If you do it then keep us posted. I think the main thing would be making sure you have a safe tune and staying within safe boost levels. On a bone stock engine that doesn't have forged internals, I personally would not feel comfortable going over 10 psi of boost if even that much. Especially on a high compression engine with a positive displacement blower. Don't go too much over 650 rwhp. Some say the ZL1 can handle around 700 to the wheels. I would not push it that far. If you do, then just be careful with it. But before you upgrade to the KB 2.8, I would say pulley the stock blower down and see how you like it and see what it can do.
I have a 2012 I put it on a lift and noticed there is a set of yellow spacers in the coil spring the first thing I thought is they are the shipping spacers but the dealer said they are supposed to be there? Any input ?
I plan on taking my car (having it delivered actually) to Hennessey Performance for the HPE 650 upgrade. Sales assured me that drivability would not be affected (overheating, etc...) and it has a 36 month warranty. But I would like any real world input. Thanks.
I ordered a MBRP catback from Maryland Speed last Wednesday night. I got it this past Wednesday morning. So it was 1 week delivery. It said it came from Canada. So the packaging was nice and the instructions were good enough. It came with everything needed. But I do recommend getting heavy duty...
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