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Old 06-18-2013, 08:06 PM   #1
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Redline Motorsports C7 Program on the move...

Well it may not be Camaro new now but it will when the 6th GEN Camaro is released here shortly.

We have been flat out in man handling the new E92 Controller which is the backbone of the future of performance improvements moving forward. Redline Motorsports is committed to be ahead of the technology curve which will include future Camaro models.

The C7 program, dubbed "Adrenaline Rush", which was released yesterday, will be powered by a direct injection twin turbocharged LT1 engine.


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Today we had our calibration mule vehicle on the dyno to prepare for the new engine controls. Its a 2014 1500 5.3L Pickup that uses the smaller brother to the LT1 engine..



Our 2014 Laguna Blue Stingray is "bayed for assembly" in the next week so we are ready to rock and roll when it arrives....

The 6th GEN car will be piece of cake after this.

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Old 06-19-2013, 02:06 PM   #2
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Definitely not taking away from your craftsmanship but 45,000$ for an extra 165hp? All set with that.
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Old 06-19-2013, 04:05 PM   #3
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Definitely not taking away from your craftsmanship but 45,000$ for an extra 165hp? All set with that.
It's more then 165 HP......its high quality "pre-preg" carbon fiber parts, custom forged wheels, one off mag ride coil overs and other items...stuff adds up quick. We have been getting inundated with calls in the last couple days so no sweat that your not the target buyer.

I only threw this here as in another year or so when we have master DI motors and they are powering Camaro's.......it will all make sense...

Thank You for your comment.

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Old 06-19-2013, 04:27 PM   #4
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OK. Definitely makes more sense when your talking carbon fiber parts wheels and high end suspension. Looking forward to seeing one in person. Keep it up!!!
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Old 06-19-2013, 05:00 PM   #5
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I'm curious to know as with ANY aftermarket air dams, spoilers etc. how does anyone know what benefit they have on a pre production car? Is it just a rough guess that it will be an improvement?

Not saying yours won't be. Just curious as to how anyone who doesn't actually have a C7 in house to test on would know.

The manufacturer has the ability to wind tunnel and track test theirs so how do aftermarket places do it?
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Old 06-19-2013, 07:13 PM   #6
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I'm curious to know as with ANY aftermarket air dams, spoilers etc. how does anyone know what benefit they have on a pre production car? Is it just a rough guess that it will be an improvement?

Not saying yours won't be. Just curious as to how anyone who doesn't actually have a C7 in house to test on would know.

The manufacturer has the ability to wind tunnel and track test theirs so how do aftermarket places do it?
Good question. The major function is that we are using the splitter to feed the intercooler for the turbo system. The design is also suttle enough that we don't feel like we are killing anything....especially since the C7 has no splitter at all.

We also have access to the CAD files that give us the working points that gave us a jump on our design....we can't do final fitment until we get our car which shouldn't be too much longer.

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