Originally Posted by KKreme15
Is it safe to say that the supercharger that will appear in the ZL1 is not he same as the one from the caddy?
GM stated it was a 1900, which is the same set CTS-V has now. The upper plenum is different, even though the upper plenums from ZR1, CTS-V, and I imagine ZL1 are interchangable. Some details to consider are the intercooler hose routing and cowl clearance. Anyways, it would be nice for GM to stuff the 2300 from LS9 onto LSA, but my hopes aren't high. Magnuson has posted that the 1900 rotor set is good to 800 horsepower, so there's still a fair amount of headroom and you gotta' know that GM isn't hardly leaning on it in the 9 psi boost it is with CTS-V.
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