Perfect Fit Camaro

Perfect Fit Camaro

2010 Chevrolet Camaro

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The Camaro has a complete Alpine set-up, anchored by the INA-W910 audio/video/navigation (AVN) system. The INA-W910 is an AM/FM/CD/DVD receiver with a 7-inch WVGA motorized display. It comes with built-in HD Radio® and Bluetooth® wireless technology. SiriusXM Satellite Radio service is connected to the system via the SXV100 vehicle tuner. Pandora® internet radio is also available, via the Pandora app on an iPhone®.

The INA-W910 is housed in the new Perfect FIT (Factory Integration Technology) KTX-CMO in-dash kit for the Camaro. This kit, designed specifically for the Camaro (2010 and newer), attractively houses the INA-W910 in the dash while keeping the other factory controls intact. A color touchscreen built into the dash kit controls the heating, vent, and air conditioning (HVAC) controls on the car. The KTX-CMO comes with a specific wire harness to connect the INA-W910 to the car, an antenna adapter, and a General Motors LAN BUS adapter.

The Camaro’s audio system totals 3,200 watts. New X-Power digital amplifiers provide the muscle for the system. Two MRX-M100 amplifiers run the four SWR-T12 12-inch Type-R thin subwoofers. Custom 3-way speaker systems showcase the new Alpine subwoofers and speakers. One SWR-843D subwoofer and oneSPR-50C 5.25-inch component 2-way speaker are used on both the driver and passenger sides of the car. The SWR-843D subwoofer is installed in each kick panel, the tweeters from the SPR-50C are installed in each A-pillar, and the 5.25-inch mids are installed in each door. Each SWR-843D/SPR-50C combination is run by one MRX-V60 4-channel + mono amplifier. An Alpine PXA-H800 IMPRINT audio processor is used to fine-tune the audio system. The corresponding RUX-C800 controller is used with the PXA-H800 for system tuning right from the Camaro’s dash.

Navigation is supplied by the INA-W910, featuring built-in maps of the U.S. and Canada, with over six million Points of Interest (POIs). Lifetime traffic service supplied by NAVTEQ RDS is included. Further adding to the Camaro’s driving experience is the HCE-C300R Active View Rear Camera System. This add-on camera system identifies objects that pose a potential danger when the vehicle is backing up. Red bars form brackets around the object as visual indicators displayed on the INA-W910’s screen. When an object is detected, an audible beeping alert also activates. The HCE-C300R provides four viewing options: Panorama, Rear, Ground (shows how close objects are to the rear of the vehicle), and Corner (shows the car’s rear corners car in a split screen view).

Performance and Exterior Modifications

The Camaro doesn’t disappoint on the performance side either. A Turbonetics C.A.R.B. Legal 76 mm T-Series turbo with six lbs. of boost takes the stock 6.2L LS3 motor up to 560 Hp/537 ft lb TQ at the rear wheels.A Pedders Extreme Xa coilover suspension kit, HRE 22-inch Monoblok P40 wheels and Toyo Proxes tires are up to the challenge of the Camaro’s motor. An upgraded StopTech 15-inch brake kit provides the power to stop this monster. The MagnaFlow cat-back exhaust ensures the audio system is not the only roar in the Camaro. Engine vitals can be monitored right from the dash thanks to the Zeitronix data logging system.

Rounding out the exterior modification are a custom ACS composite hood and front bumper, Fesler Series 2 body kit, custom MV Designz paint job, and interior/exterior logos and panels from Defender Worx. Protecting the Camaro is a DEI 5902 security system and Smart Start remote start system.

Comments

Brad Mower

Brad Mower says:

Super nice car and Alpine system! I like.

Flag Posted on 04/18/2011

Stevedaddy

Stevedaddy says:

I dont like chevy but i would buy this car.

Flag Posted on 10/24/2011

vISUALHype

vISUALHype says:

Whats the point in 2 head units? other than that nice mods.

Flag Posted on 10/30/2011

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