Chevrolet has quietly rolled out a new upgrade for the Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE. Owners of the car can request a Camaro ZL1 differential flash from Chevy dealers, which will provide faster locking and unlocking from the eLSD. The AutoX calibration was developed on a SCCA CAM-C Camaro SS 1LE last year, driven the General Motors autocross team.
The update is fairly simple. The black box in the trunk of any Camaro SS 1LE, called the Integrated Chassis Control Module (ICCM), receives a flash to control the eLSD and NPP exhaust. All that changes is the eLSD behavior when both the traction control and electronic stability control are disabled. Those who want both flashes can purchase a second ICCM, plug it into the Camaro SS 1LE, and swap between both when needed.
According to our source, the flash’s cost varies by the dealership, but some will do it for as little as $300. The flash does not void the warranty, either. And any dealer can perform the flash now.