Shrader Introduces Gen Six Camaro Rear Seat Delete Kit37
A Camaro rear seat delete kit is now available for Chevy’s sixth-generation muscle car courtesy of Shrader Performance, answering the calls of owners truly dedicated to living life
in the fast lane on the track. Shrader specializes in rear seat delete kits for popular performance vehicles and says that its new Camaro product is “finally here after popular demand.”
The most notable aspect of this kit would have to be the weight savings; Shrader claims that deleting the rear seats with its kit will shave about 20 pounds from the vehicle.
Shrader builds its Camaro rear seat delete kit using an ABS plastic platform that’s formed to shape for rigidity and strength. The platform is then covered in black carpeting, which Shrader says matches the factory OEM carpet. The firm also claims it is the only manufacturer to use this exclusive design, and builds all of the units at its facility in Gastonia, North Carolina.
Moreover, we appreciate the fact that this particular Camaro rear seat delete kit maintains the ability for the
rear seat back divider panel between the trunk and cabin to be folded down, and that the support braces under the seats panels are capable of supporting over 100 pounds of cargo.
Those interested in this kit will also be happy to know that, at the time of this writing, it is currently being marked down from $329.95 to $299.95, plus shipping.
In addition to the sixth-gen Camaro rear seat delete, Shrader also offers a rear seat delete kit for the fifth-gen Camaro and for the fourth-gen Pontiac GTO. Other non-GM offerings include kits for the Ford Mustang, Mini Cooper, Fiat, Scion, and Subaru.
Do you track your Camaro? If so, do you plan on getting this simplified bolt-on solution, or would you settle for some simple sheet metal and rivets? Talk to us in the comments section below.
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I considered a ZL1 Camaro but after l sat in one it was way more confining than my 70 Z/28 if like that was possible but somehow GM managed to achieve that. I passed. Nice car, just not interested in driving it. Drove a Challenger, it was a POS but at least it was comfortable.
Seriously? $300. to remove 20lbs aesthetically? By the looks of it, you can probably do this yourself or find a small auto upholstery shop. This is a viable option as the back seats are useless anyway but not for $300.
piss poor visibility for anyone over 5 ft. looking for a used gt 500 instead.
I’m 6’7″ tall and practically sit in the back seat of my 6th gen Camaro. Yeah, some traffic lights can be difficult to see (specifically, the type hung on cables diagonally across intersections). But in those cases, I just stop a little further back. Otherwise, if you’re a competent driver, it’s not the huge deal everyone makes it out to be.
Gene Oisten you have no clue what your talking about, I am 6ft 4in and have no problem with visibility. Quit posting fake news
no offence but bs. I test drove 1 and was the 1st person at the stop light and I had to crane my neck down to see the light. I’ve got an hhr ss panel and it has a similar problem my wife 5 ft has to tell me when its green.
It must just be you. I’m 5’11” and have no trouble seeing out of a Camaro or an HHR. It would be interesting to see how you would handle my MR2 Spyder where I do have an issue at stoplights.
I have to do this in my mustang. To each is own. I thought this posting was about rear seat delete. lmaoo
Take 20 pounds off from on top of the rear wheels. Not a big deal but still 20 less for traction. You want weight off the front to help in the ¼ mile .
Move you battery and set-up the front suspension for weight transfer. 20 – pounds is a tiny fraction of what is needed for drag racing and can always, easily, be added if only temporary.
This is a great option for track cars and 1LE’s.
Battery is already in the trunk of a Camaro.
Or buy a Chevy SS (HOLDEN COMMADOR) like I did and get similar or better performance with pleasant of seating for four and a huge trunk.
A commador would be a decent name for a tool that induces a coma… or something…
How about a ‘Comma’. Better than a “coma”.
All my friends that owns a camaro complaints about the visibility not being all that great. Great cars but some traded for a GT 500.
Perfect. And greatprice. Been nice to have had a link for that product.
I truly love my camaro ss. Their is no way I would trade my camaro for any other especially a Ford.
I have this kit in my 2017 ZL1 and am quite pleased with it. The fit and finish is top shelf and looks as if it were a factory option. it is easily removable if you want to put the seats back to OEM. I have my Halon fire extinguisher mounted behind my center console for easy access.
I asked if I could order my ZL1 1LE without the rear seat. Of course I couldn’t but it came out immediately upon delivery.
My 2000 SVT Cobra ‘R’, came with no back seat, radio, or airconditioning
To shed even more weight and have an edge on the competition, order the Mustang FORD First On Race Day
More like Failures Of R&D……
F’d Over Rebuilt Dodges
Found on Road dead. Fix or repair daily. Flat on race day. And backwards it is driver returns on foot.
Lol chevy falling in third on sales the bowtie is dead and now to copy a mopar idea sad rip camaro you use to be great
I own a Fifty, to me the performance is spot on. The front fascia is as far as I’m concerned the sharpest looking of any model by any manufacturer. I’m 6’4″ tall and yes the lights are hard to see if you are very close to the intersection. I day so what, don’t pull so close. When you sit in the car your in the perfect driving machine for the money. My wife had me look at Challengers the other day. Simply plain, and Mustangs sound like tin cans when you close the door.
I also own a Fifty, 2SS, and it is the best car for the money. You would have to spend another 20K to get the same performance in a Stang. I drove them all and the GT is a dog. I track this car and it is great. I’m 6′ and visibility is not as great as a touring sedan, but not a handicap on the track. The only time I notice the reduced visibility is in traffic turning right on a curbed street it is difficult to exactly judge the curb, as the window sill and fenders are so high.
Might as well delete the seat, you can’t even fit a 5 yr old back there
@Mickey what the heck is a “Fifty”
Exactly, it’s a 50th anniversary edition, never seen one eh
Whiney babies, if you cant see out of the Camaro, no matter the year Dont buy one. My dream is to have a 60s Camaro, a gen 5 or 6. Visibility is last thing I’m worried about, plus I can drive anything.