The Tuning Flood Gates Open as Fesler-Moss Announces Mods for 2010 Camaro

Fesler-Moss 2010 Camaro

Chris Fesler, of Fesler Built fame, and Jon Moss, the former head of the specialty vehicles division at GM, have teamed up to put out some top-notch Chevy Camaro tuning variations. The combined company, known as Fesler-Moss, will operate out of Scottsdale, AZ, and is currently building out their catalog of available performance tweaks for the new 2010 Camaro. The biggest benefits will come via the engine upgrade options from GM which will include the LS3 (430 hp), LS7 (505 hp), LS9 (620 hp), or LSX V8 (up to 2500 bhp theoretically). A Fesler-Moss branded Magnuson Supercharger will also add some extra juice where available. Transmission options include a six-speed gear box or built 4L65E transmission with paddle shifters.

The Fesler-Moss Camaro will come with branded 3 piece billet wheels wrapped in Goodyear tires, a racing suspension system, performance brake upgrade and a larger exhaust system. The vehicle will feature a variety of aero and design tweaks such as a split lower grill, molded in rear spoiler and smoothed lower rear valance. Billet is absolutely everywhere, making its way into the front upper and lower grill, around the driving lights, the side sills and framed around the taillights. The Fesler-Moss Limited Edition 2010 Camaro will be released later this month and will be street legal in all 50 states. No pricing has been set but look for it to quickly skyrocket upwards through the higher bhp engine options.

Source: Fesler-Moss