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THE ESSENTIALS
Owner: Serge Leger
Location: Shediac, NB
Vehicle: 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Power: 1400whp with 900lb-ft (est.)

ENGINE
GM 6.0L LSX V8

ENGINE MODIFICATIONS

Turbonetics hybrid 91mm
Twin Turbonetics Duo 35 Blow-off Valves
Twin Turbonetics RG 45 Wastegates
Twin Spearco cores with custom end tanks
Vibrant Piping used was all 304 stainless
Custom 5-inch downpipe
Custom 3-inch dual exhaust
Custom aluminum sheet metal intake manifold
Custom exhaust manifolds
Custom charge piping
Flex-A-Lite radiator and fan combo
Custom stainless coolant piping
Custom transmission and oil cooling radiators and lines
Injectors 2150cc Fuel injector clinic
Aeromotive A1000 (x2)
Aeromotive pro series EFI FPR
Aeromotive fuel controller
Earl’s SS lines
custom fab fuel rail
custom built aluminum fuel cell with scavenger built in

DRIVELINE
TCI custom built 4l80e Transmission and stall torque converter
custom back half Carbon Fiber tub
custom made 4 link trailing arms
factory unibody rails extended and strengthened
Moser 9-inch rear end fabricated to accommodate rear suspension parts
Moser axles
custom driveshaft
shaved holes and smoothed undercarriage ...all painted
QA1 coilovers

WHEELS, TIRES, BRAKES
STRUT 22x10-inch front with 3-inch
STRUT 24x15-inch rear with 7-inch
Pirelli P Zero 265/35R22 front
Pirelli P Zero  405/25R24 rear
Baer 6-piston 355mm all around

INTERIOR
Custom fabricated and reupholstered front seats
Custom fabricated rear seats
Reshaped door panels for speakers
Custom headliner
Custom rear inner quarter panels
Redesigned dash and center console (relocated factory heater and controls)
Auto Meter gauges: fuel, boost, wideband, oil pressure
Imported Italian leather with custom hand stitched (baseball stitch) interior
Custom integrated roll cage with seat belt inserts
Sparco 5-point front harnesses
Sparco 4-point rear seat belt
Carbon by design hood
Carbon by design trunk
Carbon by design radiator cover
Custom carbon panels in trunk, floor, rear tubs etc.
Custom carbon wing (pro stock style)
Custom carbon rear bumper diffuser
Custom Carbon Rear Tub

EXTERIOR
Custom side skirts dropped 1 1/2 front 3 1/2 rear (to accommodate difference in tire height)
Channelled rocker and floor to accommodate side exhaust
Redesigned custom front bumper
Redesigned custom rear bumper
STRUT Carbon fiber Camaro Front Grille
Shaved side markers front and back
Custom PPG Nexa water based black cherry paint

AUDIO & MULTIMEDIA
Pioneer AVIC-Z110BT - Flagship In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with DVD Playback and Built-In Bluetooth
Pioneer Premier:
TS-C720PRS 6.75-inch Component Speaker Package
PRS-A900 4-Channel Bridgeable Amplifier
PRS-D2000SPL Competition-Level SPL Class D Mono Amplifier
TS-SW1201S2|S4 12-inch Shallow-Mount Subwoofer (x4)
ND-BC20PA Rear View Camera with Visual DSP
Apple Mac Mini with 3G and WiFi

SHOUT OUTS:
Pierre LeBlanc: body, interior, carbon, audio
Christien LeBlanc: body
Mathieu Robillard: fabrication, wiring
Jean Pierre Boudreau: fabrication machining
Matt Boudreau: fabrication ,welding
Andre Bourque: research
Serge Leger: paint
Mike Poirier: body

And Top Tuner crew…
Edmund Manasan: media director
Tajai Das: project manager
Serge Leger: production and management

 

 

The driveline was ready to handle all of that torque, but the wheel and tire selection would determine if it could be put down. At first glance, the dark wheels don’t really display their features but under the lights it is obvious the massive lip is made of dry carbon fiber. These custom Strut wheels measure 22x10-inch in the front and a whopping 24x15-inch rear, which the Camaro bodywork does accommodate. Finding rubber for this custom setup was not easy. In fact it is the only one type of rubber in the world that could be used in the rear. The front tire is a common 265/35R22 Pirelli P Zero but the rear tire is a shocking 405/25R24. You don’t see tubbed out setups running a tread tire like this. Peeking from behind the spokes is a custom spec set of Baer 6-piston brakes gripping 2-piece rotors.

6390_1707The style of the ETC Camaro this time around may be more subdued than what we have seen before, but then again the car had did have a valid registration sticker on it. The front bumper was customized to accommodate the massive front mounted intercooler. The rear bumper was also modified and the sideskirts are designed to visually level out the tires and feature an opening for the exhaust tips. A Strut carbon fiber grille was added to the front along with a striking ‘Strut’ emblem to replace the Chevy “bow-tie.” The entire body had been shaved and smoothed before being hit in several layers of PPG Nexa Black Cherry, an innovated water-based paint.

Step inside the interior and there is barely anything recognizably GM. The seats were custom fabricated as were the rear seats before being recovered in imported Italian leather. The fiery red hide is also covering the dash which features a battery of Auto Meter gauges including fuel, boost, wideband and oil pressure. The rest of the interior panels are all custom, including the headliner, door cards, rear quarters as well as the center console.

Pioneer Electronics then stepped into address the multimedia components of the build with their Premier line. At the heart of the system is the AVIC-Z110BT, the flagship in dash navigation, Bluetooth and DVD system. The signals are fed to a TS-PRSD2000SPL Premier mono amp which drives the single 12-inch shallow mount TS-SW1201S2 Premier sub. The mids and highs are amped up by a PRS-A900 4-channel Premier amp powering up four TS-C720PRS 6.75-inch Premier components. To cap off the system a back up cam was added in addition to an Apple Mac Mini with WiFi and 3G internet connectivity.

It is safe to say that team ETC has definitely migrated from the Sport Compact scene and is now playing with old boys club at SEMA – the sort of club where builds take years to complete and have 6-figure budgets. Leger’s total investment in this build was 3800 man hours and $320,000, and it was our duty to show how that it was much more than skin deep.