Justin McCubbins' 2002 Camaro




Justin's car came to us absolutely bone stock down to the air filter. We designed the kit to fit his needs, while making the system very simple, easy to work on, and cost effective. We added a set of hardened pushrods, and a set of Patriot dual valvesprings and the only mod's to the engine. The turbo kit is exactly the same as priced above, and it uses a 67mm turbo for this application.



Engine: Stock 5.7L V8
Management: Stock
Fuel System: 60lb/hr Injectors
Transmission: Stock
Turbo: Precision PT67 Turbo
Wastegate: Tial 38mm
Blow Off Valve: Tial 50mm
Cooling Fans: Flex-a-Lite Dual Pushers
Intercooler: 3" Fast Track Performance Intercooler

Modifications:
Fast Track Performance Custom Turbo kit
AEM UEGO Wideband O2 Air/Fuel Gauge
Autometer Sport-Comp II Boost/Vacuum Gauge
Single 3" Off-Road Exhaust with Dynomax Bullet Muffler



Underbody pictures of turbo kit:



Clerance on hot piping to k-member:



Hot side only on mock-up engine:



Front mount and piping with bumper removed



Front mount pre trimming



Aftermarket fans installed



Front mount post trimming






We got the car on the dyno and started the SD tuning. The car was responding very well and shortly after we have a turbo kit that is making full boost (8-9psi) by 3200 rpm. The cars final numbers through the automatic transmission were 546 rwhp and 590 ft lbs. We also went the extra mile and threw a 6 speed transmission in the car, the results with the tune exactly the same, it made 564 and 652. After swapping the stock automatic transmission back into the car we avoided driving the car hard on the street, so that we could take it to the track rental that was coming in the next few weeks.

The car did really well for bone stock car with a turbo kit, supporting fuel, and a set of 17 inch ET streets. I made the first pass in the car to check the fueling going down the track and make sure the car was safe, keep in mind the car had only dyno time due to wanting to save the weak transmission. First pass off the trailor and the car went:

60': 1.92
660': 7.50 @ 100
1320': 11.40 @ 128

The rest of the day we were surprised to get 3 more timeslips that looked identical. Below are 2 videos from the Camaro at the track, there are also other videos from the same day. We were really happy with the car and the transmission lived. The customer plans on adding a converter, and a built transmission and the car will be deep into the 10's for under 10k in mods.