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A customer of ours recently sent his car back to us for further modifications to his head/cam supercharged 2010 Camaro SS.

The original build in November 2009 consisted of:

Magnacharger MP2300 Supercharger Kit
60# Injectors
Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump
Kooks 1 7/8" Longtube Headers
Kooks Catted Connection Pipe
Rotofab Cold Air Intake
Coil Covers
Livernois Motorsports Dyno Tune

The car returned in March 2010 and we installed:

Livernois Motorsports Ported Lower Supercharger Manifold
Livernois Motorsports CNC Ported Cylinder Heads
Livernois Motorsports DOD/VCT Delete Kit w/ L92 Stage 2C Camshaft
Livernois Motorsports Dyno Tune

The latest build included:

Overdrive Rear Cog System
Livernois Motorsports High Volume Dual Fuel Pump
Alky-Controls Methanol Injection Kit
Livernois Motorsports Dyno Tune

Here are a few photos and the dyno sheet showing the stock baseline from 2009 and the post mod dyno run from the latest build.













Stock 338 RWHP / 355 RWTQ ; Post Mods 645 RWHP / 577 RWTQ (Keep in mind, it's an auto!) :bow:



Dyno Video


Thank you

Regards,

Rick LeBlanc
Livernois Motorsports
 

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evil looks
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amazingly evil power
great package
is there any competitor?

may i ask
how do the other components resists this galactic power
(trans, diff, driveshafts, trailing-arms)
did gm built such i giant safety-marge into all components, or are they all replaced
 

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Awesome numbers! Be interested to see what it does in the 1/4. You guys have quite a reputation for HP! :thumbsup:

Bill
 

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...how long before the tranny goes bang! ?
 

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evil looks
and
amazingly evil power
great package
is there any competitor?

may i ask
how do the other components resists this galactic power
(trans, diff, driveshafts, trailing-arms)
did gm built such i giant safety-marge into all components, or are they all replaced
Thank you!

The customer knew in advance that at this level we recommend a forged lower end, upgraded trans, and axles at the least. He plans on driving the car as is for now and sending it back for further mods over the winter. We have several cars in the 550-560 RWHP range with stock auto transmissions and no issues, but this is the most we've made so far with a stock trans and axles.

Awesome numbers! Be interested to see what it does in the 1/4. You guys have quite a reputation for HP! :thumbsup:

Bill
I'd guess low 10's with the Nitto drag radials on the stock wheels.

Thank you,

Rick
 

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VERY NICE!!!!!!!!
 
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