Ride of the week goes out to David Boyer, a former M1A2 Abrams tank commander in the US Army! With his sweet daily driven 11-second, Nitrous Outlet powered 2015 Scat Pack Charger. This car lays down a whopping 543 hp and 653 lb-ft of torque on the chassis dyno, with
Nitrous Outlet is proud to introduce the all new Stinger plate system for 4150 and 4500 flange carbureted style intake manifolds. The Stinger plate has a unique cone shaped “stinger” that protrudes from the bottom portion of the plate into the center of the intake throat. The Stinger has 15
Though admittedly the sick House of Kolor paintjob makes me less inclined to daily drive our long-running LT1 Formula project, the mission was a simple and reliable 11-second daily driver on a moderate budget. Some may say that this was not the most ambitious of goals. However, those experienced in
Momma said not to gloat, but for the lucky SOBs that own LS3-powered Camaros, it's awfully tough to stay modest. With 376 cubic inches, 426 horsepower, and rectangler-port heads that flow an unbelievable 330 cfm from the factory, it's essentially a baby LS7. Considering the astounding naturally aspirated horsepower potential of the LS3, the prospect of bolting on a power-adder may seem rather peculiar. Slide in a bigger cam-and bam-you've got yourself an extra 50-75 hp. Massage those heads, and laying down 500 hp to the wheels is cake. Nevertheless, not everyone cares for a lumpity-lump idle, spinning the stock short-block to 7,500 rpm, and beating on the rod bolts like they owe you money. Turbo and supercharger kits offer an appealing solution, but cost as much as a used LS1 fourth-gen, and take way too long to remove when it's time to head to the dealer for warranty work. (Not that we'd endorse that sort of thing.) As such, good ol' nitrous injection systems are, and always will be, the best bang-for-the-buck horsepower mod in existence, and Nitrous Outlet has developed what could very well be the perfect way to juice an LS3 or L99 Camaro.
This is the car we installed the kit on. It is a 2011 GT manual with lowering springs as its only mod. Since the kit was installed, the owner has changed wheels and installed a sway bar relocation bracket so that we can run big and littles at the track this coming weekend. I will include a list of mods after the pics with the Dyno sheet.