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Old 04-28-2012, 03:33 PM   #35
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i need help i can deside which to do supercharge or stroke? to get around 650hp at the rear wheels. i prised out both and the yboth come out to the same price. anyone have any input
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Old 04-29-2012, 07:57 PM   #36
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i need help i can deside which to do supercharge or stroke? to get around 650hp at the rear wheels. i prised out both and the yboth come out to the same price. anyone have any input
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Old 04-29-2012, 10:02 PM   #37
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supercharging will be more day-to-day driver-friendly, but a stroker will have much more wow-factor
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Old 05-13-2012, 02:42 PM   #38
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what causes the miles to not register on my 2012 camaro SS LS3. I dont know if its a fuse or what but I cant find the fuse or relay
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Old 07-09-2012, 02:29 PM   #39
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those dyno numbers on the ls3 are probly from the flywheel right?
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I have a 2001 V6 Camaro the right blinker stopped flashing can you tell me what I need to do please?
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Old 10-28-2012, 11:20 PM   #40
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Special Editions?

Why isn't there an area in the WIKI for special Editions. I think all the special cars and their numbers should be listed.
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4200 = Shipped-Rail-Detroit at 3AM on 5Oct, Departed for Miami, Ohio @ 3AM, arrived in Cincinnati, Ohio, 7 Oct 0749 arrived in Louisville Kentucky,at Kane Ave Tenn.@ 8:30PM,left for Wauhatchie, Tennesee 10Oct,Waycross GA10Oct,Jacksonville FL 11 Oct.
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:34 AM   #41
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A Few Suggestions From A Prospective 5th Gen'er

Hi all. Longtime lurker here, but just recently joined.

I have found the wiki very useful, but over my time lurking have found other odds and ends of information that I think would be useful to a prospective 5th Gen owner that I don't see listed, or at least easily found. For example:
  • RS Package description
I know that for the '10 and '11 model years, this package included appearance items such as unique (midnight silver) 20" wheels with summer tires (VERY important info for us members that live in the northern climates), HID headlights w/halo rings, a rear spoiler, darkened tail lamps, body colored roof ditch moldings, as well as RS badges (or red SS badges). Then in 2012, a few of those items became standard equipment across the line, such as the spoiler and tail lamps, while the 2012 RS package added the body colored sharkfin antenna.

I know some of the RS package changes are listed in the 2012 model year changes section, and that the spoiler is listed as being available with the RS package in the 2010 equipment comparison section, but it seems you have to hunt around to find all of the RS package information. Also, I have seen a number of threads asking "Do I Have an RS?", etc. It would be nice to have a full package description in its own section. Also, the RS is only available on LT trim and above, correct? That would be good to know as well.
  • LS Gearing Differences
I have also found during my lurking that at some point (2012, maybe?) the gearing in the LS trim was changed from the rest of the lineup to allow for slightly better fuel economy, at the cost of slightly worse acceleration (or is it only top end that's affected--I'm not sure ). This, too, would be good to have added to the wiki.

A couple of other bits of info I think would be useful additions would be the limited top speed of the different trim levels. From what I've gleaned from the forum, the LS is electronically limited to 115mph, the LT to 145mph, and the LT/RS to 155mph. I think the SS is 165mph? I don't remember. I've seen a number of threads or discussions with varying opinions about this, and having the info in the wiki could save some repeat questions, IMO. Maybe adding why would be good info too--I think it's due to tires, but I don't know if the LS gearing has anything to do with it either.

Maybe there could just be an "Option Packages" section added that discusses RS, Convenience/Connectivity, Rear Vision, etc., in more detail, with the changes across the model years?

Anyway, this wiki is great and very helpful for a hopeful 5th Gen owner like me, and I really appreciate whoever put it together. I apologize if the information I am asking to be added is already there, and I just missed it somehow.

Thanks for such a great forum!
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:32 AM   #42
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also comes down to traffic...if your in bumper to bumper on a daily basis for long periods of time thats game over, automatic would win for just sheer ease...


but some people think a racing car isnt a racing car without a stick shift; i wish i was taught a stick but no one will let me learn on their car...wonder why id pay 30k to learn on my own :(
I would have gone with the stick, but it's for exactly the reason stated above (the COMMUTE) that I went automatic. I regretted that my first Camaro (1978) was AT. Still, these days, I needed my 2012 RS to be auto...drat. Stick is just more fun and I feel like I have more control.
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Old 06-05-2013, 05:54 PM   #43
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does anybody know if i can us streight pipes from headers and take out catalack conveters if engine light will stay on
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Old 08-31-2013, 01:46 PM   #44
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i have a question, i have 11, ss, camaro, and my belts keep slipping of by a groove.. any suggestions?
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Old 10-18-2013, 01:30 AM   #45
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I recently put my factory wheels back on. I had aftermarket wheels no problems with them. So I put them back on I rebalanced them 2 thinking it would go away but hasn't. Brake system seems fine. No problems with the car before wondering if you could help before I start throwing money at something I don't know. Oh yea it shakes after I start going over 65.

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Old 12-17-2013, 08:23 PM   #46
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Old 02-19-2014, 04:23 PM   #47
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if the door speakers are both popping, what other speakers would be the best, for no more then 100 bucks? looking at best buy
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Old 09-09-2014, 06:45 AM   #48
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I have a 2014 LS and I topped out at 117 mph.
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Old 09-09-2014, 06:46 AM   #49
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And I still had more gain But I ran out of highway.
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Old 05-29-2015, 02:06 PM   #50
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First you can go straight to the source, coldairinductionsystems.com. Put in your car info like your gonna buy it and it will give you the upgrade your looking for. I have a 1ss and I bought the 4 inch straight from that site. You can shop around but getting it from the site I believe is the only way you can register the intake for warranty. Plus the prices do not differ much on others sites, I.e. Summit, carid, stillen. Be mindful of your upgrades. Since I installed the intake, I've noticed tremendous difference in power, but I still have restricted airflow from my stock exhaust. So I just bought Flowmaster outlaw catbacks. It's a process. I wouldn't upgrade your maf sensor until you research more. I don't think it's needed, and aftermarket parts are usually a waste of money. I found that if you were to upgrade that area, install a spacer for better flow. Watch tutorial on YouTube. So find proper intake, proper exhaust first, then tune. Not saying anything about the jet performance chip. I bought it, haven't installed yet. Unsure. Happy trails

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Old 05-29-2015, 02:16 PM   #51
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CAI Intake

First you can go straight to the source, coldairinductionsystems.com. Put in your car info like your gonna buy it and it will give you the upgrade your looking for. I have a 1ss and I bought the 4 inch straight from that site. You can shop around but getting it from the site I believe is the only way you can register the intake for warranty. Plus the prices do not differ much on others sites, I.e. Summit, carid, stillen. Be mindful of your upgrades. Since I installed the intake, I've noticed tremendous difference in power, but I still have restricted airflow from my stock exhaust. So I just bought Flowmaster outlaw catbacks. It's a process. I wouldn't upgrade your maf sensor until you research more. I don't think it's needed, and aftermarket parts are usually a waste of money. I found that if you were to upgrade that area, install a spacer for better flow. Watch tutorial on YouTube. So find proper intake, proper exhaust first, then tune. Not saying anything about the jet performance chip. I bought it, haven't installed yet. Unsure. Happy trails
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