Just like every other thoroughbred performance engine, the LS3 that comes in every 5th Generation Camaro SS and RS wants to breathe. The restrictive plastic factory intake not only looks dowdy, it also impedes airflow and power. After months of rigorous CAD, flowbench, dyno and real world testing, the airflow experts at Spectre Performance have introduced an all-new ProFab Cold Air Intake for the 2010 Camaro that installs in minutes with basic hand tools, significantly improves both horsepower and torque, and looks great.
The sweeping high-flow intake tube is topped with a Spectre high-flow cotton-gauze hpR Filter, allowing the free-revving LS3 V8 to breathe easier. As a result, the Spectre ProFab Cold Air intake creates an impressive 21 horsepower and 23 lb/ft of torque increase over stock, as well as an overall increase in torque and horsepower throughout the entire RPM range.
The ProFab Intake uses a high-quality mandrel-bent polished aluminum intake tube to smooth, straighten, and increase airflow, a high-flow washable, reusable hpR cotton filter backed by an unlimited lifetime warranty and a laser-cut steel heat shield to block underhood radiant heat. Installation is a snap thanks to a machined slot for the factory MAF sensor, and all necessary brackets, hardware, and complete step-by-step instructions to make installation easy are included.
The Spectre 2010 Camaro Cold Air Intake should cost right around $300.