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    Xtra Supercharged SLS vs Katech Corvette Z06 (big cam, longtube headers, etc)

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    didn't know Akrapovic makes exhaust for C6 too.
    anyway that SLS must be so powerful, not too many cars can walk Z like that.

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    I raced the SLS at the event and lost with 5-6 cls.something i am happy with .
    That car was realy fast, a brand new car tuned by a Danish company to app 730 hp and 800 nm

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    didn't know Akrapovic makes exhaust for C6 too.
    anyway that SLS must be so powerful, not too many cars can walk Z like that.
    Akrapovic Z06 video
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    Would rather have a Weistec kit with twin screw vs archaic roots style blower, plus no canbus piggyback tuning to deal with either.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MHP LLC Click here to enlarge
    Would rather have a Weistec kit with twin screw vs archaic roots style blower, plus no canbus piggyback tuning to deal with either.
    What's the difference between roots and twin screw ? I used to think they were the same, I've learned they r different but have no idea what makes them different
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DD GT3 RD Click here to enlarge
    What's the difference between roots and twin screw ? I used to think they were the same, I've learned they r different but have no idea what makes them different

    For the most part, twin screw is more efficient, actually compresses air instead of 'moving' it and most OEM's use roots because its cheaper and easier to implement.

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    I know this is pretty obvious but...that SLS is really fast...wow
    his: _______________ hers: Mitsubishi Evolution X
    gone: R35 GT-R,
    C6 Z06, V2 CTS-V, E60 M5 SMG, CLK500

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    Sammy, if a video doesn't embed for you, just put [ video ] tags around it instead of [ url ] .

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
    For the most part, twin screw is more efficient, actually compresses air instead of 'moving' it and most OEM's use roots because its cheaper and easier to implement.
    This.

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