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Old 04-27-2012, 08:53 AM   #1
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Default 13.15@106.7 bone stock 2010 Camaro SS A6 1SS

I added a new daily driver to the family, a 2010 CGM 1SS RS/SS A6 Camaro SS. Had 6100 miles on it. Over the next 12 months, I'm going to modify it but avoid modifications that make the car noisy. I'll chronicle the build on Planet, but I'll run hi flow cats, avoid a cam, and doing stuff like swapping in a TH400. I'm looking for this car to wack most high end imports from a dig and from a roll. First goal is 12.6 with as little mods as possible, Then 12.3 with a bit more, and then 11.99. No blower either, I'm saving that mod to run 10.99.





I went to GLD, happy with my bonestock results...

I made 7 passes:

14.401@105.53 2.59
13.223@106.53 2.02
13.441@105.95 2.07
13.291@106.10 2.01
13.258@106.58 2.04
13.156@106.77 1.95 <<<<< Yeah!!
13.335@105.28 1.99










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Very nice lookin times for a bone stock 1SS
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Thanks, I want to take one more crack at a 13.0 stock just need to fit it into my schedule.
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you should be able to dip into the 12's easily with nothing more than drag radials.
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Old 04-27-2012, 09:59 AM   #5
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Yeah I think so too, but it's fun to take a crack at running 12.99 bone stock even though I think it will be pretty hard. But I think a high 13.doh is possible if the air stays like this.
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Solid runs for a stock A6! A good tune will put you well into the 12s. I like your idea of keeping her subtle but still quick.
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Yeah I don't want folks to realize that it's modded until the pedal hits the floor.

My first goal is 12.5 with as few bolt-ons as possible, I'm working on a list I think that will get it there. I'm avoiding a few parts that I think are snake oil.

Goal #2 is 11.99 SI, no blower, no cam, no headwork. I'll need a converter for that.

I could always slap a blower on there but I'm personally never impressed by blower 5th gens that run high 11's.

Anyone got bolt-ons they want me to send my way, I'm probably not going with the most popular CAI system out there I think it's over kill.
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Man, I'd bet my paycheck that a good solid custom tune would drop you 4-5 tenths. The tuned shifts alone and reduced TQ management are huge. I think you could potentially see a 12.5-12.6 with just tuning. Some tires added to that would definitely settle you into some mid 12s imho.
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Yeah I haven't researched torque management yet, but one idea I have to is to keep it when the shifter is in the regular D mode, and have it tuned way down in Sport mode. I'm thinking I will also tune AFM or DoD whatever it's called in Sport mode too.

I'm planning for sure to do a CAI, tune, DR's, UD pulley, and round 2 would be exhaust and a converter and probably a 2nd tune. I think the final combo will go 11.9@113.
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ya know? i was thinking a little.......that 13.15 is close enough, that just having a good night, with good air, and getting a little more used to the car, you may well drop into the 12's without touching it.
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Yah I can do it if I have killer air (DA). Supposedly it was 450DA when I raced so it was pretty good already but I haven't personally checked it. I have some ideas on how to run a little quicker in the front half.
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Yah I can do it if I have killer air (DA). Supposedly it was 450DA when I raced so it was pretty good already but I haven't personally checked it. I have some ideas on how to run a little quicker in the front half.
possibly lose the spare? i know that technically speaking doesn't qualify as not touching........but it'll fit in witrh the word gamse over in the racers lounge.


i just watched one of american muscles videos.......12.74@111mph bone stock, and 200 miles on the odometer. hell....i've got 1600and change on mine, and still won't beat on it that hard.
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Not sure what vid you mean, but that ET sounds like an M6 car.

I don't think the car has a spare actually. I just took off the engine cover to help it cool down and so it would loose a lb or two.

I'd love to pull weight but honestly not sure what I can do. I don't want to drain the wiper fluid.
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Easiest weight management IMO is dropping the spare/tools and running a 1/4 tank or less. Other than, you can pull the passenger seat, etc....but doesn't really sound like that's the direction you're trying to go.
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Looks good John !!!

That's the color my wife wanted
Couldn't find any With a M6 though

She drives the car all the time


Good luck with the bolt on build !!

Will u do a Stall?


Louis told me cats won't kill 3-5hp over a off road x pipe
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Yeah I ran with 1/4 tank.

Yep I will do a stall at some point.

I will run hi-flow cats of some kind, I might run long tubes and the whole deal or just do a mid-pipe with hi flow cats. I wonder if long tubes are worth it over just doing the cats...
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No Longtubes on a Lsx motor??

U feeling ok? Lol


Longtubes hi flow cats
Stock muffs ...
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Hehe I was kinda kidding.
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Not sure what vid you mean, but that ET sounds like an M6 car.

I don't think the car has a spare actually. I just took off the engine cover to help it cool down and so it would loose a lb or two.

I'd love to pull weight but honestly not sure what I can do. I don't want to drain the wiper fluid.
i thought the camaros came with spares. some mustangs do....but mine didn't....something about the brembos.

i only suggested the spare, 'cause it's crazy easy if your car has one. i noted a poster just under you mentioned pulling the seat......i don't get the impression that you wanna go that route. it sounds like you want to do it the fun way.....which is never as easy as shedding weight/adding power adders, etc. i like your ideas in the op.

this is the vid i mentioned.....you are right. it's a 6 speed manual. they run it with their 6 cylinder auto convertible.

also, my apologies for the thread hijack.
http://blog.americanmuscle.com/video...d9tbgz4de77b23
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Good times man. Definately a sweet car sir.
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