It was already quick by that point but it took a 150 shot nitrous in order to get it to the nines. However, the sixth generation Camaro comes with some limitations as well. A lot of the aftermarket parts aren’t available yet which includes things like throttle body, final drive, and torque converter along with rear axles which are still in stock.
Furthermore, this car really needs some beefed up rear axles. The car launched really hard on the third run of the day and this caused an axle half-shaft to snap. When it does get a beefed-up rear axle, one can only imagine how fast it will go.
In other news, the upcoming ZL1 Convertible and Coupe were spotted on various occasions but earlier this week, a mysterious prototype was spotted. A Camaro6 forum member managed to catch it on camera and it seemed like the vehicle was enjoying some test miles while being driven in San Diego.
From the looks of it, the car should appear to be a 1LE handling package but it certainly looks different. The prototype sports larger brakes, rear blade instead of wing and a front splitter. Furthermore, the ride height appears to be lower.
Stay tuned for more updates on Chevrolet Camaro!