Transform your ride with Razzi Ground Effects Packages. They aren’t soft and rubbery like other ground effects packages that are made out of urethane plastic (which are very hard to paint and difficult to install). The Aero-Flex ABS Ground Effects Packages are more rigid, like fiberglass but don’t crack like fiberglass parts do. Also, parts made out of fiberglass are usually very poor fitting when compared to Aero-Flex parts. Razzi’s parts are commonly referred to as the “best fitting” parts in the ground effects industry, according to MS Performance. Aero-Flex isn’t a urethane or fiberglass material. The accurate description of Aero-Flex is that it is a “co-extruded ABS composite plastic” material—a very high-tech plastic. Cost: unpainted $725, painted $1,125.
“The most powerful, biggest, baddest, best-looking, highest horsepower potential … and coolest” PD Camaro supercharger kits are now available from Kenne Bell. These huge 2.8L, 3.6L, or 4.2L superchargers, coupled to the exclusive Kenne Bell Mammoth 4½-inch inlet system, dwarfs the competition. Since only cool, dense, outside-the-engine-compartment ram-air is inhaled, these kits produce another 30-50 hp over others. Short, low-restriction high-rpm runners guarantee maximum midrange and top-end horsepower. Optional (patent pending) liquid cooled is available for all kits. It has up to a 1,500hp rating with top-mount rear inlet for maximum efficiency. The exposed design supercharger allows cooler operation. No covers, manifolds, or intercoolers to heat-soak the supercharger, so you won’t mistake this beast for an intake manifold, and all kits fit under the stock hood—that means huge horsepower potential. All components are over engineered to support up to 1,500 hp.
Going fast—literally and figuratively. Founded in 1925, Berger Chevrolet is celebrating over four decades of modifying and selling special Camaros with a limited-edition ’11 Berger SS Camaro. Fourth-generation Berger family president, Matt Berger, says, “Last year’s introduction of the finest and most exciting Camaro Chevrolet has ever produced has renewed our enthusiasm for one of the most famous muscle cars of all time. The response to our ’10 Berger SS was outstanding.” Berger continues. “The Chevrolet Camaro has always been a very special car to all of us at Berger as well as our fellow Bow Tie enthusiasts. We have now been selling, upgrading, and building factory- and Berger-edition Camaros since the car’s debut in 1967.” Each car is sequentially numbered; the cost for the Berger package starts at $21,730, plus the price of the ’11 Camaro SS.
Boost your ’10-11 Camaro SS to tire-shredding horsepower and torque with a Lysholm 2300 Twin-Screw Supercharger System. The complete bolt-on system boosts stock vehicles to 580 hp and 541 lb-ft of torque at the redline. Fuel management includes a programmer, fuel rails, high-flow fuel injectors, and braided stainless steel fuel hoses. MSRP is $6,950.95, which includes an optional three-year/36,000-mile powertrain limited warranty.
The Lysholm 2300 is capable of supporting more than 700 hp on modified vehicles with custom tuning. A tuner kit is available for customers supplying their own tuning and fuel components. MSRP is $6,295.95.
Systems include an integrated air/water charge cooler, high-flow cast aluminum air inlet, integrated bypass valve and actuator, and roto-molded airbox to retain OEM hydrocarbon trap (required for 50-state smog certification). The Lysholm 2300 with included six-rib pulley produces 7-9 psi at the redline. The twin-screw design provides maximum low-end torque, and far greater efficiency and horsepower gains compared to roots-type blowers.
Street Trends has been the ultimate source for late-model Chevrolet Caprices and Impalas for over a decade. Now they are aiming at the ’10-plus Camaro. Street Trends is a one-stop shop for all of your fifth-gen needs. From air ride suspensions to custom floor mats, superchargers, and big brake kits they have you covered. Call or email them for special package pricing.
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