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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-2012, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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First time on the dyno.

My son and I took our cars over to Innovative Tuning in Buffalo this afternoon for thier Cinco De Mayo BBQ and dyno day. Spent the afternoon with a great bunch of young guys and some very nice cars. I'm very happy with the results, 427 RWHP and 414 FT/LBs.



2010 Summit White SS/RS Camaro
LS3 with 6 speed stick
Inferno Orange package
Borla headers
Solo high flow cats
Flowmaster 3" cat back
Muffler delete
1LE rear diffuser
Quad Solo tips
Cold Air Induction CAI
MPD rear spoiler
AAC LED sidemarkers
Barton short throw shifter
ZL1 rockers
ACS T4 splitter
15% tint all around
Chrome stock SS rims.
Heritage front grill
BMR strut tower brace and sway bars
Koni racing shocks
Apex catch can
Heater hose relocation
Brembo drilled rotors

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Congrats Steve nice numbers, Whats next?

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Congrats Steve nice numbers, Whats next?
Thanks, much appreciated. I have a short list for future mods just not sure which ones to do first.

2010 Summit White SS/RS Camaro
LS3 with 6 speed stick
Inferno Orange package
Borla headers
Solo high flow cats
Flowmaster 3" cat back
Muffler delete
1LE rear diffuser
Quad Solo tips
Cold Air Induction CAI
MPD rear spoiler
AAC LED sidemarkers
Barton short throw shifter
ZL1 rockers
ACS T4 splitter
15% tint all around
Chrome stock SS rims.
Heritage front grill
BMR strut tower brace and sway bars
Koni racing shocks
Apex catch can
Heater hose relocation
Brembo drilled rotors
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Cool, if you have the chance, I would say to get a vararam ram air intake.

They are still finalizing the ones for the newer models. The one for a 2010, will not fit the 11's or newer. GM changed the radiator filler cap location.

I gained 21hp just by bolting it on.

I did a few base line pulls, popped the hood and swapped out the intakes and did a few more pulls, then a tune.

[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]BLACK/Inferno int, 2SS/RS 400RWHP,Ground effects
Hurst Shifter, Pedders Camaro Pace Car Kit, SS lines, diff bush, Vararam Tune model
SLP Loudmouth axle back
Back Street Performance has done a great job with ALL my Performance & Suspension mods, highly recommend them.
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