ProCharger Offers Glimpse of New Supercharger System Being Tested for 2020-2021 Corvettes

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ProCharger Offers Glimpse of New Supercharger System for 2020-2021 Corvettes

ProCharger Offers Glimpse of New Supercharger System Being Tested for 2020-2021 Corvettes


If you’re not satisfied with the 495 horsepower being cranked out by your new stock MC8 Corvette, just wait a little while, and the folks at ProCharger will be glad to help you.

Recently called by Sam’s Garage host Sam Memmolo “the biggest supercharger company on the planet,” ProCharger has just released word that it has already put a system on its black mid-engine Corvette and is testing the set-up right now.

Planning for the new system actually began last fall, followed by 3-D modeling prior to the 2020 Stingray arriving at ProCharger headquarters back in January. The staff has been busy ever since cracking the car’s encrypted ECU.

ProCharger Offers Glimpse of New Supercharger System for 2020-2021 Corvettes


“While we can’t tip our hand and show exactly what we’re doing with our new C8 Supercharger System until it has finished testing and is ready to go to market, we thought you might want to see what’s coming with some spy photos in our primary R&D facility,” ProCharger says.

The company was the first to offer intercooled supercharger kits for C4, C5, C6, and C7 Corvettes and is anxious to add the C8 to that list, with the promise to deliver some amazing performance gains for the revolutionary Stingray.

As they point out, “you just know that, with ProCharger boost, the 0-60 time (2.9 seconds) and the horsepower (495) and top speed (194 mph) claims will skyrocket!”

ProCharger Offers Glimpse of New Supercharger System for 2020-2021 Corvettes


ProCharger says they’re confident the new C8 system “will be a world-beater in terms of performance, efficiency, and just plain coolness. Ferrari and Porsche owners beware!”

If you’d like to be among the first C8 owners to add boost to your new Stingray, ProCharger invites you to contact them at (913) 338-2886.


Source:
ProCharger.com

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3 COMMENTS

  1. “The staff has been busy ever since cracking the car’s encrypted ECU.” This quote doesn’t mess around. It is a claim that the code has been cracked. That means it is a matter of time before the rest of the Corvette after market cracks the code too! Corvettes are now shipping in fairly large quantities currently. VIN’s in the high 3000 have already been mentioned. Soon, VINS in the 4000 range will be shipping. The move back to August 19 or whenever it will happen, shows that the commitment to getting as many C8 coupes out on the road has superseded the promised July 21-24 dates so often batted around GM, Corvette and all the related vlogs and content. This time, it was not Rick Conti who broke the story, but someone else. We are quickly reaching towards doubling that first Covid-19 production interruption run of nearly 2700 cars made. On the power side of the story, it will be interesting how much volumetric over-efficiency can be pumped into the C8 factory head and managed by the factory cam, crank, pistons and roads. AF

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