So will the Cherry Bomb creation light the way for a new trend, or is it a flash in the pan? It's too early to tell on the basis of styling points, but we do know that guys are getting pretty sick of cars that just sit around. The "Disturbing The Peace" Camaro is designed to be driven hard and often, and that's a trend that is already taking hold.

Paul Banks, 33 • Loudon, TN • Built by YearOne, Braselton, GA
Type: GM LSX 427ci V-8
Block: GMPP, LSX
Compression ratio: 9.5:1
Bore x stroke: 4.125 x 4.000
Rev limit: 7,000 rpm
Oiling: Melling high-volume oil pump,
Autokraft 6-quart oil pan
Rotating assembly: Callies forged crank,
Callies H-beam rods,
Mahle forged pistons
Cylinder heads: Mast Motorsports
"Black Label" rectangular-port LS7,
six-bolt, CNC-ported, 12-degree
Camshaft: Mast custom three-bolt core
hydraulic roller,
234/254 degrees duration
at .050-inch lift, .
648-/.676-inch lift
Valvetrain: Mast 2.200-/1.600-inch valves,
LS7 rockers arms,
3/8-inch one-piece
chromoly pushrods,
GM CTS-V "Caddy" lifters, .
700-lift dual nitrided springs,
titanium retainers
Induction: Blower Shop 8-71 supercharger
and Hillborn bug-catcher,
Gates 4-inch cogged belt,
3 percent overdriven
Intercooler: custom air-to-water with
Hogan aluminum intake
and custom reservoir tank
Heat exchanger: twin Hayabusa
motorcycle units,
front mount with remote
Meziere transfer pump
Exhaust: duh! Cherry Bomb 4-inch
glasspack side pipes,
3-inch dual exhaust,
Vortex mufflers,
and custom electronic cutouts
Headers: 17/8-inch long-tube,
custom built by YearOne,
3-inch collectors
Fuel system: Aeromotive regulator,
twin Holley 255hp in-tank pumps,
65-lb/hr Bosch injectors
Ignition: GM Smart coils,
Mast M-90 WBO2 controller
Cooling: Be Cool radiator,
Edelbrock mechanical water pump
Accessory drive: Gen IV F-body with custom
Innovators West balancer
Engine management: Mast Motorsports
M-90 drive-by-wire with
wideband ECM package
Output: 830 hp with 10 pounds
of boost and 93 octane
Built by: Horace Mast of Mast Motorsports
Transmission: American Powertrain-prepped Tremec T56 Magnum
Clutch assembly: American Powertrain dual-disc Atomic Twin ceramic
Driveshaft: American Powertrain, 31/2-inch diameter, DOM steel
Rear axle: Moser 12-bolt with 3.73 gears and Auburn differential
Front suspension: Detroit Speed
and Engineering,
hydroformed subframe member,
C6 steering knuckles, coilovers,
DSE tubular upper and
lower control arms,
DSE splined swaybar
Rear suspension: Detroit Speed
and Engineering Quadra Link,
coilovers, DSE mini-tubs
Steering: Flaming River column,
AGR rack-and-pinion conversion
Brakes: Baer 6P six-piston calipers,
14-inch discs, front;
four-piston T4 calipers,
13-inch rotors,
rear; Hydratech
Hydra Boost assist,
Wilwood master cylinder
Wheels: prototype slot mag by YearOne,
18x8, front; 18x12, rear
Tires: Nitto, 245/40R18 NT555, front;
345/30R18 NT555-R Extreme Drag, rear
Gauges: custom, by Redline
Seats: ProCar recovered by YearOne
Rollbar: six-point custom, mild steel
Shifter: American Powertrain, billet Hurst
handle with reverse lockout button
Stereo: Alpine
Air conditioning: Vintage Air Gen IV Magnum
Steering wheel: Grant Classic Cruisin'
Wiring: custom by YearOne
YearOne build crew: Mark McDonald,
Johnny McDonald, Tony Rowe,
Jimmy Kerlin, and Kevin Orr
Paint by: T&T Paint and Body, Cleveland, GA