ZL1 Camaro 800hp Initial Start Up

Mike's 2013 ZL1 initial start up after receiving our Stage III 800hp Package. This car is still equipped with factory torque converter while retaining factory like drive-ability. Modifications: 510 Stage II LSA Cylinder Heads 510 Stage III ZL1 Ported Blower Snout & TB 510 Custom grind blower Cam Shaft American Racing 1-7/8" Headers Metco Pullies (15psi) FIC 80lbs Injectors Dual Pass Intercooler with high capacity reservoir Twin in-tank Fuel Pumps Rotofab Cold Air Intake Track and Dyno Vids are soon to come! Enjoy!

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Jim shipped his 2013 ZL1 Automatic all the way from Georgia to install our stage 4, 750HP power package. Our stage 4 package includes our upper pulley kit, a Cold Air intake, a 160 degree thermostat and an SCT Tuner with a Torq custom tune. To free up some power and give you that modern muscle car sound we stepped up to a set of Kooks 1 7/8 long tube headers. We also added our camshaft installation package, v2.0 heat exchanger and Intercooler reservoir When adding a camshaft to any supercharged motor you are going to lose some Boost, so, we include our ATI balancer package with an 18% overdriven pulley that will spin the Supercharger faster increasing Boost pressure. We also included a new crankshaft bolt, as well as a replacement accessory belt, which stretches overtime and the factory suggests to be replaced after removal. In order to help our LSA engine breathe we include our 102 milimeter ported snout and a 102 milimeter throttle body from Nick Williams. Finally, to support all of that power we needed to address both our fuel and our spark so we installed cooler plugs from NGK, larger injector dynamics fuel injectors and MSD's Boost a pump.




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