2010 Camaro SS HPE650 Detailed

Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) announced today the release of the of their newest interpretation of the 2010 Camaro SS, to prove that "the power tuning always makes sense."

The modifications to the Camaro started with the addition of a new set of free-flowing heads, a custom camshaft and the supporting mods to the vehicle's Magnuson-supercharged LS3 engine, reported.

The result is a 592 rear wheel horsepower monster, which had to receive the necessary adjustments to help it cope with the huge power. The Camaro thus boasts bigger wheels, a and full coilover suspension. The full modifications are listed below:
  • 1-7/8 inch long tube stainless steel headers
  • high flow catalytic converters
  • stainless steel cat-back exhaust
  • upgraded fuel injectors
  • HPE engine management calibration
  • Hennessey & HPE650 exterior badges
  • limited edition serial numbered dash & engine plaque
  • Hennessey premium floormats
  • 2-piece HPE wheel upgrade with Michelin PS2 tires

Last week, HPE released details on the HPE550 Camaro, developing 562 bhp and 557 lb.-ft of torque, more than enough to make it "beam" from naught to sixty in 4.1 seconds. The HP550 will be built in no more than 500 units.

The HPE550 upgrade package gives 2010 Camaro owners the kind of power and performance they want to match the true muscle car look and spirit of the new Camaro,” John Hennessey, company's CEO said.

The HPE650 is the latest from Hennessey, but we can't wait to see what will come from the recent alliance between HPE and California-based C&D Performance. Announced this week, the alliance between the two tuners will allow HPE to expand its business and range of offerings.
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