Staying in tune with the Berger exhaust setup, Jerry skipped the long tube route and went with the stainless cat-back H-pipe-configured chambered system. It keeps to itself on the low rpm side, but has no problem announcing the Camaro's presence when he hammers the loud pedal.
For the Berger SS Stage II suspension program, Pedders' progressive rate springs and adjustable coilover shocks take up residence on all four corners. The stock Brembo binders on 14-inch rotors easily get the job done and are nestled comfortably behind the Forgeline SO3S three-piece rollers (20x9.5 front, 20x10.5 rear) decked out in a polished finish. A custom-machined center cap features the '10 SS logo. Pirelli P Zero rubber provide plenty of grip (274/40 R20 front, 305/35 R20 rear) while the Pedders front and rear sway bars keep the Camaro on the level. Urethane radius rod and rear subframe bushings ensure extra cornering support and confirm handling stability.
The interior retains a mostly stock format with only the Hurst Billet/Plus 2 short-throw shifter breaking up the norm. It's an old-school touch that enables Jerry to row through all six forward gears in quick fashion.
Completely happy with the outcome, the only change Jerry would have gone with is to add a houndstooth interior. "I like the idea of combining modern and retro as long as it's done tastefully," said Jerry. "Overall, I think Chevy did a great job with the fifth-gen Camaro-Berger just made it better."