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This is a discussion on Work within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; So I have a 2002 camaro and wanting up grades. I have done exhaust and cold air intake... I am ...

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    So I have a 2002 camaro and wanting up grades. I have done exhaust and cold air intake... I am currently deployed to afghanistan but I want work done to my car... I want power and know imma have to pay for it what should I do?

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    imho.

    I'd start with sub-frame connectors, move on to the suspension, tranny and a good rear end, then power adders..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    imho.

    I'd start with sub-frame connectors, move on to the suspension, tranny and a good rear end, then power adders..
    +1. You're better off to build the car to handle the power first, then add the power. You'll save a lot of time and headaches - you won't be breaking things and having to fix them. It's not what most people want to hear, but it is the best way to effectively build a faster, more powerful car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    imho.

    I'd start with sub-frame connectors, move on to the suspension, tranny and a good rear end, then power adders..
    Quote Originally Posted by Knight View Post
    +1. You're better off to build the car to handle the power first, then add the power. You'll save a lot of time and headaches - you won't be breaking things and having to fix them. It's not what most people want to hear, but it is the best way to effectively build a faster, more powerful car.
    Agreed, build the car to handle the power first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    Agreed, build the car to handle the power first.
    I also agree... I learned that the hard way.

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    I also put my vote in for suspension.

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