2010 Callaway Camaro test mule

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2010 Callaway Camaro test mule

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Cool, there's a 2010 around here running around with a Magnacharger, and I believe SLP, Berger, Tom Henry, and a few others are all using Magnachargers. It's going to be hard these days to distinguish yourself from the rest of the pack running $6000 superchargers!

Can't wait to see how Callaway decides to make Callaway Camaros special. :thumbs
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Re: 2010 Callaway Camaro test mule

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Brangeta wrote:Cool, there's a 2010 around here running around with a Magnacharger, and I believe SLP, Berger, Tom Henry, and a few others are all using Magnachargers. It's going to be hard these days to distinguish yourself from the rest of the pack running $6000 superchargers!

Can't wait to see how Callaway decides to make Callaway Camaros special. :thumbs

Brandon, we receive emails frequently from those who compare our engineered packages to tuner shops. Last week, it was an $8,000 package and all the guy wanted to discuss, was price. Not reliability, not proven track records, not reputations of a facility. Nothing but price.I am very confident they will be sorely disappointed in the shortcomings of their car. And when (not if) it has issues down the road, best of luck :beer
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Re: 2010 Callaway Camaro test mule

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I don't know anything about superchargers, but I'm sure Callaway will always be the one that builds the best. :thumb1
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Re: 2010 Callaway Camaro test mule

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Brandon,

I used to get a good chuckle out of the wording of the Callaway SuperNatural Warranty, but as you would expect from a builder like Callaway, they actually do stand behind their work. It turns out that one of my cars had an issue with the engine (oiling, I think), and Callaway shipped the car back to Old Lyme, completely tore the engine down, and rebuilt it at 9000 miles. They then shipped the car back to the owner, and all at $0000.00 to him.

I don't mind paying a little more for this type of treatment, not to mention the engineering that supports it. Also keep in mind that many people stuffed 427s into Camaros back in the day, but the doccumented pre-COPO Yenko, Nickey, Dana, and BM cars, are the ones with the pedigrees, and fetch the most money these days.

I think that the long term benefit, as well as the engineering is well worth the bang on top of the Magnacharger price.

Chris, any info yet??? The car is still sitting with delivery-only miles.

Anthony
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