2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS Runs 204 mph - VIDEO

Chris Coulter drives a Kenne Bell supercharged Chevy to incredible speeds in Texas

Nikolas Kolenich Jan 27, 2014 0 Comment(s)

Fifth-generation Camaros have been around for what seems like years now. That’s just long enough for people to create some amazing videos featuring Chevys doing some amazing things. Case in point, a 204 mph one-mile pass performed by a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Thankfully, those efforts were captured by the Gearhead Flicks crew on video, which we’ve featured here. The car is capable of easily running 200 mph, all thanks to some serious equipment under the hood, which churns out 940 hp and 960 lb-ft of torque.

2010 Chevrolet Camaro Ss Engine Bay 200 Mph Kenne Bell Supercharger 1/10
2010 Chevrolet Camaro Ss Front 3 Quarter Driver Side 200 Mph Kenne Bell Supercharger 5/10

In order to make a 3,500 lb+ muscle car run 200+ mph you need more than a stock engine. The Chris Coulter topped the LS3 in his 2010 Camaro with a Kenne Bell supercharger, and upped the ante with a switch to Methanol instead of traditional pump or race fuel. That takes some serious internal upgrades. The combination also includes a nitrous system; guaranteeing a triple-digit pass. Anyone lining-up against this fifth-gen should be aware there’s serious power under the hood.

2010 Chevrolet Camaro Ss Front 3 Quarter Passenger Side Door 200 Mph Kenne Bell Supercharger 6/10

As usual, we’ve done too much talking already. Make sure to sit back and relax. Oh yeah, make sure to turn up your speakers for this run. It’s pretty epic.

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