Speed is addicting and has taken a hold of one of our returning customers. We previously built his 2014 C7 Corvette with his 1000hp goal in mind making 941rwhp on C16. See the previous build thread below.

https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...lme-416-a.html




Our customer was ready to break through to over 1000rwhp. We knew that with his current blower setup that was a tall order and we opted for the following:
• Procharger F1X Supercharger
• Vengeance Racing Air to water intercooler set up
• Built Circle D 6L80E transmission
• Vengeance Racing Auxiliary Low side Fuel System
• Vengeance Racing C7 Catch Can and breather tank
• LME Billet Intake Manifold
• Vengeance Racing Secondary Fuel Injection
• Nick Williams 103mm Throttle Body
• Prospeed D3PE C7 Corvette ACM
• WELD RTS 18x5 and 15x10
• Mickey Thompson ET Street R’s 275/60/15
• M&H front runners 185/50/18



For this third round of modifications we knew we would need to upgrade the blower from the previously installed ECS Novi 2200x. For this upgrade we chose to use the Procharger F1X. Having used this blower on several 1000+ RWHP combinations we were confident we would greatly exceed our customers’ expectations. We combined the F1X blower with our custom Vengeance Racing Air to Water Intercooler setup. We fabricated our Air to water intercooler to maximize efficiency and cooling. We installed a Nick Williams 103mm Throttle body to maximize this setup.











When making 1000+ rwhp fueling is everything. We worked with LME and decided to utilize secondary injection with LME’s Billet intake manifold. Adding to this we used our Vengeance Racing Auxiliary Low Side fuel system developed in house to feed the injectors. To control everything we used Prospeed’s D3PE ACM. Prospeed’s ACM is a must have in high horse power applications. This combination has allowed us to make big power numbers without the use of Methanol. To help get this bad C7 down the track we opted for Circle D’s built 6L80E Transmission coupled with Weld RTS wheels in 18x5 and 15x10 wrapped in Mickey Thompson ET Street R’s and M&H Front runners.












With the install complete it was time put the C7 on the dyno and make some noise. With this combination the C7 made 1311rwhp and 1001rwtq on E85 and NO Methanol.












Next it was time for a test and tune at the Ocala Half Mile event. We cant wait to continue dialing in this setup and our customer couldn’t be happier with the results. This is a very simple set up for our customer and allows him to use E85 which is readily available in his area. There is alot of room left on the table with this setup and as the weather warms up we look forward to some impressive runs out of this mighty C7. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and YouTube account for updates on this C7.













If you are interested in a similar build combination, or any other performance offerings that we can provide for your LS/LT powered vehicle please feel free to e-mail us at sales@vengeanceracing.net or call at 678-513-7105 !

And as always be sure to Like, Follow and Subscribe to Vengeance Racing on Social Media.
FaceBook @ Vengeance Racing
Instagram @ Vengeance Racing
YouTube @ Ronatvengeance