"The Roush chassis, on the other hand, is very well calibrated. Even though it lacks the independent rear suspension of the Camaro, the ride is smooth and settled, even on the bumpy back roads that confound the Lingenfelter car. The steering is precise and linear, and the brakes are plenty strong for hard street driving. In serious cornering, the seats also do their part, offering suede-like upholstery in the center and firm side bolsters that are tight enough to constrict drivers weighing north of 170 pounds.
"We haven’t seen many aftermarket body kits that truly improve the looks of a car, but the Roush’s is an exception. The panels are beautifully made and perfectly fitted, the wheels are gorgeous, and the big white racing stripes enhance the car’s screaming-blue paint."
Read the full story: 2010 Lingenfelter Camaro vs. ROUSH Stage 3 Comparisoon (Car & Driver)