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Gorgeous 1975 Chevy C10 To Be Auctioned in Memory Of Custom Car Builder Mark Cain

Marc Cain died of complications of ALS shortly after the 2016 SEMA Show

Lyon McClenahan of the Finish Line Speed Shop built a C10 truck to memorialize friend Marc Cain

If you’ve seen a vehicle that’s been on display at the SEMA Show, whether online, in the pages of a magazine, on televisions, or perhaps even in person, then you know that these customized rigs are among the finest creations from the most creative builders from across the country.

And while we’re sure that at least once or twice you’d wished that you could drive one of the vehicles on display, here’s your opportunity to actually own one and help a great cause at the same time.

That’s exactly the opportunity that Lyon and Jennifer McClenahan of Finish Line Speed Shop in Bremerton, Washington, want to provide you. According to Lyon, "We built the truck in honor of a good friend and local custom car builder Mark Cain who lost his battle with A.L.S. shortly after we returned from SEMA 2016. The truck will be auctioned off this spring with proceeds going to A.L.S. research in Mark’s honor."

AIRRAID U-Built-It kits provide all the straights and turns a builder would need to make an intake

Under the hood is a 5.3L LS motor drawing air through an AIRAID U-Build-It Master Kit

The 1975 Chevrolet C10 truck debuted at the SEMA Show in 2016 in the Covercraft Car Covers booth in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, about as prominent a location as you’ll find. Upon learning of the upcoming auction and examining the truck up close, Street Muscle Magazine wrote, "So what can the new owner expect from this beautiful truck? The list is long, for sure, but it will be a vehicle that you’ll cherish."

That long list includes a PorterBuilt Fab front Dropmember with AccuAir ENDO-VT E-Level Ride Management system, VIAIR Compressors and Dominator 2600 air bags front and Dominator F9000 rears. According to Lyon the truck, "Lays frame when aired out, about 12-inches." Rear suspension is also by PB Fab, using their four-link kit, while QA1 shocks all around handle damping duties.

Under the hood is a significantly more modern 2006 5.3L LS V8. Bolted to the back of the LS is a Chevy 4L65E driving a 12-bolt fitted with a Detroit Truetrac LSD wrapped by a 3.73:1 ring and pinion. Intake air is channeled through an AIRAID 101-302 U-Build-It Master Kit directly into the AIRAID 200-512-1 PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer, which is designed to increase part-throttle torque and improve mid-range power. The spacer utilizes a unique, patented Helix Bore to spin the incoming air charge as it passes through the throttle body spacer. This increases the velocity of the intake air and improves atomization of the air/fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. Spent gases are moved from the engine compartment by a Hedman C10 LS Swap Ceramic Coated Header with Stage 8 Locking Header Bolts.

POWERAID Throttle Body Spacers are manufactured from Aircraft Grade Billet 6061-T6 aluminum

The unique "Helix Bore" design of the POWERAID spacer creates a spinning action of the incoming air

Inside the cab, the driver controls the C10 via a CON2R custom steering wheel with a Finish Line Speed Shop logo in the hub, which is mounted to a tilt column and shifter assembly from Ididit. Covercraft Floor Mats created unique floor mats and a dash mat with the Strike Out A.L.S. ribbon. Keeping driver and passenger (even more) cool is a Vintage Air HVAC system. While the seats remain the OEM bench, they’ve been re-covered and feature suede inserts with Rostra seat heaters.

Tunes are blown out through a Bluetooth controlled head unit via a KICKER IQI interface. A custom enclosure behind the bench seat houses three eight-inch subwoofers powered by a dedicated amplifier, while upper registers are handled by two sets of 6.75” speakers mounted in the doors and powered by a four-channel amp, all courtesy of Kicker. On the inside DEI Boom Mat sound deadener and insulating were installed throughout the cab to keep the tunes in and road noise out.

Under the cover is the compressor and pressure tank for the air ride system

The trunk cover assembly in the bed was created from the two edges of a C-10 hood

More interior details include custom pinstriping on the glove box, ash tray, H3 Performance Fire Extinguisher and inner front fender filler panels with House of Kolor striping paint by the talented Ron Wall of Off The Wall Kreations.

Vital information is provide to the driver via a Dakota Digital HDX gauge cluster, while a Rostra Precision backup camera is cleverly embedded in the rear view mirror.

You hardly need to tilt your head to spot the Centerline Smoothies wheels, perhaps one of the most attention-getting components on the truck. With 22” x 9” all around wrapped with 265/35R22 Toyos in the front, and 285/35R22 Toyos in the rear to say they make a statement is, well, an understatement.

A feature that Lyon is particular proud of is hidden in the bed of the truck. Lyon describes it as a “notch cover in bed of truck, which was fabricated out of two square-body Chevy truck hoods put together for a hinged cover we refer to as the Trunk.” Describing the trunk, Lyon said, “It uses the factory hood latch assembly and has another tailgate handle in the bed floor riser that releases the latch assembly. The tailgate must be in the down position to see the handle and the fuel filler.”

The time and date of the auction has yet to be set but AIRAID will keep you up to date

The customized C10 will be auctioned to benefit resaerch into Amyotrophic Laterals Sclerosis (ALS)

Of course it’s the outside appearance that first draws the attention of the crowds. According to Lyon, “All trim, bumpers, mirrors, handles etc. were blacked out and the side trim, wheel moldings, and door handles had the center groove brushed aluminum finish.”

There’s always plenty of attention and admiration wherever the truck is parked, perhaps as much for its paint as any other feature. The paint comes from the world-renowned House of Kolor, with S2-LE03 Blood Orange over KD3004 Red Sealer and BC26 White with Ice White Pearl side covers.

To complete the package and make it auction ready, there’s a custom billet badge of the Strike Out A.L.S. ribbon mounted to the tailgate. A fitting tribute to a good friend to many, who was never too busy to help out on someone else's project.



S197 Ford Mustang GT Owners Get Horsepower and Torque Boost with an AIRAID Air Intake

S197 Ford Mustang GT Cold Air Intake - AIRAID 452-304 MXP System

S197 Ford Mustang GT Cold Air Intake - AIRAID 452-304 MXP System

In order to capture a slice of the burgeoning "Baby Boomer" market, Ford's General Manager Lee Iacocca decided to create an affordably priced "youth oriented" coupe, complete with an a la carte options list (a first in the "low priced" segment). To create a buzz for their innovative little 'Mustang', Ford launched the biggest media campaign the automotive world had ever seen. When it finally went on sale (April 17, 1964), buyers responded to the hype by snapping up nearly half-a-million Mustangs in the first calendar year. 40 years later, those 20-something Boomers were now 60-something. So Ford decided to pander to their pension-funded sense of nostalgia, while simultaneously trying to attract younger buyers to the Mustang line. The result was the 2005-2009 S-197 Ford Mustang. And it not only helped to bring a whole new audience into the showrooms, but it almost singlehandedly reignited the infamous Detroit muscle car wars. And if you need some help fending off those pesky Camaros and Challengers, AIRAID has an S197 Ford Mustang GT cold air intake that'll do the trick.

To make a performance splash, the 2005-2009 Ford Mustang GT was fitted with an all-new 4.6L modular V8 engine. The blue oval engineers gave it a special intake system that could vary the air velocity to increase the horsepower and torque depending on the RPMs. The AIRAID 452-304 MXP high performance intake system is designed to maximize the effect of the 4.6L charge motion control valve system, by delivering a much higher volume of cold air than the OE Ford Mustang intake system can provide. It does this by replacing the restrictive air box with a high-flow AIRAID SynthaMax performance air filter that's surrounded by a unique molded cold air dam. The wide-angle intake tube is also made from the same high density polyethylene material, which is almost completely resistant to heat soak. This means the air charge will remain cool, even as the engine temperatures rise.

Add more ponies to your 2005-2009 Ford Mustang GT or S197 Mustang Bullitt with an AIRAID MXP Intake

Add more ponies to your 2005-2009 Ford Mustang GT or S197 Mustang Bullitt with an AIRAID MXP Intake

With the air temperature well controlled, the multi-layer AIRAID Ford Mustang 4.6L performance air filter can remove contaminants from the air, and store them inside the non-woven synthetic material. Thanks to this 'depth loading' design, airflow won't be reduced by a layer of dirt. This dirt will remain inside the filter, until it is time to clean the filter, at 50,000 miles (depending on road conditions). At that point, you can simply wash it out and keep going. All the oxygen-rich air this Ford Mustang performance intake system provides, can then be used by the 4.6L modular V8 to extract more power from the fuel, by burning it more completely. However, the AIRAID 452-304 MXP high performance intake system is a 'Race Only' system, and must be accompanied by an appropriate 4.6L ECU tune. This will adjust the cam timing, spark timing, and modify the fuel/air mixture to work with all of the additional oxygen that this AIRAID S-197 Ford Mustang cold air intake will provide. The actual horsepower and torque improvements will depend on the specific tune that you use, along with the modifications and condition of your 2005-2009 Ford Mustang GT or 2008-2009 Ford Mustang Bullitt.

An AIRAID 452-304 MXP High Performance Intake System installed on an S-197 Ford Mustang GT 4.6L

An AIRAID 452-304 MXP High Performance Intake System installed on an S-197 Ford Mustang GT 4.6L

The AIRAID 452-304 is designed for the following vehicles:

2009 FORD MUSTANG GT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning
2009 FORD MUSTANG BULLITT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning
2008 FORD MUSTANG GT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning
2008 FORD MUSTANG BULLITT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning
2007 FORD MUSTANG GT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning
2006 FORD MUSTANG GT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning
2005 FORD MUSTANG GT 4.6L V8 Fuel Injection - Race Specific, Requires Custom Tuning



AIRAID Makes a Bolt-On Air Intake System for 1991-1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ 2.5L

1991-1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ 2.5L Cold Air Intake System - AIRAID 312-176 CAD Intake

1991-1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ 2.5L Cold Air Intake System - AIRAID 312-176 CAD Intake

By the early-1980s, American car buyers were starting to value comfort and style more than outright function. This shift in taste hit AMC's Jeep Division particularly hard, and their legendary Jeep CJ7 off-roader was starting to languish on dealer lots. Since the company desperately needed to regain market share, they wisely decided to create a new 4x4 that people might actually want to buy. The result became known as the Jeep Wrangler YJ, and it drew immediate ire from Jeep loyalists over its "flashy" styling and perceived "softening" (the Wrangler YJ didn't have as much ground clearance as the CJ-7, and the suspension was tuned for better on-road behavior). Nevertheless, the plucky little planet rover proved itself to be just as capable as its predecessor, and Chrysler's marketing muscle helped to attract younger, more affluent Wrangler buyers. Many of these customers however, didn't buy the YJ Wrangler for its off-road capability. So to them, the standard AMC 2.5L engine worked just fine in the city, or cruising down the beach. But if you want to get more power out of your 1991-1995 Jeep Wrangler 2.5L (w/o ABS), an AIRAID 312-176 Cold Air Dam performance intake system can provide the extra torque you're looking for.

Whether you're driving to work, or driving over a dead tree in the middle of the woods,

your Jeep Wrangler 2.5L relies on outside air to burn the fuel inside the motor. It comes in through a small hole at the bottom of the air box, then the air is forced through a layer of dirt that collects on the surface of the paper Wrangler YJ air filter. Not only does the air box restrict airflow, those 'surface loading' filters further reduce the amount and velocity of air that reaches the motor. This results in lost power. An AIRAID 312-176 Cold Air Dam intake is designed to increase horsepower and torque by reducing these restrictions. It does this by replacing the OE air box with a high-flow AIRAID SynthaMax air filter, surrounded by a rugged self-sealing Cold Air Dam. When the hood is closed, it rests on a rubber gasket that prevents hot engine air from reaching the oversized AIRAID performance air filter. This cold air chamber is positioned to direct a much higher volume of cold air into the intake. But first, that air has to be cleaned.

An AIRAID 312-176 Cold Air Dam Performance Intake System installed on a Jeep Wrangler YJ 2.5L

An AIRAID 312-176 Cold Air Dam performance intake system installed on a Jeep Wrangler YJ 2.5L

It doesn't matter where you drive, there will be dirt particles in the air. To stop them from reaching your motor, an AIRAID SynthaMax performance air filter uses two distinct layers of synthetic material. The first is made from needlefelt polyester, and it's designed to stop large dirt and debris in wet or dry conditions. The second/inner layer of wet-laid, chemical bonded rayon and polyester traps fine dust, and other contaminants that may be too small to see with the naked eye. This low restriction material provides unparalleled airflow, because the dirt stays trapped inside of the material, instead of on the surface. Plus, you won't have to clean it for up to 50,000 miles (depending on road conditions).

Once the air has been cleaned, it passes into a low restriction intake tube that has been aerodynamically designed to reduce airflow restrictions and air turbulence. This allows air to travel to the intake and a much greater speed, which improves the fuel and air mixture. Combine the velocity with the additional oxygen molecules in the cold air, and you have a much hotter fuel detonation that results in considerably more horsepower and torque. And since none of the factory emission control components are modified, the AIRAID 312-176 Cold Air Dam intake system is street legal in all 50 states.

The AIRAID 312-176 is designed for the following vheicles:

1995 JEEP WRANGLER 2.5L L4 Fuel Injection - All Models
1994 JEEP WRANGLER 2.5L L4 Fuel Injection - All Models
1993 JEEP WRANGLER 2.5L L4 Fuel Injection - All Models
1992 JEEP WRANGLER 2.5L L4 Fuel Injection - All Models
1991 JEEP WRANGLER 2.5L L4 Fuel Injection - All Models



AIRAID Air Intake Offers Estimated Boost of 8 Horsepower on 2016-2017 Chevy Camaros

The AIRAID 251-332 is designed for 2016 and 2017 Chevrolet Camaros with a 3.6L V6 engine.

The air filter of the AIRAID 251-332 intake is in an air box to protect it from hot engine air

There is no doubt that both the 2016 and 2017 Chevrolet Camaro are high tech in every way. For example, the 2016 Camaro is a smaller car that weighs 390-pounds less than the previous model. It features an aerodynamic exterior and an interior that include rotating HVAC dials rather than a plethora of extra dash buttons so the driver can make quicker adjustments of the climate control. Moreover, the driver can select one of 24 colors to stream through tubes around the radio, door trim, and cup holders, which is a standard feature on the Camaro 2SS and available on the Camaro 2LT. The spectrum of color stream changes depending on the drive mode and offers a pulsing full-color light show when in Show Mode.

The standard steering wheel is wrapped in leather and sports a flat-bottom to permit more knee room for the driver. An optional heated steering wheel is available.

The LT trim includes 18-inch aluminum wheels, LED daytime running lamps, halogen projector-beam headlamps, and a unique grille exclusive to the LT. The RS Appearance Package exchanges the 18-inch wheels for 20-inch wheels, the standard headlamps for HID lamps with LED accents, and the standard grille for a chrome-accented grille with RS badging. The package also adds a decklid-mounted lip spoiler.

The SS trim comes with 20-inch wheels, HID headlamps with LED accents, LED tail lamps, rear stanchion spoiler, functional air vents on the hood, wide grille with integrated brake cooling ducts, a 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine that produces 455-horsepower and 455-lb-ft of torque, a 6-speed manual transmission with Active Rev Matching that anticipates downshifts through throttle blips for smoother shifting, and Magnetic Ride Control™, a magnetic suspension technology that monitors the road surface 1,000 times a second to adjust damper for optimum handling.

The AIRAID 251-332 offers an estimated boost of 8-HP on 2016-17 Camaros with 3.6L V6 engine.

The AIRAID 251-332 intake includes air filter, poyethylene tube, air box, and tuned velocity stack

A 2.0-liter turbocharged V8 engine powers the 2017 Camaro and generates 275-horsepower and 295-lb-ft of torque. The car races from 0 to 60 in 5.4-seconds with manual transmission and 5.5-seconds with automatic. Buyers also have the option of selecting the LT1 V8, which offers 455-horsepower and 455-lb-ft of torque, Direct Injection, Variable Valve Timing, and Active Fuel Management with automatic transmission. This engine races 0 to 60 in 4-seconds with automatic transmission and 4.3-seconds with manual.

The 2017 model also sports a plethora of technology features including Apple CarPlay, a standard 7-inch or optional 8-inch diagonal touchscreen, Android Auto, voice-activated controls, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio, electronic park brake, keyless open and start, and power seats with available memory package.

Optional equipment include wireless phone charging, Heads-Up Display, Bose® premium audio system, and built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi that connects up to seven devices to the Internet.

Finally, there is a myChevrolet Mobile App that allows you to command functions of the vehicle on a mobile device. It permits the user to start/stop the engine, lock/unlock the doors, download destinations to the available navigation system, view diagnostic information, and set parking reminders.

AIRAID is offering the AIRAID 251-332 air intake kit for the 2016 and 2017 Chevrolet Camaro powered by the 3.6-liter V6. The intake offers an estimated boost of 8-horsepower at 4950 rpm.

The kit includes a washable and reusable AIRAID 701-461 universal air filter with a non-woven synthetic SYNTHAMAX® media that features an inner and an outer layer of wire mesh to ensure overall durability. The filter will not deform or collapse under high airflow. The media has two distinct layers of specially designed synthetic materials. The outer layer of synthetic needle felt polyester is designed for wet and dry filtration and captures and holds contaminants. The inner layer of wet-laid/chemical bonded rayon and polyester captures any remaining contaminants while maintaining high airflow and low restriction. The air filter lasts between 30,000 to 50,000 miles under normal driving conditions. The air filter is contained within an air box that includes an aluminum lid that shields it from hot engine air.

The AIRAID 701-461 universal air filter in the AIRAID 251-332 air intake kit.

The 251-332 air intake includes the 701-461 universal air filter with SYNTHAMAX media

AIRAID also offers the 790-558 air filter cleaning kit that is specially formulated to cleanse and recharge the air filter so that it can be used over and over again for the life of the car.

The air intake kit also includes a one-piece roto-molded air box that is specifically designed to enhance the shortcomings of the restrictive factory intake as well as a cross-linked constructed, high-density polyethylene intake tube that has been calibrated using computer-modeling to preserve proper air flow. Also included is a built-in velocity stack that also promotes airflow. The intake is engineered to increase airflow and maintain the proper air-to-fuel ratio.

The intake is designed to bolt on using common hand tools and is covered by No Hassle Lifetime Warranty.

The AIRAID 251-332 Air Intake Kit is designed to fit the following vehicles:

2017 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models



AIRAID Jr. Kit Air Intake Boosts Horsepower and Acceleration on 2010-2015 Chevy Camaros

The 250-715 Jr. Kit has air filter, polyethylene tube, four stainless steel clamps and two couplers.

The AIRAID 250-715 Jr. Kit is designed to boost horsepower on 2010-15 Camaros with a 3.6-liter V6

The 1960s were the decade the muscle cars were introduced. Ever since then car buffs around the world that favor horsepower have been talking about them. The celebrated models are probably well known to all. You don’t have to be a car enthusiast to know about the Chevrolet Camaro, the Ford Mustang, and the Dodge Challenger.

The first generation of the Camaro had its run from 1967 through 1970. The car featured a unibody structure, a separate steel rail subframe, double A-arms to serve as the independent front suspension, solid rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs, drum brakes on all four wheels, and a straight six 230-cubic inch engine that generated 140-horsepower that was mated to a three-speed manual transmission.

More engines were available as options including a 250-cubic inch six that produced 155-horssepower, a 327-cubic inch two-barrel carburetor small-block V8 that offered 210-horsepower, a 327-cubic inch four-barrel carburetor small-block V8 that generated 275-horsepower, and two versions of a 396-cubic inch big-block V8 that produced either 325 or 375-horsepower. Along with those engines was a choice of wide or short-ratio 3 or 4-speed manual transmissions, two automatics -- 2-speed Powerglide or 3-speed Turbohydramatic.

Race buffs could get their hands on the Camaro Z/28, which was unveiled in December 1966. A special high-compression 302-cubic inch V8, which was a combination of the short-stroke cranked 283-cubic inch V8 and the big-bore block 327-cubic inch V8. This engine had a rating of 290-horsepower.

Did that first Camaro perform up to muscle car standards? Car Life Magazine tested an SS-350 in a quarter-mile and it was timed at 15.8-seconds at 89-mph. Motor Trend did its own test and the SS-350 finished the quarter-mile in 15.4-seconds at 90 mph.

In 1969, Chevrolet made some changes in the engines. A 200-horsepower 307-cubic inch small block V8 and a new 255-horsepower 350 replaced the 327.

The real powerful engines were assigned to the COPO. They were a 427-cubic inch V8 with an all-iron big-block that generated an awesome 425-horsepower and an all-aluminum ZL 427-cubic inch V8 that was also rated at 425-horsepower.

The second-generation of the Camaro ran from 1970-1/2 through 1981. Most of the engines that powered this generation were the same as powered the models of the later portion of the first generation. The only change came in the Z/28, which was running on a 360-horsepower high-compression 350-cubic inch LT-1. Car and Driver ran the Z/28 in a 0-60-mph test and it delivered, achieving 60-mph in 5.8-seconds. The magazine also ran it in a quarter-mile and the results were 14.2-seconds at 100.3-mph.

By 1980 Chevrolet, along with the other American car manufacturers, were concerned with fuel economy. As a result, the Camaro was given engines that sipped less gasoline, but also produced a lot less horsepower. The engines included a 115-horsepower 229-cubic inch V6, a 110-horsepower 231-cubic inch V6, that powered Camaros in California, and a 267-cubic inch two-barrel small-block V8 that achieved 120-horsepower. The Z/28 was assigned a 350-cubic inch V8 that produced 190-horsepower while a 305-cubic inch V8 that produced 155-horsepower powered these cars in California.

Fuel economy trumped horsepower for the third-generation Camaros (1982-1992). With the start of this generation the Camaro had experienced a redesign and was smaller. The 4-cylinder engines included fuel injection for the first time and were mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission and 5-speed manual transmission. The base model featured a 2.5-liter engine that produced 90-horsepower. Engine options included a 2.8-liter V6 that offered 112-horsepower or a 5-liter four-barrel carbureted small-block V8 that was rated at 145-horsepower. The V8 engine was reserved for the Z28 and buyers of this model could also choose a Cross-Fire Injection (throttle body-injected) version that offered 165 horsepower.

The AIRAID 250-715 Jr. Kit is designed specifically for 2010-15 Camaros.

The AIRAID 250-715 boosts horsepower, acceleration, torque and throttle response on 2010-15 Camaros

1984 saw the introduction of the L69 engine, which was assigned to the Z28. However, a leap in performance was experienced in 1985 when the IROC-Z, named after the International Race of Champions, was introduced.

By 1987 big engines were again powering the Camaros. The four-cylinder engine and the 5.0-liter carbureted V8 were dropped and replaced with a new carbureted 5.0-liter V8 that offered 165-horsepower, which became standard on the Z28.

Dodge started sponsoring the International Race of Champions in 1990. So the IROC Camaro made its last appearance that year. New 2.8-liter and 3.1-liter V6 engines appeared that delivered from 135 to 140-horsepower.

1993-2002 marked the fourth generation of the Camaro. Highlights included the GM 3.8-liter V6 being used as an option on the 1995 Z28. By 1996, it became the only V6 to power Camaros. With the use of this engine, the least powerful 1996 Camaro had more power than the most powerful 1984 Camaro.

Despite the introduction of some of these engines, the limited horsepower provided in comparison to the 1960s models and the country’s concern for fuel economy over horsepower caused the demise of the Camaro.

After an eight-year hiatus, during which Camaro Concept Cars were showcased, the production Camaro returned in 2010 and marked the beginning of the fifth-generation of the car.

New GM engines were used to power the fifth-generation (2010-2015) models including the base LS, midlevel LT and a V8 and the cars resembled the 1969 model. The LS and LT engines are 3.6-liter V6s with direct-injection that produces a head-turning 304-horsepower. The engines are mated to a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic that is available as an option.

The SS model is now the top dog getting a 6.2-liter V8 that produces 426-horsepower and mated to a 6-speed manual transmission or 400-horsepower that is integrated with a 6-speed automatic. The car has been timed 0-60 mph in 6.0-seconds and a quarter-mile time of 14.2-seconds. There is also a 6.2-liter V8 that generates 426-horsepower working with a 6-speed manual transmission or 400-horsepower mated to a 6-speed automatic serving as optional powertrains for the SS. The car powered by this engine achieves the 0-60 in 5-seconds and finishes the quarter-mile in 13-seconds.

For someone who is driving a fifth generation Camaro with a 3.6-liter V6 and looking to increase performance, take a look at the AIRAID 250-715 Jr. kit. Constructed to help boost horsepower and acceleration, the kit is designed to replace the restrictive factory intake system including the intake tube and paper filter, but retain the factory air box.

The AIRAID 250-715 Jr. Kit includes an AIRAID 850-427 washable and reusable direct-fit replacement air filter, a modular, low restriction polyethylene intake tube, four stainless steel clamps, and two couplers. The air filter features a cotton gauze media that is treated with a special grade of oil that makes the cotton strands very sticky.

AIRAID also offers the AIRAID 790-550 Air Filter Cleaning Kit that is specially formulated to cleanse and recharge the air filter so it can be used over and over again for the life of the car.

The Jr. Kit straightens the route and improves the flow of clean air to the engine. It can be installed using common hand tools in about 90 minutes.

The AIRAID 250-715 Jr. Kit is designed for the following vehicles:

2015 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 CHEVROLET CAMARO 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models