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Old 05-02-2011, 11:17 AM   #1
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Greetings from Denver,

New to the forum..Great wealth of info here Looking for some insight from any Denver area vette owners for a quality shop. Just purchased a 07 Z51, and I'm looking for a cam and header install.
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Welcome to the forum!

Don't have an answer for you. But you might get better response by also posting your question in the regional forum:

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/mountain-prairie-46/
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Thanks,,I wasnt even aware of the regional forum.
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Under Pressure in the Springs would be a best bet. They are a forum vendor and sell anything you could think of for C5's and C6's.

Low end power, cam, heads, exhaust.

Next up is a stroker for up to 600rwhp....way better TQ than the E-Farce space heater. A 416 installed and tuned with your other motor parts is about 8k turn-key.

Top end to 1000rwhp is S/C or twin turbo. We use ECS S/C's. It seems that anyone who goes for a ride in one of the twin turbo cars stops asking about supercharging.

Also available: meth injection, real fuel systems, E85 conversions, and nitrous.

In house load bearing dyno (all wheel drive dyno). Tuning for any platform you can think of. They even added a turbo to a hyundai and nitrous to a minivan (you never know)....AEM stand-alone computer.

(719) 575-0202 1739 S Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80916

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E-Farce space heater.
Can I borrow this saying?
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Old 05-03-2011, 11:45 AM   #6
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Under Pressure in the Springs would be a best bet. They are a forum vendor and sell anything you could think of for C5's and C6's.

Low end power, cam, heads, exhaust.

Next up is a stroker for up to 600rwhp....way better TQ than the E-Farce space heater. A 416 installed and tuned with your other motor parts is about 8k turn-key.

Top end to 1000rwhp is S/C or twin turbo. We use ECS S/C's. It seems that anyone who goes for a ride in one of the twin turbo cars stops asking about supercharging.

Also available: meth injection, real fuel systems, E85 conversions, and nitrous.

In house load bearing dyno (all wheel drive dyno). Tuning for any platform you can think of. They even added a turbo to a hyundai and nitrous to a minivan (you never know)....AEM stand-alone computer.

(719) 575-0202 1739 S Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80916
Wow a Colo Springs Vette shop? I was completely unaware of this!
I might have to stop by and see one of these turbo monsters some time.
Thanks for the post as I figured Id have to venture to Denver or another state to get any word done
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