2003 SVT Cobra with full exhaust on the dyno
The car faced some FRPS and Boost bypass/solenoid issues on the Dyno, both of which were troubleshot and solved by Tim Rodeheaver & LaSota Racing. I can't thank those gentlemen enough for the effort they put in to their clients.
If you're in southwest PA or West Virginia, check him out at http://www.rodeheavershotrod.com/
The final Dyno numbers are 506rwhp/521rwtq.
Supercharged Corvette Vs. Modded Mustang SVT Cobra
My Supercharged C6 Vs my buddy's "Terminator" SVT Cobra with pulley, headers, Exhaust, intake and tune.
Half a million hits... Wow. And this video has proven itself to be INCREDIBLY polarizing! So, if I may, a few comments:
1- This is a video of two friends who own fast cars messing around on an empty road. If you think it somehow reflects on Ford or Chevrolet as companies, the US government, or the final word on the Mustang Vs Corvette rivalry, you are an idiot. Any car can be modified to beat another car; that is not the point of this video.
2- The Corvette is a base C6. It is not a Z06, or a ZR1. It does not have a built motor, or a camshaft, or any other mods in this video; it is a pump gas daily driven car with street tires and a Supercharger kit bolted on to it.
3- We both pushed the gas down and shifted 3 times in this video. If you think your "mad driving skills" could have changed the outcome of the race, you are an idiot.
4- Stop taking this so seriously! Buy whatever car you like best and enjoy it.
Cobalt on 20's
2006 Cobalt SS Supercharged with 20" American Racing Casino's and dropped with Eibach Sportlines