2010 Camaro 2SS/RS manual 6-speed with ZL1 bodykit (All OEM factory) Own a LS3/TR6060 powered Camaro and save a few...
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2010 Camaro 2SS/RS manual 6-speed with ZL1 bodykit (All OEM factory) Own a LS3/TR6060 powered Camaro and save a few bucks! 66,935 miles with a rebuilt title due to minor water intrusion. Full rebuild documented on Youtube and fully transparent to all the work that was performed and issues that were resolved.I have put nearly 6,000 trouble-free miles on this car. Title is rebuilt and completely legal to register and insure. Every electronic component in the vehicle has been gone through and repaired or replaced with OEM components. While the...
https://youtu.be/DUJ-910_FoQ Disclaimer: This modification is at your own risk, we do not take responsibility for any loss of warranty, insurance coverage or injuries related to this modification. This is a quick how-to guide on the removal of a 2010-2011 Camaro steering wheel and airbag assembly and how to install a 2012+ steering wheel and airbag assembly. The following is required to do this modification: 2012+ Camaro Steering Wheel: All models interchange (LS/SS/ZL1) https://www.gmpartsgiant.com/oem-chevrolet-steering_wheel.html?Make=Chevrolet&Model=Camaro&Year=2012&Submodel=Coupe&Filter=() 2012+ Camaro Airbag Unit: 23170890 or interchange Tools: - 10mm Deep Socket - T50 Torx Bit -...
Camaro gets worked on in the new shop! Oil cooler gets fixed along with a bunch of other small mechanical bits. Shop Build Video: https://youtu.be/-BZLWyIKilo Shop Completed/Update video: https://youtu.be/3J0zvm5gNdI
The front end is back! The SS is put back together and looking like a car again. I go over briefly the rebuildable titling process and drop a big teaser. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMKEFnCTXqg
https://youtu.be/WSs4Pqjkd3k We get serious about getting all the little stuff done to get the car registered and on the road. The bodyshop gets less serious.
We get the AC chilly again (partially), get the exhaust finalized and throw on a surprise. For all intents and purposes, the mechanical stuff is done! https://youtu.be/ZmJRZ9qPBkI
Whole bunch of more things fixed on the Camaro SS. I solder in a new replacement body harness to resolve a few CELs, replace the EVAP Solonoid and start mounting up the Competition exhaust. https://youtu.be/DY-4ZXMag4A