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    Corvette ZR1 battles 600awhp Porsche


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    That zr1 sounds insane!! Suprised it did so good. Do we know how much rwhp they put down in stock form?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by leo985i Click here to enlarge
    That zr1 sounds insane!! Suprised it did so good. Do we know how much rwhp they put down in stock form?
    I think it's like 550whp on a dynojet or something.
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    That's very impressive then for being 50whp short, but then I'd imagine the zr1 weights a bit left and the gearing is animal.
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    The zr1 mods
    ZR1 with pulley, headers, intake, tune, and Nitto NT05R

    This car made +650rwhp for sure!

    Not sure about porsche mods

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    I'm pretty sure theracingchannel ZR1 is also on E85 and making over 600wt but I could be mistaken
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    That zr1 also has injectors and e85. lol.
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    anybody know what tranny the Porsche has?

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    Porsche 997 Turbo with 600 all wheel horsepower takes on a 600 wheel Corvette ZR-1 from a 40 mph roll

    Pretty good race here between two cars both said to be making 600 horsepower to the wheels. The Porsche 997 delivering its power with twin turbo 3.6 liter flat-6 and the Corvette ZR-1 with a positive displacement supercharged 6.2 liter V8. Weight is in the ZR1's favor as the curb weight of the C6 ZR1 is about 3,344 pounds. Depending on what transmission is in the 911 Turbo the weight difference is between 200 and 250 pounds.

    The exact modifications are not listed but the 997 turbo has to have upgraded turbos and the ZR-1 some bolt on's. The ZR-1 may be sandbagging as the owner gives the 997TT the hit and is able to catch and pull. Definitely an impressive ZR-1 and the 997TT is no slouch.

    There is a bonus race where a C6 Z06 runs the ZR1 and is said to have some mild mods but the owner is REALLY sandbagging. Judge for yourself, great runs.

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    Cant wait until I own a race car.




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