2013 Camaro SS Dyno Results | More than just bolt-ons for this Bowtie Chevy
Posted on 03 May 2014
LS3 Headers and Cams from TSP help make this 2013 Chevy Camaro SS a one of a kind powerhouse!
The Camaro SS has been known for quite some time as being one of the leaders in General Motors performance since it's inception in 1967. In stock form, it doesn't compare much to the its faster, better handling big brother, the Corvette Z06. But after a few modifications, they can hold their own on both the racetrack and the street, and provide their owner just as much satisfaction and driving experience and the 'Vette. The owner of the car decided it was time to come in for some Camaro SS Dyno Results!
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Steve A's 2013 Chevrolet Camaro SS has gotten exactly that. The modifications that went into this LS3 powered 5th-gen Camaro SS have been made to attain one goal: make the car more responsive and respected, as well as something that can be daily driven. The results have proven it's more responsive, but will it be respected? Only time will tell. Here are the mods that have been done to this stock appearing Camaro:
- TSP Camshafts - 225/230 112-LSA
- TSP Long Tube Headers
- K&N High Flow Air Filter
- Stock Exhaust
- Tuned on 92 octane
The inclusion of aftermarket cams and headers certainly help this Camaro make more power. The tune was done in-house here at MAPerformance by our tuner Jordan. Considering stock 2010+ Camaro SS's make around 330-350rwhp, the 443whp/418wtq mark is pretty impressive. The SS would benefit from a better induction system or upgraded manifold, and that's something the owner plans on doing in the very near future! Stay tuned to the MAPerformance blog as we continue to cover our Dyno room, sharing unique builds and dyno results in order to provide you with a look at what we do best! Coming soon is a 500whp Evo 8 and a bolted-on Lancer Ralliart!