Anytime you own a Chevrolet Camaro SS, there’s a fair chance that you’re probably gonna wildly tune the car in as many ways as you can. And if that includes putting on some 22-inch rims, lowering the car, and adding some hydraulics, then all the better, right?

Frankly, there’s something we call ’over-tuning’ and this one is definitely a prime candidate for that category. The rims are a good touch and lowering it is something we could get on-board with, but the hydraulics? Not so much. Quite frankly, it kind of cheapens what the Camaro SS stands for. It’s already bad-ass in its own right, but putting in some hydraulics makes it look more like a circus freak than anything else. But, hey, that’s just us. If this dude finds it awesome, then more power to him.

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Source: Car Domain

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9 comments:

  (238) posted on 05.24.2011

Well, its a good thing that we got to enjoy the fun driving experience in every car that we are driving! Having a high speed performing car is just bonus but I don’t think that its ideal to have a excessive power when the car is used daily.

  (401) posted on 05.24.2011

There’s no other car that is cooler than a American muscle car! And Chevrolet car would be a great choice. I like thee reliability of their car.

  (462) posted on 10.28.2010

hydraulic treatment?? sounds like a expensive one..

  (858) posted on 10.22.2010

wow, not all car are given that chance for hydraulic treatment.

  (939) posted on 08.12.2010

impressive height,, but don’t get y it maybe a super car but as a super car it’s meant to be beaten...

  (1023) posted on 05.31.2010

Wow! that was really cool hydraulic treatment and I’m glad to see its thriving, and I think its a different take on the car scene.

  (1333) posted on 05.31.2010

For me this is an over tuned car. It ! Better if he just make his tire exact to the tire cage.

  (798) posted on 05.30.2010

Impressive height! but don’t get y it maybe a super car but as a super car it’s meant to be beaten.

  (808) posted on 05.27.2010

that was a pretty low camaro ss. for sure it can compensate with tight curves and turns...

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