM   #9
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Look at the G8 over the radiator intakes...especially from New Era. wink wink
I was wondering about those. My first intake was from New Era for the G8. Wasn't too happy, but they did a great job customer service wise.
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Old 04-23-2009, 11:36 PM   #10
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I think you will see some real nice stuff in just a month or so...so EVERYBODY should wait and see what comes out.
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Old 04-23-2009, 11:51 PM   #11
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zz u gotta let me know when u get somethin real nice
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Old 04-24-2009, 12:58 AM   #12
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Will after markets void the warranty?
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Will after markets void the warranty?
*bump* Good question.
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zz u gotta let me know when u get somethin real nice
You know I will. But they will probably be just as expensive as the GMPP....howver, they will greatly outperform the GMPP!!!
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*bump* Good question.
There a LOT of threads on this already. If you replace the CAI, the intake is no longer under warranty. Any problems that result from the CAI being on there will also not be warrantied. Your entire warranty will not be voided because of the CAI. Some dealers may try to tell you this but that is NOT true. So if that's what your dealer tells you find another dealer. If you don't have another dealer around you, it's your call what to do. They can make it a real headache for you if they want to. It's been my experience that they don't care about CAI and exhaust mods.
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There a LOT of threads on this already. If you replace the CAI, the intake is no longer under warranty. Any problems that result from the CAI being on there will also not be warrantied. Your entire warranty will not be voided because of the CAI. Some dealers may try to tell you this but that is NOT true. So if that's what your dealer tells you find another dealer. If you don't have another dealer around you, it's your call what to do. They can make it a real headache for you if they want to. It's been my experience that they don't care about CAI and exhaust mods.
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Good post.
This should be a sticky!!
As far as I know, changing out the CAI/headers or what not, it definitely will not be covered by your GM warranty UNLESS you use the GM Performance parts.
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Old 04-24-2009, 02:24 PM   #18
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Good post.
This should be a sticky!!
As far as I know, changing out the CAI/headers or what not, it definitely will not be covered by your GM warranty UNLESS you use the GM Performance parts.
why?

My thread with all the info shnomac posted is already a sticky.

click the links in my signature.
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Good post.
This should be a sticky!!
As far as I know, changing out the CAI/headers or what not, it definitely will not be covered by your GM warranty UNLESS you use the GM Performance parts.
I've heard a few others say that as well. I am not sure that is the case. Can someone who works for a dealer or GM verify that?
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why?

My thread with all the info shnomac posted is already a sticky.

click the links in my signature.
Just saw it.
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Old 04-27-2009, 10:40 PM   #21
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We are currently researching and developing the best cold air intake system for the new 2010 camaro. We will be living on the dyno and the track the next few weeks to make sure we have the best kit on the market.
As for the warranty issues, the aftermarket cold air system and header system will only void your current induction and exhaust warranty.

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Keep in touch with me on this one. I will have access to much more info on a new intake around the middle of may. I will have pictures and all details at that time!!!
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Testing on the dyno as I type this. Should have dyno and track results come Saturday. Anyone interested in our Cold Air system please feel free to shoot me a pm/ or just give me a call at the shop. They should be ready to go by next week!

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Old 05-06-2009, 11:10 PM   #24
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AEM is developing one right now. they need a test car though, which usually means a free intake
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call K&N they have one with no tune required. Minimal HP.
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