WEAPON-X: Billet LT4 Supercharger Lid [Camaro ZL1, Corvette Z06, CTS V]
Vendor: WEAPON-X Motorsports
The WEAPON❌ Billet LT4 Supercharger Lid replaces the factory supercharger lid on GM LT4 Superchargers for a quick and clean install reuses the OEM gaskets. This made in the USA billet lid not only makes that glorious supercharger whine much louder when you're on the throttle, but is also contoured internally to improve boosted airflow allowing increases up to 25HP! It can be machined so you can add nitrous and/or water methanol injection systems later if desired. Customer may need to space strut bar on CTS-V to clear the taller lid.
Both proudly made in Cincinnati, OH USA!
Consider adding billet valve covers with the lid to really make that engine bay pop and also add better options for PCV routing and eliminate blown seals.
Valve Cover Info:
Valve Covers are one of the most overlooked upgrades on the modern LT engine and this solution will add both looks and performance to your car, whether your goal is show or go! The new billet WEAPON-X Valve Covers are what you're looking for! They're fully customizable in both powder coat color to match your paint or add accents as well as even being able to have them custom engraved! We have an improved PCV outlets for higher HP applications as well as the very important internal baffling that none of the competition retains, which increased the oil blow by from your engine, furthering the oil drawn into the engine, which robs you of air flow and ultimately horsepower as it pools and can foul your plugs.
- Options up to -12AN fittings for PCV lines
- Clearance for larger rockers, like the Harland Sharp 1.8 Roller Rockers
- Coil Pack bracket to mount them above, or you can omit and hide them
- Retains factory o-ring seal for gasket seat to cylinder head
- CNC Billet Oil Cap
- Customizable Colors
- Customizable Engraving option
To discuss your custom options, contact us today! 513-662-4400 or email email@example.com
Can take 2-3 weeks if not in stock, custom engraving can add up to 2 weeks.
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