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Old 03-21-2010, 02:25 PM   #1
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2010 DIY's on 2011 camaros

a thought just hit me with looking at all these DIY's, my camaro will be a 2011, and with the possible changes will that render these DIY's useless? thoughts anyone?
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Old 03-22-2010, 01:31 AM   #2
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There are NO major changes to the Camaro for 2011. The coupe will not be droped for convertibles to be exclusively. The drive train will not be changed. The body will not be redesigned. Any changes will be minor additions to the 2010, like possibly different rear gear options or a HUD or other little things like that. But NOTHING substantial will be change. I repeat, NOTHING substantial will change. That won't be happening for years, possibly around 2015 or so. Until then, very few of the guides posted here will be obsolete. Even then, there are still over 100,000 cars which the current guides do apply to.
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gear options would be nice.
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We won't really know what does and does not apply until people start trying to apply these DIY's to their 2011's. Until the car is available, we're just speculating
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There are NO major changes to the Camaro for 2011. The coupe will not be droped for convertibles to be exclusively. The drive train will not be changed. The body will not be redesigned. Any changes will be minor additions to the 2010, like possibly different rear gear options or a HUD or other little things like that. But NOTHING substantial will be change. I repeat, NOTHING substantial will change. That won't be happening for years, possibly around 2015 or so. Until then, very few of the guides posted here will be obsolete. Even then, there are still over 100,000 cars which the current guides do apply to.
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but the supposed 2015 model on the Alpha platform will be a different story...
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Old 04-08-2010, 12:07 AM   #8
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thatll be a whole nother generation
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Old 04-08-2010, 01:36 AM   #9
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Sub forums could also be added for different years.
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if needed. but they most likely will not be needed.

Same thing with the 4th gens. the 93-97's are usually categorized together and the 98-02's are grouped together. and there are numerous engine differences between individual LT1 years as well as differences between individual LS1 years
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