Complete Street Performance has been working on this Twin Turbo C8 Corvette Setup for a very long time and now its perfect. No Check Engine Lights, No Shenanigan’s. This setup will be emissions legal and still add 200+ RWHP to your base model C8! Its the perfect daily driver with no drawbacks, and here’s my honest review of it. It delivers 650 Horsepower to the wheel.
They made this Twin Turbo set up so its seamless and to make sure there are no check engine lights and everything works perfect like launch control and no compromise.
Also, they will be offering a Stage 2 Twin Turbo Kit with upgraded Dodson clutches similar to Cicio Performance in Atlanta.
They are launching their first 5 production kits and they passed emissions.
Does the CSP Twin Turbo C8 Corvette Pass Emissions?
Today we take our Twin Turbo C8 Corvette to our neighbors Automotive Intelligence to do a thorough PA Emissions Test with no gimmicks. Our goal was to design the setup to be 50 state legal. Does it pass the first hurdle?
Check out this video by Cicio Performance where they go into a detail and explain how they created their Twin Turbo C8 Corvette with a piggy back Motec ECU and Extreme Turbo Systems Turbo kit set up and Dodson clutches.
Hey Guys! Were happy to announce that the Twin Turbo C8 package is now available from Cicio Performance!
This is one of the first purchasable twin turbo kits for the Corvette C8 that doesn’t compromise any of your OEM drivability/creature comforts.
We partnered with ETS to make this proprietary twin turbo kit the best it could possibly be. The car runs on a MoTec piggyback paired with the Dodson clutch upgrade and makes just over 850whp and 750tq.
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Check out this video about the 900HP Cicio Performance Twin Turbo C8 Corvette.
Per The Racing Channel Video description about Cicio Performance 900 Horsepower Twin Turbo C8 Corvette
On this episode we feature Nathan Cicio’s Twin Turbo C8 Corvette! Normally when we’re hanging out with the Cicio Performance crew we’re talking incredibly fast street GTR’s making upwards of 2400WHP, this time we take an in-depth look at their new C8 shop car that’s pushing north of 900WHP on the factory engine.
Check out this video release of the new Vengeance Racing C8 Twin Turbo Kit.
Per Vengeance Racing in Georgia
The C8 Corvette shocked the world with it’s blistering acceleration of 0-60 in 2.9 seconds with a mere 495 horsepower, a feat that is very respectable in itself. Imagine taking that speed to new heights while having one of the most sought after modifications outfitted on your C8. Turbo systems have been used in the automotive industry for decades now and are a tried and true option for increasing horsepower and efficiency.
The teams at Huron Speed Products and Vengeance Racing have joined forces to create a direct-fit, bolt-on twin turbo system for your C8 Corvette that will surely launch your driving experience above and beyond your wildest expectations. Offered exclusively through Vengeance Racing, this kit was created to provide a comprehensive turbo charging solution that offered the highest quality components and optional upgrades. Not only does this turbo system allow for massive power increases, but the sounds created as a biproduct of adding a turbo system will leave you as the envy of the streets.
Check out this informational video we created highlighting our new kit and the components that comprise it. Available in our online store, this kit is ready to find a new home under the hatch of your C8 today!
Feel free to give our sales team a call or e-mail with any questions regarding this turbo system. VENGEANCE RACING Address: 241 Castleberry Industrial Dr, Cumming, GA 30040 Phone:(678) 513-7105 Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm WEBSITE http://www.vengeanceracing.net
If you check out this thread of Emelia Hartford’s C8 Corvette you can see the progression of her C8 Corvette from stock, to Twin Turbo, to blown engine all the way to Peitz Performance, Sheepey Race, and Whistln Diesel meeting up and her C8 Corvette hitting over 1000HP
The multi-national technology company integrated its FT600 engine management system with the factory ECU (PCM) and TCU (Transmission Control Unit) to create a seamless solution for ultimate control over the twin turbocharged LT2 engine combination without hacking into the factory ECU.
Here is the story behind the project as FuelTech blends its championship-winning, record setting electronic technology into the C8 Corvette. In the video Anderson explains FuelTech’s highly successful drag racing programs in Sport Compact and the domestic-based door-slammer segments. It is through that success—at the highest level of motorsports—that has prepared the company’s PowerFT engine management systems to be capable of piggybacking on to one of Chevrolet’s most advanced vehicles in its line-up.
Beginning with a clean sheet of paper wasn’t easy but worth the efforts since FuelTech will be building a user-friendly plug-and-play setup for speed shops and enthusiasts.
FuelTech is proving it is more than just a motorsports technology company as it expands into the street market and integrates with OEM electronics. It is the reason you’re seeing #FuelTechEverywhere
WHEELS UP for FuelTech Twin Turbo C8 Corvette in 2nd Trip to Drag Strip!
Nearly two months ago FuelTech shocked the late-model Corvette world by cracking off 1,075 whp from its twin turbocharged C8 Corvette.
Last month the team got on track and rushed into the 9-second barrier with an awesome 9.72 at 146 mph at Virginia Motorsports Park.
But they were just getting started—last week Anderson Dick pushed the FuelTech C8 Corvette even further into the 9s with a best of 9.61 and 148 mph during a private track rental at South Georgia Motorsports Park.
The 60-foot times are impressive with a best of 1.38, thanks to leaving on nitrous and the sticky Mickey Thompson ET Street R drag radials, which are mounted on a pair of Belak wheels.
The main goal of the C8 Corvette is to develop EFI technologies while showing the versatility of the PowerFT line of engine management systems. The EFI setup on the FuelTech C8 Corvette features a custom jumper harness that allows a FT600 ECU to control fuel and timing in this twin turbocharged combination. The internal boost controller and power management options allow Anderson to custom program the power curve, which is a critical function in getting the vehicle to perform properly on the drag strip.
The OEM powertrain control unit forces the team to modify the shift procedures, transmission pressure controls, and the clutch adjustments. The team made huge strides this outing with multiple 9-second runs and three jaunts into the 9.60s, but there is more work to be done. The team also relies on the FT600 data logger to record factory sensors at a high sampling rate in addition to an assortment of FuelTech sensors. The Corvette employs two WB-O2 Nano meters that monitor the air/fuel ratio through Bosch LSU 4.2 sensors in the exhaust. Other sensors wired into the FT600 include backpressure canister, 0-150 psi pressure sensor to monitor the port fuel injection, two backpressure sensors for each turbocharger as well as turbocharger speed sensors.
Anderson also added two FuelTech EGT-4 kits, which allows individual cylinder EGT monitoring for all eight cylinders, aiding in complete data collection and engine safety. New for this track outing was the addition of a Nitrous Outlet laughing gas kit with the goal of getting the Corvette to run quicker 60-foot times. And if you’ve watched the video, it was mission accomplished as Anderson yanked the driver’s side front wheel off the ground at the drop of the green! The FT600 includes a Pro Nitrous controller, allowing Anderson and his group to bring in the nitrous quickly and shut it off as the Garrett turbochargers start to reach peak boost at 21 psi.
An Aeromotive fuel system supplies VP Racing Fuels M1 methanol to a second set of fuel injectors, all controlled by the FT600, and can provide ample fuel volume for boost and nitrous usage. If you are just checking in on the FuelTech C8 Corvette, a brief overview shows it has two Garrett G35-900 turbochargers mounted topside that provide plenty of boost to the fortified LT2 engine. Simplicity reigns in this engine compartment—the turbo kit doesn’t have an intercooler due to the use of methanol fuel to help cool the incoming air.
Late Model Racecraft’s Steve Fereday, who was also on-hand to enjoy the barrage of 9-second runs at South Georgia Motorsports Park, inspired Anderson to build this turbo combination. The only drivetrain modifications has been the addition of a Dodson clutch and GForce Engineering rear axles. In all, the team made 14 runs at South Georgia Motorsports Park as they develop strategies to get the best and most consistent performance from the complicated platform. They left the famed drag strip with a glove box full of 9-second time slips, including three in the 9.60 range. From a mid-9 second late model Corvette to winning championships and setting records at all levels of motorsports, that is the reason you’re seeing #FuelTechEverywhere
So now they are working on making TJ Hunt’s Twin Turbo C8 Corvette go as fast as possible with a ECU, fuel system, and needs upgraded clutches.
All this work on a base model C8 Corvette just doesn’t seem worth the hassle especially with the new Tesla Model S Plaid coming out the box straight from Tesla and doing low 9s with no mods, issues, just battery electric powered.