Chevrolet Camaro SS ’10

I had this car in the garage for quite a while now and figured I mine as well share it with all of you guys. It looks pretty aggressive, and I love how it has the exhaust out of the side once you put a bodykit on it. Although it has a lot of power it isn’t crazy fast. This is due to the fact that it is a very heavy car. Even after all the weight reduction is still weighs more than many cars do stock. However, this also means that it isn’t very difficult to control. I can easily drive this as hard as possible without any major issues. I don’t even use racing tires as sports soft work fine. They allow for enough grip with a little more fun while driving. It is a rear wheel drive car and the back can step out if you push it too hard, so watch for that. Overall, I really like this car as it is just fun in every way.

Car Chevrolet Camaro SS ’10
Drivetrain FR
Horsepower 735HP/6500rpm
Torque 655.2 ft-lb/5500rpm
Weight 1301 kg
Miles 11.7
Performance Points 634


Best of all parts. I’m using sports soft tires or better.


Downforce 0/20
Weight Balance 0/0
Power Limiter 100%


Set it top speed, gears, final

1st 3.404
2nd 2.364
3rd 1.760
4th 1.374
5th 1.125
6th 0.883
Final 3.233
Top Speed 186mph (300kmph)


Initial xx 10
Accel xx 40
Braking xx 20


Ride Height 90 90
Spring Rate 6.64 11.79
Compression 3 3
Extension 4 4
Anti-Roll 3 3
Camber 0.5 1.5
Toe 0 0.60


Brake Balance 5 5
  • Daniël Willems

    Hey man, have you got any tips on a good starters drift car? I keep spinning out and losing control in my supra RZ and I’m getting quite annoyed by it. Preferably one you’ve already tuned 😛

    Greetings from the Netherlands

    • Search for the Nissan 350z tune. That one was always just enough power, etc to allow for easy drifting. Usually medium power cars are best to learn. I also have a how to drift guide that goes over best ways to drift and best cars to pick.

      • Daniël Willems

        Thanks man, I’ll check it out