EACH COMPLETE A&A SUPERCHARGER SYSTEM INCLUDES
Proprietary Vortech head unit in Si or Ti Trims (other sizes available)
Full width Ram Air Intercooler with replaceable scoop and mounting brackets
Large 4 ½” inlet duct with re-usable high flow filter
60# Siemens injectors (larger sizes available)
Racetronix or Lingenfelter fuel pump (03-04 uses Kenne Bell Boost a Pump)
38MM or 50 MM Raceport blowoff valve. (52 MM “Big Bubba available)
NGK TR6 spark plugs pre-gapped to .035”
Crank pinning kit with new OE bolt
Our superior bracket system with fully adjustable billet tensioner
Aluminum surround panels to enclose the radiator cavity
4 ply silicone hoses formed specifically to navigate the C5 engine compartment
Stainless steel “constant tension clamps” for secure connections
Mandrel bent polished aluminum MAF tube with bead rolled ends (black powder coat available)
Upper radiator brackets to support radiator, fan and condenser assembly.
Powder-coated top shroud
Hardware kit with vacuum hoses, fittings, screws etc.
Also included is a build sheet showing each part as it was boxed for shipping and initialed by our shipping manager.
C5 is a “Bottom Breather”. Incoming airflow is drawn in from under the car, rather than through a large grille opening as in later models. This requires a different approach as to how to get adequate airflow through the intercooler.
Just putting an intercooler in front of the radiator does little more than block the radiator. The factory shroud (that large plastic piece that slopes down from the top of the radiator to the front bumper) is gone, so what is there to force the air through the intercooler and radiator? Furthermore, with that shroud gone, what is there to stop the airflow from just going off into the fender wells on either side of the radiator as well as up into the bumper itself? The straight answer is NOTHING!
Ours is the ONLY system that looks at this problem and actually does something about it. We have CNC formed aluminum panels that seal this whole area off so the airflow is trapped in the radiator cavity and forced into the radiator. This approach helps engine cooling tremendously.
RADIATOR SURROUND PANELS KEEP AIRFLOW WHERE IT BELONGS