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post #1 of 7 Old 08-07-2009, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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MTI Racing TVS1900 601rwhp

MTI Racing offers the BIGGEST bang for the buck – The 2010 Camaro TVS Supercharger System. No doubt about it, it IS the most menacing looking, power adder that you can bolt on to your new Camaro. The power is enough to require asbestos underwear.

As you know, we have two versions of the system:
1) The standard MTI Racing/Magnacharger TVS 2300
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2) The MTI Racing/Magnacharger TVS 1900.

The MTI Racing TVS 1900 is similar to the standard version, but it is configured a bit differently. We utilize the 1900 head unit with a different capacity heat exchanger, combined with an MTI Racing designed CNC-ported intake manifold.



601 rwhp on the local Quiktrip gas (that's over 706 crank horsepower!!)

Details of the build:
- MTI Racing/Magnacharger TVS 1900 Supercharger System
- MTI Racing Billet Manual tensioner
- MTI Racing Level 1 camshaft (for daily driver)
- Upgraded Injectors
- MTI Racing Cold Air Induction
- American Racing Header System with MTI Racing catback exhaust

This package is available for your daily driven Camaro who wants to demean every car on the boulevard.
Please visit our site at www.MTIRACING.com for a complete line of upgrades for you 2010 Camaro.

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post #2 of 7 Old 08-12-2009, 03:06 PM
 
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Why do you use STD Correction factor? SAE is standard and STD will making the number go higher than they actually are.
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Why do you use STD Correction factor? SAE is standard and STD will making the number go higher than they actually are.
Our dyno at STD is 100% right on the money.

We have taken cars off our dyno, driven them across town, dyno at SAE, and the numbers were within 1hp. Several skeptics have anonymously done the same procedure and they confirmed our accuracy.

Keep in mind that the most important result is the improvement measured before vs. after.

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post #4 of 7 Old 08-13-2009, 11:25 AM
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For this combo, what would be the approx cost of doing something like this?

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The Supercharger kit is $8995 installed or $7495 shipped.
For everything listed on the MTI Racing Test Camaro is $16495 installed.
We do have other parts available for the brakes and suspension too.
Check out our 2010 Camaro section at www.mtiracing.com

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post #6 of 7 Old 08-28-2009, 05:22 PM
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all this on stock bottom end.. is stock bottom end good for this kind of power?

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nice power.. def be looking into your company in the future..

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