I have been a fan of Ported Throttle bodies for a long time, overall the age long argument of ‘does this actually give you more power’ is always followed behind discussions of products like these. Well today not only do I show you how to install this easy and fairly inexpensive upgrade, but I also got Dyno results to help prove out that this addition should not be over looked in your quest to a fully stage 1 car.
Join me as I install a Mishimoto Catch Can on my 2016 Camaro SS. This catch can works alongside the already built in system to avoid oil getting into your intake/manifold/valves etc. For the price, this is one of the best investments you can do for your car.
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I am working with the guys at BBK around some cool toys for our 2016 Camaro SS, that being said we did a few early base line runs to see how the car pulled in 3rd, 4th, and 5th gear. It seems 4th gear is the way to go for dyno’ing this beast.
This Dyno is what it is, no adjustments for elevation and not overly happy settings.
Overall the mileage on the car had just rolled over 1,000 and the car is 100% bone stock. I plan to do a few new runs with a Ported Throttle Body and Intake soon.
I take my 2016 Camaro SS to the streets to see how she sounded while in Tour mode, Sport mode, and Track mode. Overall the NPP option offers the ability to select the tone of your car at any given moment. Tour mode offers a more silent start-up while track mode is bawls to the wall sound.
I swapped my reverse lights and crafted a quick and dirty guide with my GoPro. Overall this swap isn’t that simple if you want to avoid the glowing LEDS of death. You will need a harness with an inline resistor on one side to eliminate the glow.
I have listed both the lights and the harness I used below the video.