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I like the price on the Procharger system but I don't know anything about them. What do you guys think about Procharger? Are they any good or do you get what you pay for? Or should I go with another manufacturer like Edelbrock or Magnuson? It all comes down to preference. And what you're going to be doing with it. If you're just running from stop light to stop light, I'd probably say the maggy. But if you're running a lot, more than 4 light in a row per say or on a highway, I'd go procharger.
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Both are good though. What price did you find on the procharger? Was it a D-1 or F-1? Pardon my caution, but going with a supercharger on a C7 is risky at best.
After extensive conversations with professional Corvette builders - we have two of the very best here in Houston - all are concerned about getting adequate fuel delivery. When you carefully read the details of the upcoming C7 Z06 option, you will see that Chevy upgraded the flow rate for the injectors and made infrastructure changes to match.
I have heard from reliable sources that a number of C7 engines have been blown during the development of C7 supercharger integrations. IMHO it's very early to get on the C7 supercharger elevator. View My Garage. Most supercharger kits come with new injectors, pumps, etc. I say go for it! Originally Posted by RichmondC7.
Originally Posted by JimsGN.You are browsing corvette7. The Corvette Stingray Forum. We are going with the Smallest Restrictor plate on pump gas for now, the Meth kit is installed but not yet turned on. I wanted to dial in the pump gas tune and spend about 7 hours on the dyno fine tuning.
Greg want to get his car back and put some miles on it, get used to the new power, then he will return for the bigger restrictor plate and turn the meth system on. Thanks for looking. Attached Images. View My Garage. Just cant believe lbs of TQ by rpms on a centri. Great Job at Driving Greg. Originally Posted by DenverTaco Originally Posted by GQ4Life.
Very nice I've been somewhat concerned about boosting my LT Should make maybeworried about internals, but i've seen many like yours without issues. Thread Tools. Manuals, Literature, Workbooks, Brochures, Etc.
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The car had a bunch of driving issues and was breaking up underload. I take care of some issues and get it on the dyno. First pull it made rwhp on 8psi with zero timing coming out anywhere, so I add a couple of degrees. Power went up to rwhp still with zero timing removed any place. Its a Gen V, all they do is pull timing for everything, so I look deeper in the tune and find that ECS removed all the knock retard in the computer, knock retard amount is zero across the board.
I turn it back on, installing stock numbers and bingo I have all the knock. I have 16 degrees at my limit and by rpms it goes from zero to all 16 degrees, power drops to rwhp.
I want knock protection on, I see know reason to ever touch it, unless its just to cover up a horrible tune. Now my problem, no mater what I do it pulls all 16 degrees, this happens right atthis also just happens to be the same rpm that the stock map sensor limit is reached. I tried everything, timing, fuel, torque tables, no matter what its always all the knock. If I zero out the knock amount table, i get full timing and a couple hundred more hp. I have also logged knock sensor voltage per cylinder and it will show the cylinders are not knocking, must be torque management.
But i cant make it go away no matter what I do with torque. I dont understand why knock amount is linked to torque management, also no torque management timing is being removed. I even installed the tune from the last C7 procharged system I did. On that car it made rwhp on 8 psi with zero to 1. On this car is pulled 16 degrees at and feel on its ass. Sorry about that, I pulled the Vette from the dyno for a few days so I could catch up on a few other tunes. This pull was done about five minutes ago.
Attached Files Final Dyno Pull. I have logged everything including all of those values. This is another data log with fuel. LPFP is dropping pressure and your fueling is lean.It's a pretty simple formula, really. Take any late-model GM V-8, add some boost, and go run a number. And if so, would the high-compression engine respond like the old LS3 did? In short, the answer is yes. Yes, yes, yes! In fact, not only can the LT1 handle boost, it loves it.
We're talking rwhp and lb-ft of torque on an almost bone-stock engine with a stock fuel system in less than a day! All from a percent bolt-on supercharger kit that ships to your door and installs with simple hand tools. It really doesn't get much easier than that … well, maybe until the Z06 comes out, but if you're looking for boosted C7 performance today, there are plenty of great choices.
For this test, we teamed up with the lunatics at Redline Motorsports in Pompano Beach, Florida, who had grown tired of their nitrous-injected second quarter-mile missile C7 already and were looking to up the power full time. Howard Tanner, who runs Redline, uses his personal C7 as a tesbed for new products, and when he heard that Doug Ring and the crew at East Coast Supercharging ECS were ready to ship a supercharger kit, he wasted no time getting a system in the mail.
What Howard ordered is the same exact kit you can, which features a Novi self-contained supercharger head unit, a set of beautifully CNC-machined brackets, a large air-to-air intercooler, an eight-rib supercharger pulley system, and all of the pipes, couplers, bolts, and accessories you'll need to make everything work.
Touted by ECS as a simple-to-install-at-home, percent bolt-on supercharger system, we wanted to see just how simple it was to make big power. Follow along as Redline drops the ECS kit in place, and make sure you check out the dyno numbers at the end of this story.
If you're itching to make your C7 faster or you're waiting for the Z06 to drop prices on used Stingrays, you're going to want to pay attention to this formula. Not wanting to waste any time, the Redline crew dug right into the installation Hey, it said a day from start to finish, right? Underneath, Redline pulled the factory air dam out of the way, which allowed for ample room to work.
There is no need to remove the factory balancer to install the ECS supercharger system, as the factory piece is already keyed and quite robust.
That said, you will need to install the supplied eight-rib supercharger hub, which does require the removal of the stock balancer bolt.
ECS recommends removing the factory steering rack to do this, but Redline found it was possible to remove the rack bolts and slide the rack out of the way to gain access to the balancer bolt. Once removed, you can slide the new eight-rib hub over the factory balancer, and using a new bolt, snug the system back to spec. Luckily, ECS supplies a new bracket on the left with the kit that allows you to move the ABS block out of the way, and the installation is simple. Once installed, you can bolt the ABS block into its new location.
Redline was able to bend and reposition without any issue. Finally, it was supercharger time.