Links to Impala SS Related InformationValuable links to
other web sites with information that may be of interest to the Impala owner.
Please mail me any other links that you feel
would be appropriate for this page or if you find any error in the links on this
Index of Links to Other Impala Information:
Regional NAISSO Chapter Home Pages
Personal Impala Pages
Aftermarket Vendors and Products
has their own home page which allows you to get personalized car care info for
your Impala. Meguiars is a leading wax recommended by many Impala owners.
- ISSQR is a
complete Impala SS database / maintenance tracking solution written by a club
member. He only asks for a small donation. Please check this out! It contains
all kinds of part number and TSB information
- B&B / Triflow offer a
stainless T304 exhaust system for the Impala.
- Mallory Billet Products
currently makes custom throttle body cover plates, and will be developing more
items for the Impala soon.
- Evergreen Performance is
the place to get aftermarket performance equipment for your Impala.
Talk to John Levitz to get the
straight scoop on what works, what doesn't, and Impala performance advice.
They also offer great deals to NAISSO members!
- You can request
a catalog or use the JC Whitney
On-Line catalogs for a wealth of neat stuff for the Impala.
Corporation carries a full line of camshafts, heads, intakes, and other
items for the Impala SS.
- I've found Mother's Wax to give my
Impala a great shine.
- Truppi-Kling builds high
performance engines for the street. Mike Truppi is a member of the f-body
mailing list and can usually get great deals for members.
- Here's a fairly comprehensive list of vendors for fourth
generation f-bodys. Many of them also cater to Impala owners.
- Borla Industries makes high quality,
high performance exhaust components for the Impala and most other cars on the
- ATI makes superchargers available
for the Impala SS. Here is why they
think they're system is best.
- World Parts Corporation
(1-800-756-2438) can get genuine GM parts to you at quite a discount from
list prices. They can even get the Helms manuals, a prerequisite for any
modifications, at a great price. They are the official parts supplier for
NAISSO, and supply parts to members at just barely over dealer cost. Check out
their web site or e-mail Robert Van Der
- Fuel Injection Specialties
carries a complete line of products to enhance the late model fuel
injected engines, especially the LT1s. They'll know what to do to get your
Impala running great.
- K&N Filters
are a quick and effective way to begin your modifications. They help your
car's performance by allowing more air through and straightening it as it
passes through the filter.
- Summit Racing usually has great
prices on almost any product you can imagine. They are also the sole outlet
for SLP products.
- SuperChips makes aftermarket
chips and performance programs for almost any car, including the Impala SS.
Check out the dyno results they got from the Impala SS PCM Shootout.
- Check out B&M Racing on the web
to see their latest products.
- Discount Tire Direct can usually get
some really good deals on BFG ZR4 blems for the Impala.
- CNC Heads can set you up with a great
set of ported and polished iron or aluminum heads for you Impala.
- Callaway can set you up with
anything from a custom cold air induction setup to a 400+ HP C9 Impala SS.
- Crane Cams has valvetrain parts,
including the 1.6:1 roller rockers, available for the LT1 in the Impala SS
- A company now offers an engine bay brace for the
Reference Materials and How-Tos
- If you are looking for Impala TSB materials, check the All-Data site or the Impala
- Need new tires? Looking to change sizes? Here are some sites that might be
of help. Tire Rack offers a FAQ and formulas to help
you choose a size. You can use the speedometer calculator to
gauge the effects of tire size on your speedometer. Here is another tire diameter
calculator and speedometer calibration
calculator. Finally, there is a tire
and wheel upgrade calculator available for doing plus-sizing calculations.
- For you reading pleasure, here is a compendium of articles about the Impala
SS that has been compiled.
- Land Yacht
Marina is dedicated to full-size cars of all types.
- You can search for or sell your car at Car Trackers.
- There's a nice writeup and graph of LT1 power
curves at this site.
- If your interested in putting synthetic oil in you Impala, look in the f-body trivia page and
facts page to get the real scoop on it first.
- Trying to locate that Impala article you saw in the digest last year?
Check out NAISSO-Indiana's search
engine. It can search all of the old digests for the phrase you are
- If you have a safety concern or other problem, you can submit it to the NHTSA for
consideration for a recall or investigation.
- If you are looking for a used Impala, check out Auto Trader Online. They have tons
of them for sale by private owners.
- The Department of Transportation maintains a list of recalls for many
vehicles, Impalas included.
- Get the scoop on how to apply Meguiar's polishes to
get a great finish on your Impala from the VetteNet.
- Here's some information on
superchargers provided by Vortech, comparing themselves with ATI
- The Physics of Racing
Series provides a neat explanation of some of the principles that are
employed in different types of racing.
- Here's a fairly complete guide to drag racing that is
useful to both the novice and advanced drag racer.
- Everything Automotive is just that:
the place for the auto enthusiast to go to find all the auto related info you
- Looking to buy or sell an Impala? Check Kelly's Blue Book for a fair price.
- For miscellaneous automotive knowledge, try checking the Automotive On-Ramp,a comprehensive guide
to auto related topics on the net.
General Motors Information
- Looking for that factory-original GM performance part? You can now
download the entire GM
Performance Parts Catalog from GM itself. These are in Adobe Acrobate PDF
- Here is Chevrolet
On-Line's Impala SS Page
- Visit the official Chevrolet site
for a variety of services, including Chevrolet trivia, customer assistance,
and model information.
- The F-body home page is the
home for the Camaro and Firebird enthusiast. Since the fourth generation
F-bodies use basically the same LT1 engine as is in the Impala, and have many
more members, this site is a valuable source of information for the Impala
- The GM Pro Shop lets you
order all sorts of parts and clothing directly from the net.
- Delco Electronics supplies most of the
wiring and electronics that go into the Impala and most other GM products.
- Chevrolets 4 Less has a very
nice web site complete with plenty of Impala and Chevy information.
Driving and Racing Related Pages
- If you live in the northern states, be sure to check out Scott
Knight's Impala SS Winter Driving Tips for information about how to keep
your Impala healthy during the long, cold winter.
- If you're into fast driving on public roads, you might want to look at the
page for tips on how to maintain a good record. There are several others as
well, like the how to
speed page, and the guide to successful
- The SpeedTrap home page
categorizes common speed traps by state.
- DragPlus is an IBM-PC
program that allows you to virtually modify your car before you actually spend
the cash. CarTest
is another program that allows you to do this.
- Car and Driver is a great
reading for anyone interested in driving or racing.
- CarTalk is a great show that you can
regularly catch on NPR that deals with maintaining and troubleshooting your
car, all while keeping a sense of humor. Check them out!
- High Tech Performance is a
great new magazine that is dedicated to hopping up late-model fuel injected
machines such as the Impala SS. They tend to concentrate on the big V6's and
V8's more than the tiny Japanese four cylinders that Turbo and High Tech
- Looking for some street action / cruise spots in the Chicago area? Check
out the Chicago street
scene page to find the best spots.
- Super Chevy Shows are
always a great way to see old and new Chevy iron.
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