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Old 05-09-2009, 05:37 PM   #1
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Exclamation Track Results are in for 2010 CAMARO SS w/ cold air intake & ecu tune!!

Ok guys, took the car out to Baytown, Tx last night to test our prototype cold air induction system. We did not have a weather station but I can tell you the humidity was high like always in the Houston summers. Temperatures were around 85* at night time. We made a total of 9 passes. 3 stock, 3 tune only, and 3 LMR CAI&TUNE. Here are the averages:

STOCK- 13.46 @109.01

TUNE ONLY- 13.25 @109.88

LMR CAI & TUNE- 13.09 @110.82


Worst pass of the night was a 13.56 and Best pass of the night was 13.03 @111.14.

Will start mass production of our cold air induction systems on Monday.
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:41 PM   #2
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Considering the weather conditions those are some impressive times and impressive gains. Got any pics of the intake? Pricing?
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Nice times. Any videos from the track? Whats going to be the damage for the CAI?
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Any seat of the pants difference between stock & tune + CAI?
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I really hope that these cars start to really loosen up once some miles are put on them. If they are going to stay this way the times are pretty disappointing.

I too would like to see some pics of the CAI.
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:59 PM   #7
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I like those really low 13s, you think with an exhaust, tune, intake it will hit below 13?
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Very nice

13.4 @ 109 mph is pretty good for 80 degree humid air. My guess is the DA was probably +2000 ft.

But it seems like guys are having trouble launching the new Camaro's. Because 109mph trap speeds, should be good for 12.9 - 13.0 flat in the 1/4 mile with a decent launch on street tires.

I managed 13.3 with a 105 mph trap speed in my stock 06 GTO. With 110mph trap speed I ran 12.9 (lightly modded). So the Camaro should be able to do the same (run high 12s with around 110 mph trap speeds).
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I like those really low 13s, you think with an exhaust, tune, intake it will hit below 13?
If we were in better weather I belive this car would have run consistent 12.8's with our CAI and Tune. We will start fabbing up our long tube headers and custom exhaust next week and take her back out for more testing!
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Ok guys, took the car out to Baytown, Tx last night to test our prototype cold air induction system. We did not have a weather station but I can tell you the humidity was high like always in the Houston summers. Temperatures were around 85* at night time. We made a total of 9 passes. 3 stock, 3 tune only, and 3 LMR CAI&TUNE. Here are the averages:

STOCK- 13.46 @109.01

TUNE ONLY- 13.25 @109.88

LMR CAI & TUNE- 13.09 @110.82


Worst pass of the night was a 13.56 and Best pass of the night was 13.03 @111.14.

Will start mass production of our cold air induction systems on Monday. Feel free to email me or just give me a call at the shop to order yours TODAY!
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Texas is tough in the Summer Months. Good times for a fresh car, DA seems to be near +2k, which is where it always seems to be when I run.
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Nice times. Any videos from the track? Whats going to be the damage for the CAI?
I will post the vids once I get home. I left my cable to my video camara at the house. Expect pricing to be around the $399 marker.
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Old 05-09-2009, 06:26 PM   #14
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Ditto on the 60ft times??

1/8 mile ET/MPH??
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Ok guys, took the car out to Baytown, Tx last night to test our prototype cold air induction system. We did not have a weather station but I can tell you the humidity was high like always in the Houston summers. Temperatures were around 85* at night time. We made a total of 9 passes. 3 stock, 3 tune only, and 3 LMR CAI&TUNE. Here are the averages:

STOCK- 13.46 @109.01

TUNE ONLY- 13.25 @109.88

LMR CAI & TUNE- 13.09 @110.82


Worst pass of the night was a 13.56 and Best pass of the night was 13.03 @111.14.






Will start mass production of our cold air induction systems on Monday.




Was the SS an Auto or Manual?
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Ditto on the 60ft times??

1/8 mile ET/MPH??

60ft times were in the 2.1's and 1/8 average I believe was around 8.6 with our cold air and tune.
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Old 05-09-2009, 06:31 PM   #17
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Great numbers. These cars are going to be mid 12s with headers and catback, who knows what will happen with heads and cam.
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I'd like to know the breakdown of the runs from first to last. The reason I ask, is although mph did go up, it didn't go up all that much, maybe 2 mph at the most, which is good, but mph shows hp! Just curious about actual hp made with mods at the racetrack. Nice runs!!!
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For sure....full exhaust with cai and tune, then throw in gears and stickies to get this pig moving and its gonna FLY!!! I see easy mid 12's at a good track with those mods.
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I'd like to know the breakdown of the runs from first to last. The reason I ask, is although mph did go up, it didn't go up all that much, maybe 2 mph at the most, which is good, but mph shows hp! Just curious about actual hp made with mods at the racetrack. Nice runs!!!
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I meant a breakdown of the 1/4 mile runs....dynos are funny sometimes, tracks never lie!
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I meant a breakdown of the 1/4 mile runs....dynos are funny sometimes, tracks never lie!
That is the reason we took the car to the track. To show everyone REAL WORLD results as well as dyno #'s. Like you said, track #'s dont lie!
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Based on your times, in favorable conditions, it looks like high 12's for bolt on camaros, mid 12's for bolt on/full exhaust camaro's, low 12's by adding a cam, and 11's with heads/cams, but I think these times would be a good bit more probable on drag radials.
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judging by weather conditions on wunderground.com, DA was between 1750 - 2240 ft. for the runs, depending on what times they were run at.
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That is the reason we took the car to the track. To show everyone REAL WORLD results as well as dyno #'s. Like you said, track #'s dont lie!
Exactly, but I like to analyze time slips.
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