Detroit Speed – Speed Kit for the 2010 Camaro
The Speed Kit for the 2010 Camaro includes the following
- Front & Rear Drop Springs
• Front Anti-Roll Bar
• Adjustable Rear Anti-Roll Bar
Front Anti-Roll Bar
Improve cornering and reduce body roll with Detroit Speed’s own larger diameter hollow anti-roll bar. Our larger than stock bar, 1-1/8″ (28.5mm) O.D. x .188 wall is powdercoated black and comes with everything you need to bolt it on including greaseable polyurethane bushings. We bend all of our anti-roll bars in-house. This allows us to control quality so you receive the best product for your money.
Anti-Roll Bar Front Endlink Kit
These direct replacement heavy-duty front anti-roll bar endlinks offer adjustability and are stronger than the OEM links. Center tube is black hard coated aluminum.
Front Drop Springs
The Drop springs have an increased spring rate and lower the ride height to give your car a more aggressive stance. They are a direct replacement and retain the factory isolators.
See more info here http://www.detroitspeed.com/2010+F-Body-Products/033021-speed-kits.html
Mooresville, NC – It was a great weekend for the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association’s 10th Nashville Nationals. Kyle Tucker claimed the Pro Class autocross and the Saturday autocross shootout while Tim MCGilton drove away with the Street Machine Class in his DSE “Equipped” 1970 Camaro. Some rain came through and soaked the event for a brief amount of time but didn’t dampen anyones spirit.
The weekend started out with lots of sun and lots of hot rods and muscle cars at LP field looking forward to getting out on the autocross track. Kyle and the DSE 1970 Camaro Test Car wasted no time in laying down some great times and was rewarded by sitting in the top spot of the Pro Class by days end on Friday. The BFGoodrich Rival S tires once again performed flawlessly with consistent grip lap after lap that helped Kyle trim precious time off of his already fast start.
Saturday afternoon was the Pro Class autocross shootout and pitted the top Pro Class drivers in a single elimination bracket. Kyle was able to once again run consistently enough to move through the bracket and come away with the win. DSE friend and customer, Tim McGilton, also ran well all weekend and was rewarded with the Street Machine class victory in his blue DSE “Equipped” 1970 Camaro running on BFG’s.
The Nashville Nationals also had the “Autocross for Kids” program at the show. The “Autocross for Kids” is a wonderful program where Goodguys will take donations that benefit the Austin Hatcher Foundation for pediatric cancer. With a donation you can jump in the passenger seat of any Pro Class car you would like. Kyle’s 1970 was filled throughout the weekend and made for an unforgettable experience for the passengers who have not had the opportunity to witness the raw power of the DSE 1970 Camaro carving cones on the autocross from the inside.
The Detroit Speed team will now head back to Mooresville with a much needed week off to recoup and get ready for the Goodguys Indianapolis show June 5th – June 7th at the Indiana State Fairgrounds as well as the Optima Search for the Ultimate Street Car event at the new NCM Motorsports Park in Bowling Green.
Goodguys Nashville Highlights:
• Kyle Tucker finished in 1st place in the Goodguys Pro Class autocross
• Kyle, riding on BFGoodrich Rival S tires won the Saturday autocross shootout in the DSE 1970 Camaro Test Car
• Tim McGilton drove his DSE “Equipped” 1970 Camaro to victory in the Street Machine class and is now a
Pro Class driver.
Congratulations to Josh Cline on 5 years with Detroit Speed. Josh is a hard worker and has done a lot for the company over these past 5 years. He first started in the shipping department and has grown into playing a big role in the assembly department and is a huge asset for the manufacturing arm of DSE.
Detroit Speed is headed to Music City for the Nashville Nationals May 15-17. Come out and see the #DSE team, our new 3rd Gen F-Body parts and check out the 1970 #Camaro Test Car ripping up the #autocross. Goodguys Rod & Custom is joining the Austin Hatcher Foundation in the fight to erase pediatric cancer this season. Make a small donation to the Austin Hatcher Foundation and get a chance to ride shotgun in one of the test cars! More info here https://www.good-guys.com/nvn-2015
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Detroit Speed Employee Spotlight – Austin Moore
1. Name and Occupation?
Austin Moore – Paint/Body
2. How many years at Detroit Speed?
3. Hometown and State?
4. Favorite Detroit Speed Test Car and why?
The DSE Chevy II, it’s a nice clean hot rod.
5. What do you like best about your job?
It’s what I have always dreamed of doing.
6. What’s your dream car/truck?
My 1968 Dodge Charger.
7. Favorite interest/hobby when not at work?
Buying old signs & bottles, antiquing with my old lady.
8. Favorite movie/movies?
Forrest Gump & Bullitt
9. Pet Peeve?
People that throw trash in a trash can with no bag in it.
10. Favorite quote/best advice to give?
“If you want to achieve some really big and interesting goals, you have to learn to fall in love with hard work” – Steve Pavina
The Detroit Speed 3rd Gen #FBody Test Car is out of the paint booth and over to assembly. As you can see the car has been outfitted with a roll cage and is getting all the new DSE 3rd Gen F-Body products installed. Look for the Test Car out on the street and track at an event near you soon!
Check out our full line of 1982-1992 F-Body parts here!