2017 Chevrolet Corvette

Supercharger: F-1A-94

“A centrifugal blower makes a lot of sense in my world of road racing. It’s more efficient than a positive displacement blower for managing heat. My factory 1.7L blower would overheat all the time due to its small intercooler bricks, and I even have the 2017 model with the upgraded bricks and lid. It didn't matter since my intake air temps (IATs) were crazy high on track days. With a ProCharger I could even go air to water and run ice during laps and also had the ability to run a much, much larger intercooler.”

After RWHP:


Intercooler: yes

Transmission: 7-speed manual

Modifications and Additional Specs:

Michael built his 2017 Corvette with a TSP 416ci stroker motor with an F-1A-94 ProCharger supercharger for both street driving an occasional road course action. He replaced the factory positive displacement supercharger and intercooler with ProCharger parts for more efficiency and to raise the power curve for help with corner exit control. The car is a 7-speed manual with a Mantric triple-disc clutch and runs 18-inch wheels with M/T ET Street tires on the street "to be a little more safe."