First and foremost, I would like to thank Mike Braasch, Todd Braasch, and the entire crew (Vince, Nick, and Jose) of TRZ Motorsports. I believe they have went above and beyond the call of duty when it came to helping me with my 2001 Camaro. It started out as a mild street car with a naturally aspirated 346 LS1/4L60e combo that has been the best of [email protected] @3300 pounds. I was in need of advice and support because the car had stock front suspension and some mild street oriented rear suspension. After speaking with Mike and Todd we decided on Racecraft front suspension with rod ends, a manual rack, TRZ lightweight steering column, Afcos all the way around, Strange brakes all the way around, TRZ antiroll bar (neatest piece in the world), TRZ double adjustable lower control arms, TRZ lower control arm brackets, TRZ moly subframes, a TRZ 10 point moly cage (plus several bars), TRZ nitrous bracket, a Kirkey seat, Racecraft brackets, and a Spaghetti Menders (Thanks Bob) wiring harness with a nitrous controller. Before leaving the shop on Thursday we weighed the car an it came in at 2625 without me and it still had a lot of the stock wiring harness in the car. I believe it should weigh in at 2900 by the time I sit my Five Guys Hamburger eaten ass in the car, install random interior pieces, and fill it up with gas. I still have some stuff to finish including making the stock EFI harness nice, run the wires to the Spaghetti Menders stuff, and work out any bugs. However, here are some progress pictures, and I'm excited to be posting on the Bullet. In the end, I extend my gratitude to TRZ Motorsports.