View Full Version : Norris Motorsports 2010 Camaro SS Magnacharger & Maganflow Installed Special - $7695


Mike Norris
07-04-2009, 02:56 PM
Hey All,

I have put together a nice base package for the 2010 Camaro SS that includes the Magnacharger SC package along with the Maganflow axleback system for an intoductory price of $7695 installed and custom tuned.

I can also do a Magnacharger only package for those wanting something even more base. As of now I have 2 sold and will hold this pricing for abot 2 weeks.

I feel the Magnacharger really works well with the new Camaro as she has put on a little weight since 2002 :D With the additional 125-150 RWT it will really wake these cars up.

Feel free if you have any questions or call me weekdays at 407-616-2518. Have a great 4th and thanks.

Mike Norris

blk/slvr02ss
07-05-2009, 08:50 AM
Are you going to have any Specials on ARH 1 7/8 headers and a tune for the 2010 Camaro SS ? I want to do them first then the Magna Charger a little later.

turbot
07-05-2009, 02:18 PM
Is it still using the horrible stock air box and if so what are the iat's thanks Erik

Mike Norris
07-05-2009, 08:52 PM
blk/slvr02ss,

I was getting things together on that and it looks like it will be $1995 installed with cats and also includes Stage 8 bolts. Add a tune and low temp stat installed and it would be $2395.

turbot,

Yes, it uses the factory air box and personally I do not think it is that bad for a factory piece. It keeps the filter encapsulated somewhat from the direct engine heat as compared to the open cone filter setups. With the unrestricted inlet tube from the TB to the box and a K&N filter it works very well.

IAT's would be like any other Maggie setup. Usually about 10-20* above ambient and probably in the 150* range after a hard run with no meth or nitrous cooling. Even with these temps, a proper tune will allow good timing and power.

As I progress and evolve these packages I am sure better systems will come along for sure.

No matter how you look at it the TVS2300 will add a good chunk of torque in the 2500-300o RPM area to make the almost two ton car move nicely :D

I also have a project twin turbo we are starting inital mock ups on over the next two weeks. Should be interesting for sure.

Hope this info helps and thanks :chug:

Mike Norris

00 SiLvEr SS
07-06-2009, 10:58 AM
how much for a magnacharger install nd tune on a 2000 lol

Mike Norris
07-06-2009, 07:37 PM
If LM Speed still makes the Magnacharger for the Gen4 cars, it would be in the $8000-ish area off the top of my head.

Mike Norris

blk/slvr02ss
07-07-2009, 09:40 AM
I will be calling you as soon as i get the car and put some break- in miles on it.

Joe