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Brian@Vortech 03-29-2010 07:10 PM

Wicked HP makes 928RWHP with Vortech YSi on pump gas...
 
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Wicked HP out of Las Vegas, NV wanted to put together a package with a Gen.5 Camaro that made a statement to everyone that when it comes to performance...they mean business! So Cody Chapman and his Wicked HP crew built the bottom end of this beautiful black SS and installed a Vortech V-7 YSi-Trim Supercharging System with optional 50mm cog drive and set their sights on quadruple-digit crank horsepower numbers. The preliminary results? How does 896RWHP on pump gas sound? That's right folks, that equals well over 1,000hp at the engine! Cody and crew aren't even done yet, and hope to squeeze more of out this beast before they are finished.



This just goes to show, whatever your desired power level, a Vortech Supercharging System is THE choice for Wicked horsepower on your Gen. 5 Camaro!

tribone 03-29-2010 07:13 PM

:confused0068: :respekt: :thumbsup: :headbang: :thumbup: :happyanim: :w00t: :clap:

:bow::bow::bow:

firefighterEMT33 03-29-2010 07:22 PM

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Originally Posted by tribone (Post 1651756)
:confused0068: :respekt: :thumbsup: :headbang: :thumbup: :happyanim: :w00t: :clap:

:bow::bow::bow:

:word: That is insane.

2010 SSRS 03-29-2010 07:49 PM

awesome, Chevy Power Kickin Azz.

Z_Rocks 03-29-2010 07:54 PM

What was that smoke coming out of the engine at the very end of both run?

@Brian: How much power does the YSi draw from the engine to make that power? For example, if an standalone engine was producing 500 hp without running any S/C and you connect a YSi to it, without the S/C feeding the engine, how much reduction would you see from 500?

Ferrarimk13 03-29-2010 11:15 PM

how much psi is it running to achieve those numbers?

Mr.LSX 03-30-2010 01:06 AM

Good Numbers!:w00t:

bad2000z 03-30-2010 07:14 AM

That's what I've been preaching about! Vortech freakin rocks lol.

600hp-lpe 03-30-2010 07:41 AM

Care to share more details?

Is this still an LS3? LSX? Stroker?

Fuel system?

Types of Cyl. heads etc?

Awesome nonetheless... great job.

JANNETTYRACING 03-30-2010 09:18 AM

Nice Job guys, The YSI ROCKS,

RedRyder 03-30-2010 09:59 AM

Gotta love vortech, hopefully this'll be my second vortech car and counting.

More details please :drool:

navyblueSS 03-30-2010 10:55 AM

Nice job, car sounds awesome!

Mike@RMCR 03-30-2010 11:52 AM

Turn that blower up and 1000RWHP is in the bag. The top 10 cars out of our shop all have YSi's on them. Great Job Guys :thumbup:

Brian@Vortech 03-30-2010 11:56 AM

The engine is a stock LS3 block, 405 cubic inches, 8.6:1 compression, stock LS3 heads ported by Wicked HP to flow 400cfm, Wicked HP custom grind cam, stock intake manifold, stock throttle body, Doug Thorley Tri-Y Headers, Custom Exhaust out the back, 91 Octane pump gas, Vortech V-7 YSi-Trim Supercharging System with optional 50mm cog drive, custom tuning by Cody Chapman @ Wicked HP.

As far as hp draw from the blower, Vortech features the most efficient superchargers in the industry, so due to the efficiency and design of the Vortech centrifugal compressor it will certainly be far less than any other Supercharger...no matter which brand you choose!

Will@Apf 03-30-2010 12:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Brian@Vortech (Post 1654557)
The engine is a stock LS3 block, 405 cubic inches, 8.6:1 compression, stock LS3 heads ported by Wicked HP to flow 400cfm, Wicked HP custom grind cam, stock intake manifold, stock throttle body, Doug Thorley Tri-Y Headers, Custom Exhaust out the back, 91 Octane pump gas, Vortech V-7 YSi-Trim Supercharging System with optional 50mm cog drive, custom tuning by Cody Chapman @ Wicked HP.

As far as hp draw from the blower, Vortech features the most efficient superchargers in the industry, so due to the efficiency and design of the Vortech centrifugal compressor it will certainly be far less than any other Supercharger...no matter which brand you choose!

Great job Brian! looks good..:thumbsup:

Z_Rocks 03-30-2010 12:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brian@Vortech (Post 1654557)
As far as hp draw from the blower, Vortech features the most efficient superchargers in the industry, so due to the efficiency and design of the Vortech centrifugal compressor it will certainly be far less than any other Supercharger...no matter which brand you choose!

@ Brian: But, that's not what I asked if Vortech is more efficient than other supercharges. I was asking how much power will it draw from the engine to produce that much volume of air. I'm sure these tests are done at your facility, but if you don't want to divulge the info, I can understand.

djw32 03-30-2010 12:16 PM

That supercharger sounds insane! Very nice work :confused0068:

Fritostud 03-30-2010 12:39 PM

VERY VERY impressive!!! What are you doing for fuel??

Gotthat02fire 03-30-2010 12:44 PM

Wow nicely done!!!!!

WickedHp 03-30-2010 01:29 PM

Hello everyone,
For those who don't know me, I am cody chapman from Wickedhp las vegas. I think Brian hit on most of the details of our current combination. If you guys have any other questions please feel free to ask, as i appreciate all input so we can always improve our product. I would also like to let everybody know that our current goal has not been met yet. With in 3 weeks we will have 1000rwhp on 91 octane pump fuel and it will be streetable. We have already done startup, idle and driveability on this combo. Stay tuned for updates as, I will be efficient as possible with my replies.

P.S.-I also have and will be posting our other available packages within a couple of days.

Thanks, cody chapman

Total_Perf_Eng 03-30-2010 02:14 PM

Great Job Cody, It looks nice. Your almost there.. Talk to you soon

SDCamaro10 03-30-2010 02:22 PM

How about something along these lines for the V6?? We're dying for some FI!

Adam@ST 03-30-2010 06:13 PM

Great numbers!!!
How much boost??

speedster 03-30-2010 06:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Adam@ST (Post 1656289)
Great numbers!!!
How much boost??

Yes, that looks like a tiny pulley on the blower - how much boost?

Did you strengthen the stock LS3 block in any way ?

Also, I will ask you guys the same question as everyone else - what upgrades did you make to the trans/driveshaft/diff and axles? We are all trying to see what really works.

Thanks.

WickedHp 03-30-2010 07:16 PM

Hello everyone,
Here is some answers for you guys, hope this helps.

1)The smoke from under the hood at the end of the run comes from the breather system that is not finished yet. The cause is when you let off the throttle after a hard run the rings will unseal for a split second causing blowby until they recover from the major change in cylinder pressure. We have a solution for this, just have to finish it.

2)I believe the boost is in the 14-16 psi range right now, but i have'nt checked it since we changed pulleys. I want to tune it all the way to 7500rpm first. The 896 run is only at 6000rpm. The 850hp/710tq run was with 12 psi. This engine is extremely efficient so it takes less boost to achieve a big number.

3)The fuel system is a custom system we are working on utilizing the stock pump system as a balance system. We use an eliminator pump for the engine. We are using the eliminator because we will most likely put 250 worth of nitrous on our car when we finished with everything else.

4)The block is a stock ls3 with some internal modifications that we do in house. The drivetrain is all bone stock right now as i wanted to find some limits for our own knowledge. So far with hard street driving and some 7500rpm wot launches in 2nd gear off the clutch we have had no problems. I will let you know when and how we find the limits. For now good job gm.


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