When hot rodders look to modifying their cars with aftermarket parts, they tend to turn to names that they can trust. The last thing you want is a component on your ride produced by some fly by night company that no one’s ever heard of, only for them to be out of business a couple of years later.
Granatelli Performance is a name that has been in the late-model aftermarket for quite some time, and they continue to release new products from cold-air kits to turbo systems for today’s performance cars. They’ve been specializing in GM performance vehicles for as long as we remember, and they don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
Just the other day they shared with us this video of a 2010 Camaro SS featuring their newest twin-turbo system, currently on the market for the L99 automatic-equipped 2010 and up Camaro SS (PN 170104). The video shows the installation process, plenty of burnout action, and even some dyno footage, with the baseline numbers being 350 horsepower and 345pound feet of torque to the rear wheels.
Installing the twin-turbo kit seems to be a relatively easy task for anyone with a lift and plenty of tools. The Granatelli team shared the installation process with us all the way through, and although we didn’t get any final numbers the end of the video, we’re fairly confident that they were increased immensely. We were content with the celebratory gratuitous burnout action afterwards – which just leaves us wanting more.