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The SEMA Technology Transfer Program has expanded its offerings of data files to include the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. Data is available for both the V6 and V8 Camaro and includes engine, drivetrain, exterior body panels, suspension assemblies and other vehicle components available upon request.

SEMA members can access the data by visiting www.sema.org/techtransfer.

SEMA’s Technology Transfer program is a data-sharing initiative between automakers, SEMA and its members. The program’s intent is to alleviate the necessity for reverse engineering and allow manufacturers to concentrate on product development. The information available through the program is exclusive to SEMA-member manufacturers.

Visit www.sema.org/techtransfer to see the automakers currently involved and view the available data. Program data is always expanding, so if you don’t see something you need, e-mail a request to: techtransfer@sema.org.

For additional information, contact Gary Pis at garyp@sema.org or Oscar Muñoz at oscarm@sema.org.