The $45,000 Third-Gen Camaro While scrolling the ‘web on a lazy Friday morning we found a beautiful Third-Gen Camaro for sale on Craigslist, which is nothing out of the ordinary. What’s out of the ordinary about this car is the asking price of $45,000. You read that correct, a whopping forty-five thousand dollars. Not $4500....

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Installing The 1LE Track Pack From Chevrolet Performance When our Shop Manager’s 5th Gen Camaro was finally paid off and out of warranty, the itch to modify the car became too great. “I knew there was a ton of untapped potential with the car and I knew it’s limits. The time came to push the...

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Exhaust Tech: Everything You Need To Know About Catalytic Converters Few parts on a car are surrounded with more mystery and misconception than the catalytic converter. How could it not be? It’s a sealed box with no user serviceable parts, it’s expensive, and has a somewhat generic sounding name? Why do cats cost so much?...

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2017 Camaro GT4.R Released

February 8, 2017

Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R Chevrolet today introduced the Camaro GT4.R – a new-for-2017 and fully race-ready variant of the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro. Built to global GT4 regulations, the Camaro GT4.R is eligible in the IMSA’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (GS category) and the Pirelli World Challenge (GTS class), two of North America’s top GT racing championships, as...

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Tires are just about the biggest limiting factor in any form of racing. The size, style, and treadwear rating all limit how much tire is on the ground and how much it’s sticking to the ground. We try to put larger wheels on there to allow for a larger tire and more surface area touching...

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SEMA 2016 is done and over, after waiting one long year. This show is the epitome of the aftermarket automotive world where people come from all over the world to be at. For the Late Model crowd, SEMA did not disappoint. Slews of Late Model performance cars were on display along with the latest and...

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Camaro Conquers the Quarter-Mile Drag Race Development Program, new COPO Camaro advance drag-racing legacy  PAHRUMP, Nev. – For 50 years, the Camaro and the quarter-mile have stuck together like a drag slick on a well-prepped starting line, and Chevrolet is pushing that winning legacy forward with the new Camaro SS Drag Race Development Program and...

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As 2016 begins to wind down, so does the racing season. This past weekend marked the season finale for the NMCA West Hotchkis Autocross cup. Championships were won and lost during this weekend, bringing lots of action along with it. There was a bit of apprehension with the weather. From the previous weekend it had...

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This weekend the Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge stopped by the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA. It’s hard to beat this venue – there’s action everywhere. Upon entering the grounds we drove by an exotic car racing school, a small track with go karts zipping around, the Andretti racing experience, and the Chump Car...

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As we near the end of the season for Optima’s Search for the Ultimate Street Car, events like last weekend’s NOLA Motorsports Park become even more important. People are battling to be in the top 20 cars to earn that sought after invite to OUSCI in Vegas. One of the smaller events of the season,...

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