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I know that there is another thread that is talking about reather u guys would keep your car stock or start moddin.
I wanted to know what are some of u guys wantin done to the Camaros to stay ahead of guys with thier Challengers that will have been out a year befor the Camaro? Are u lookin forward to meeting up with some of the LX owners at the stop light?
In my home town people I know are already chosen sides.
I cant wait.
I wanna go all out. Head and Cam pkg
The whole 9
 

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in my area there aren't many 12 second cars. so i wont have much competition, hell my grand prix don't have it either. but i basically will do the whole 9, but over time, like previously stated, i dont want to regret any mods. but i do plan to stroke, cam, heads, then see where im at. then maybe add a blower. money will be the only thing holdin me back :lol: i just wanna spank every mustang i see, cobras, gt500, saleen, roush, everything out there. im thinking low 11's will be nice :D
 

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bolt-on and cam for me for a while. If the LS3 comes in it, thats about lil over 500rwhp. Then after that stronger clutch and drag oriented suspension.

Then APS will be hearing from me to harrass them until they produce a kit. If not, STS or go with a Maggie S/C.
 

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The challenger looks just as heavy to me. What I do to it will depend on whats available. My dream would be a SC motor from the factory. If that happens I'll just go pulley exhaust CAI tune and be done. If not I'll probably just go bolt-ons and tune and be done, as by that time hopefully my current car will be planting the bumper on the ground on launch and will suffice all my real racing needs. This one I just wat ahead of the norm, when something picks on it that it can't handle the it will be time to break out ol red.
 

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I hope there is a factory s/c version too. At least this motor is about to come out in the vette. Which means that when the camaro comes out companies will already have done testing and have parts ready for the ls3. I took a big chance in 98 when I bought my ws6. First year for ls1 in f-body, second in the vette. And it seriously "seemed" to take forever for any parts for the ls1.
 

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We "hope" its a LS3.
 
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