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ZR1 LT5 Supercharger on the ZO6?

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Default ZR1 LT5 Supercharger on the ZO6?

I know your all wondering too, do you think the larger ZR1 blower and lid will fit on the ZO6. Been looking at the Heatbeat Magnuson kit as itís under $5k and itís a 2300 unit. But thereís something about the OEM stuff 🤔
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I know your all wondering too, do you think the larger ZR1 blower and lid will fit on the ZO6. Been looking at the Heatbeat Magnuson kit as itís under $5k and itís a 2300 unit. But thereís something about the OEM stuff 🤔
Just went through all this and ordered the 2300 Heartbeat.
The 2.65 I don't think fits thus the new hood form GM on the ZR1.

The 2300 fits my needs of around 720rwhp or so any more and you need a cam change. The 2300 has enough head room and fits under the stock hood.
I already have header and Halltech and PTB which are supporting mods.

The 2300 maybe be lighter than the stock piece but I will weigh then each when I do the swap.
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This is good to know, you donít hear anything about tu heartbeat kit. Are you running similar boost !
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Default But it needs 7000RPM and Dominating HP! ;)



That damn Unofficial Sports Auto again!

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Originally Posted by johnglenntwo View Post

https://youtu.be/gnKJAmP6ICI

That damn Unofficial Sports Auto again!

Or...

A new ZO6 , spare wheels and tires for track day.
Upgraded supercharger+ bolts ons for fun

A nice 4 bed ,2 bath with 2 car garage
a 20' Boat
2 week vacation
52 dinner dates
and enough to feed the dog

That's why we buy Corvettes
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Originally Posted by johnglenntwo View Post

https://youtu.be/gnKJAmP6ICI

That damn Unofficial Sports Auto again!
Wow the rpm drop after every gear is perfect,
keeping that power band up.
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Wow the rpm drop after every gear is perfect,
keeping that power band up.
Yep, need the auto only option plan for the big power to be able to run out precisely enough! "Increasing HP/ Decreasing Torque!"

Nothing like turbo torque acceleration to turn a RWD 911 around!
Add the brake on curve entry, and ediff. closing on curve exit, variable shocks for the bumps, Big time Wing, more sticky Michelins, and you're hauling azz at The Ring (and anywhere else!) in a 911!

Rear wheel steering, engine mounts, suspension stiffeners....

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My Buddy put a 2300 Maggie on his. He owns Tunetime performance. That and the CAI through stock exhaust pulls my car like he's got 100wheel more.. and the profile is actually lower than factory lol


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My Buddy put a 2300 Maggie on his. He owns Tunetime performance. That and the CAI through stock exhaust pulls my car like he's got 100wheel more.. and the profile is actually lower than factory lol


That's the way I'm going!

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That's the way I'm going!
THEN you'll become Salem's Most Wanted man.
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THEN you'll become Salem's Most Wanted man.
It looks like it is the way GM should have made the Z06 to start with.
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Iím going the whipple route and have WeaponX install it.



My answer to the ZR1
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Iím going the whipple route and have WeaponX install it.



My answer to the ZR1

That's a great way to go and you can use the stock hood but they are 2500 miles away. I was thinking of doing just that until Ben said he wasn't
in Vegas. Some reason I thought they were there.
So my answer will be the Heart beat from Weapon X.
With a goal of 720 should be plenty
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Wow the rpm drop after every gear is perfect,
keeping that power band up.

But people still think GM was right when they said the A8 shifts faster than PDK.

LOLOLOLOL
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Default Pobst likes it! "It's like a 125cc motocrosser. I really like that."


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