UKGT500 Posted March 25, 2014 Report Share Posted March 25, 2014 Just as the question says really: to get a 2007 GT500 up to the same power output as a 2013 stocker what would be a sensible way to go about it? I know it can be exceeded but I'm just interested in equalling it for the sake of it. At present I have a 2007 with a recently added Stage 2 kit from Brenspeed. I haven't dyno'd it yet but it should be going on a hub dyno soon. I will say this: believe it or not it seems to keep up with a friend's 2008 Z06 which I am quite pleased about. TBH it feels a hell of a lot more responsive and quicker than stock as it is. Anyway: can it be done reliably with the stock blower? I am planning an intercooler upgrade though I guess that doesn't add power in itself. I don't really want to dig into the engine, i.e. change cams or anything like that. Headers also look like a proper pain to install to me. I am pretty competent mechanically but this is an expensive engine and a pretty pristine low mileage car(at present though the miles are going on ...)and I don't want to ruin it by messing up. I was really wondering if anything could reliably add power to what I have? Throttle body for example? I may not do this for a while but it would be good to have a plan. Thanks, Malc Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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