With 426 horses under the hood, the 6.2-liter LS3 V8 powering the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro SS keeps up with the competition just fine. German tuning company, DD Customs, recently decided to see how much more power they could squeeze out of the stock engine while also adding a few styling cues and finished with 467 horses and 449 lb-ft of torque.
DD Customs began with a KW version 1 undercarriage conversion to lower the car and improve handling, before trading the factory air filter for a high-flow K&N system and swapping the original fan manifold for one measuring two inches. The catalytic converters have also been traded out and replaced with 200-cell race catalyzers. There are electronically-controlled flaps within the “trick” exhaust system which features four 4.5-inch pipes.
Just for fun, two-tone 22-inch Drewske STC-10 wheels have replaced the original aluminum ones, encased in 265/30 and 305/25 rubber in the front and rear respectively. A carbon fiber cowl, rear aerodynamic diffuser (allowing for the integration of the quad exhaust), and lip spoiler have all been added as well.
DD Customs does not offer a pre-configured package so this is a highly customizable package for Camaro owners.