Showing off a Beautiful Intake Manifold

Some people are really great at building things out of metal, like Beck Mechanical for example.  See, waaaay back in 2006 “Nine Ball” on LS1Tech wanted the most awesome intake manifold ever (my words, not his) for his 427ci LS7.  Beck Mechanical made it happen. » Continue reading more of this post…

Colorado Speed Supercharged LS7 Drift Truck

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The guys at Hitman Hotrods and MBRP Inc. are building what appears to be the most awesome Chevy Colorado known to mankind.   As if tubbing and caging a basically new 2007 Chevy Canyon wasn’t cool enough, they went ahead and stuck a supercharged LS7 in it, backed by a T-56 6-speed.  Drool. Multipurpose racing with 1000 horsepower is the intention, and they appear to be on the right track.  Let’s see how it performs on the 1AAuto Blog Pure Awesomeness list:

- LS7 engine that has no business under the hood? Check!
- 1000 horsepower? Check!
- Manual transmission? Check!
- 10 second quarter mile times? Check!
- Massive front AND rear tires? Check!
- 6 (yes 6) Brake Calipers? Check!
- The stance of absolute perfection? Check!
- Ability to scare people with the engine off? Check!

625 HP LS7 Powered Pontiac Solstice.

You may not think anything could be more thrilling than the “Pants on the Ground” singing sensation General Larry Platt from American Idol last night, but there is in fact something far greater.  A simple internet link from a friend yesterday took me to some fresh pictures of an absolutely unreal Pontiac Solstice built by Stenod Performance.  One quick peek, and I was desperately clawing at my mouse craving more.  I mean who doesn’t need one of these? It could be the most perfect daily driver for any gearhead out there.  An LS7 with 625 horsepower and a dry sump setup, 6-piston Brembos, and coilover’s for that absolutely perfect stance.  Wrap all that up with a new tiny convertible Pontiac Solstice body, and you have an ultimate win.  It doesn’t even scream “arrest me”, so staying under the radar is even doable.  Stenod definitely built this car just right in my opinion.  I have to guess that when this car is in motion, the driver is laughing hysterically at how absolutely absurd it is. Well done.

I will shut up now, enjoy the eye candy, I know I did.