Gen 5 Camaro Power-Adder Tech - power adders need help
07-08-2012, 01:38 AM
hey guys i just bout a 2012 camaro 2ss and i need some tips on some power adders to add a lil bit of more ponies to my ss it would be alot of help thanks guys ill update pictures later
07-19-2012, 01:26 AM
ADM Cold air intake and scoop
Kooks headers + full exhaust
08-01-2012, 08:52 AM
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08-03-2012, 08:44 AM
What are your goals (dyno queen, street, drag, autocross, road tracks)? Do you daily drive the car? Is the car a stick or auto?
If you want basic bolt-ons, the car responds well to intake, headers, exhaust and tune. A tune will void your warranty for the most part unless you have a nice dealer. The new cars track when the tune has been changed.
Outside of supercharging, nitrous, or strokers, the next big bang for the buck is a cam swap. This is really dependent on your goals and where you want to go from here.
There are a lot of supporting modifications depending on your desired usage as well.
08-04-2012, 11:31 AM
i'd say supercharge it. It's a cleaner and less complicated install. I did the turbonetics kit and wish I would have gone procharger or vortech
08-02-2013, 09:07 AM
think about what you want as the end result and build the car in stages starting with the supporting mods for SC, Turbo, NO2, etc. If you do it this way you would end up buying parts that you wont need later. I started with CAI, LT Headers, UD Pulley, and Ported TB and had it dyno tuned. Then I got the Vortech V3 kit. Now I'm looking at a built long block and a YSI.
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