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2006 GeigerCars Corvette C6

The supercharged V8 delivers 524 hp and produces a peak torque of 469 lbs-ft. Thus equipped the two-seater - coupe or convertible - accelerates in just 3.7 seconds from rest to 60 mph and reaches a top speed of 201 mph.

The engine specialists of Europe’s leading tuner of American cars have developed a supercharger conversion for the six-liter V8 engine of the Corvette C6 that is available in two different versions: The GeigerCars.de SC 524 specification costs 23,371 euros, including installation and precision calibration on the test bench. This price includes the Eaton screw-type supercharger which is driven via a cogged belt directly by the crankshaft. It comes with an integrated water-cooled intercooler.

The conversion further includes a more efficient air intake system with two sport air filters and a special throttle, a stainless-steel high-performance manifold, metal catalysts and the GeigerCars.de stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system with four large tailpipes. Newly programmed engine electronics coordinate the optimal interaction of all new performance components. Special ventilation holes in the newly designed hood provide improved airflow in the engine bay.

With its 524 hp at 6,190 rpm and its peak torque of 469 lbs-ft the Corvette C6 with GeigerCars.de SC 524 Kompressor engine is among the world’s most powerful sports cars. And with a sprint time of 3.7 seconds from 0 – 60 mph and a top speed of 201 mph the sports car from Munich is also among the world’s fastest street-legal cars of its kind.



1 comments:

I thought that Geiger is into muscle cars, but now they had the convertible version of Chevrolet Corvette. In my opinion, the car is not that great. Since it is from Corvette, why is it that the acceleration reached 3.7 seconds?

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