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Discussion in '2001 Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe' started by Lamboextreme, Jan 20, 2003.
All I have to say Cameros got no handless.....
it s just power that's it
From the one person here whos never driven a Camaro.
Funny, coming from someone who talks with a 5 year old accent. What the f^ck do you know??? HONESTLY??? You've obviously never been in one.
They really can't handle too well. This car goes 60 MPH in slalom. The point of this car was for drag racing.
That'd be the Z28, it has softer suspension for drag and to absorb shock, the SS has suspension better suited for a Road Course.
Well....uhhh.......wait...what was it?......Oh yeah....SHUT THE FUHK UP! You realt think this car can't handle? Or should I say handless?
Stock, an SS handles great, but for around $1000 or less I can get the car to pull 1g or better. The reason for such bad numbers goes to the tires, which suck, and the fact the car is a uni-body....meaning it has no frame, and it flexes. If you stiffin it up, you will find a car that boasts better feel then most other top end cars like Ferrari and Porshe. Lower the car 1.5 inches, at subframe connectors, shock tower brace, and upper control arms, and your SS will pull around 1g. Add sticky tires to this combo and the car is glue!! Or should I say VHT for us STRIP FREAKS!! <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/cboardhtml/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
then i guess that means bmw m coupe porsche boxters and S2000 can't handle cosidering the SS beat them around thunder hill race way