Four digit horsepower to the tires on pump gas? You better believe it…
by Jake Headlee on October 29, 2013
by Jake Headlee on October 17, 2013
The Superchips Redline in-cabin tuner adds a multitude of read-outs to display tons of information you want from your Late-model LS3 Camaro AND produces on the fly adjustments for real world HP and torque numbers.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on August 22, 2013
In this tech installment, we take an in-depth look at dyno tests of three of Crane Cam’s most popular LS3 grinds. Step inside to get the real-world data on how each different cam affects the LS3′s power production.
by Lindsey Fisher on June 27, 2013
When it comes to building anything substantial, having a blueprint is a vital part of the process. After all, you wouldn’t build a house without an exact plan, would you? Well, the same goes for building cars, and for our 1964 Chevelle we have the ultimate blueprint- a 427ci LS engine from BluePrint Engines.
by Jason Reiss on June 13, 2013
Project BlownZ gets a power upgrade in the form of a brand-spankin’-new ProCharger F-1X supercharger. We spoke with ProCharger’s Sergio Schifman, who was happy to detail some of the performance advantages of this new piece. Testing and race results inside!
by Jason Reiss on June 12, 2013
The dynamometer is the handiest tool in your toolbox – it can assist you in diagnosing many issues along with providing the real-world horsepower and torque figures your car puts to the ground. Check it out here!
by Sean Haggai on June 7, 2013
We teamed up with the LS pros over at LME to build some real-world dyno-proven LS power. We’ve already taken care of the short-block portion. Here, we’ll put together the top-end, show what we used and what it made on the LME dyno. Check it out, right here!
by Clifton Klaverweiden on May 23, 2013
There’s nothing better than parts that look great and perform even better. Read along as we install and do before and after dyno tests with Airaid’s real carbon fiber MXP cold air intake system on a modified 1LE Camaro. Get all the details inside…
by Jason Reiss on February 20, 2013
SCT Performance and The Tuning School now offer this nifty learn-at-home kit for you enterprising tuners out there. The course includes a 195-page book that teaches you the SCT Advantage III software in a clear, concise, and detailed fashion.
You’ve waited patiently with great anticipation, but now the time has come to get BlownZ on the dyno and track tested. We worked very hard to get this far and we have more work to do, but the results are still impressive. If you want to learn more about our blown 388ci. LSX-powered Camaro, click here!
by Sean Haggai on December 6, 2012
Curious to know whether or not your current LS-based engine needs a vacuum pump? We put one to the test; installing a GZ Motorsports Sportsman vacuum pump on a big-inch 454ci. LSx. What did the dyno numbers reveal? Read on to find out, right here!
by Paul Huizenga on December 5, 2012
So how do you top off a glass that’s already full to the brim? That’s the problem we faced with our 2011 Z06 Corvette. We had to find a few select upgrades that would boost performance without taking anything away from the car’s near-perfection in stock form…
by Shane McGlaun on March 14, 2012
Which is the better car, a new Mustang GT or a new Camaro SS? While we’re not going to give our opinion on which one we like better, with help from host Jessica Barton, we took these cars to BBK Performance and threw the company’s most popular bolt-ons at them and ran them on the dyno after each step.
by Paul Huizenga on March 5, 2012
Part 2 of our 2-part series wraps up Corvette Central Performance’s Stage 3 and 4 kits for the C5 Corvette, taking Project Y2k’s power to the next level with long tube headers and a cam swap, among other improvements. Check out how we’ve built our 2000 Corvette to outrun an LS3 C6!
by Clifton Klaverweiden on January 14, 2012
We put K&N’s entire line of air intake systems to the test on the dyno with a bone stock 5th Gen Camaro SS to find out exactly how much rear wheel horsepower each one can add.
by Paul Huizenga on January 12, 2012
In Part 1 of our two-part series, we perform Stage 1 and Stage 2 upgrades from Corvette Central Performance on Project Y2k, our 2000 Corvette. Follow along as we free up trapped horsepower with improved intake and exhaust flow…
by Clifton Klaverweiden on December 26, 2011
As good as the LS7 is bone stock, with its 500 plus HP, there is plenty of untapped power potential just waiting to be unleashed. In this video, we walk you through the step-by-step install of a K&N intake system on our C6 Z06, and do a bit of dyno testing to see how much power the added airflow is worth…
Our mission with Project Y2k – take America’s Sports Car and make it better on a blue collar budget, turning this decade-old platform into a car that’s good at a little bit of everything.