If you haven’t seen the pics to this bad boy, check it out. Check out the massive supercharger busting out through the hood. It is reminiscent of old school muscle back in the 60s and 70s with big blowers dominating the scene. The owner of this particular Camaro is Aussie man, Steve Nogas, who dubbed it Killa-B.
What’s powering Killa-B? Well, sitting inside the engine bay is a 632 ci Merlin III with a custom alloy inlet manifold and a huge Littlefield supercharger. Some more modifications installed include Pro-Filer cylinder heads, JBR carbon fiber injector hat, a custom roller camshaft and Crower Hippo lifters. Also, JE pistons, Peterson 5 stage oil pump, custom D&D triple flow alloy radiator and a last but not least, a four-into-one exhaust. That’s what is powering this beast under and above the hood.
Shifting power is provided by a Dedenbear two-speed Powerglide and a differential by Street Car Fabrications. It also has a one-piece moly tail shaft and TCE 2,000 rmp stall converter. On top of that, an AccuAir airbag suspension that levels itself and MacPherson struts in the front, suspension with four bars in the rear along with R&P power steering.
The flashy interior includes leather made from buffalo hide and all new black carpet. The steering wheel is custom wrapped in leather and a B&M Pro Bandit shifter was added. Safety features include a full cage and a Simpson four-point harness.
The exterior is just as extravagant with Boyd Coddington Spectrum wheels sporting a massive 22×8.5 inches in the front and 24×14-inches in the rear. Hankook Ventus 265/35/22 tires wrap the front wheels while Pirelli P Zero 405/25/24 tires in the rear. Paint? It’s a matte black wrap by 3M in the Designer Wrap 1080 Series.
This bad boy was completely custom done. What do you think?