With the Camaro Convertible just hitting showrooms and the hot ZL1 version on the way, we can’t help but yearn for a ZL1 version of the convertible to come out. So for those who are too impatient to wait around, tuning firm SLP has just unveiled its own version of a convertible ZL1.
As expected, the model is called the Camaro ZL1 SLP convertible, which pays homage to the original 1969 Camaro ZL1. Both the original and new modes feature a 427 cu in, 6.4L aluminum V8. But the biggest difference with the new one is that it will produce a gut-wrenching, yet claimed, 750hp thanks to modern day engineering, a TVS 2300 supercharger pegged at 10 psi worth of boost, SLP rocker arms, Blackwing cold air induction and an SLP tune.
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The results are 0-60 in 4.3 seconds with a quarter-mile passing in 12.2 seconds at 117.2 mph and a top speed limited to 205 mph.
Only 69 will be made for just the 2011 model year. So hurry and scoop yours up soon!
Check out Inside Line’s test of the Camaro ZL1 SLP Convertible after the jumpI.
– By: Chris Chin
Source: Inside Line