These compact powerhouse's of a blower displaces 1.9 liters and uses a pair of Eaton four-lobe, high-helix rotors for greater efficiency. That means the supercharger makes more power at lower rpm and sustains it through the upper reaches of the rpm band. On a 6.2L engine, it produces about 9 pounds of boost. These supercharger kits are based on the Cadillac CTS-V LSA engine's assembly and the ZL1 Camaro assembly, which the CTS-V has a slightly different intercooler cover than the ZL1 version. The Chevrolet Performance Superchargers include a fully assembled system with the supercharger intake, fuel injectors, cast cover, intercooler, front pulley, throttle body and gasket set. They fit engines with rectangular-port (L92-style) cylinder heads. Maximum boost pressure varies with engine displacement, compression ratio and other factors. Of course, you'll need proper tuning and an adequate fuel system to support this pressurized power adder (we suggest you use the new ZL1 fuel pump p/n 809-19258436), but when it's all together, the LSA supercharger has the capability of taking your LS or LSX engine's performance to a fantastic new level.
Will this fit a LS7 in a 2015 Z/28?
Will this kit fit my 2017 chevy ss ls3
Is this smog legal in California? EO number?
what other parts would I need to put this on my 2010 ss?
would this fit on a C6 2010 Corvette?
Approximately how much power at 15 lbs boost And how streetable would this be on a lsxb15?
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