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aLL STaR Performance Camaro SS teased before SEMA


We are beginning to see a trend in the teasers shown ahead of the SEMA Auto Show. Last week, we received a teaser image of the Honda CR-Z Hybrid by Fortune Motorsports that showed a vehicle covered in a tarp with just a smidgen of the car shown as the tarp was pulled back just a bit. This week we received another teaser image of a vehicle set to take the SEMA stage in a few months’ time with the same setup. This time, it’s the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro SS by aLL STaR Performance that is being teased ahead of this year’s SEMA (November 2nd-5th).

This unique tuning project has been led by Gene Marcel and includes a set of 22x11” Forgestar wheels, a custom set of Baer brakes, Air Lift digital suspension, Lysholm supercharger, and a custom paint mix thanks to Dupont. We wish we could tell you a little more about the kit, but that’s all we know as of right now.

The tuner has yet to announce the engine’s new performances, so you can only imagine what we’ll get! In its standard version the 6.2 liter V-8 engine delivers a total of 426 HP and 420 lb.-ft. of torque. We are hoping we’ll get a substantial power boost from the boys over at aLL STaR Performance considering they are a manufacturer and distributor of racing and high performance parts.

This unique Camaro has been developed in cooperation with Extreme Dimensions, American Status Racing, STACK, Autometer, MagnaFlow Exhaust Products, Webasto, StreetGlow, Image Dynamics, TechAFS, Royal Purple, Real Autoworks and others. This seems like an intense list of collaborators so we’ll be on the edge of our seats until aLL STaR announces further details on this tuning project. They say they will provide more details in the next few weeks, so stay close!




5 comments:

Does anyone get the feeling that America is finally going through another muscle-car resurgence?

I am not a GM fan. You have to like one with a 750 HP V8. I remember years ago there was a twin turbo big block Trans Am in Car Craft it put out over 1400HP.

Does anyone get the feeling that America is finally going through another muscle-car resurgence?

Hmm, another upgrade the outcome of this car is intersting.

Just too good to be true! Still not a fan of muscle cars but Chevy really got this one right. I even like the interior. It’s the 69’ Camaro all over again only this time, it’s better!

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