Fits all C6 Corvettes! 2005-2010. Make a "Beeline" down the 1/4 mile with Halltech's Beehive™ Heat Shield Cold Air Induction. Featuring easy pop-in installation, black OEM finish and very minor cutting, this simple add-on mod will bring another 15 HP to your Z06 or C6 when on the road or track by keeping hot engine heat out of the intake. Halltech's all new Beehive™ Ram Air Induction is a simple heat-shield designed to isolate the Super Bee™ filter from underhood heat, but also rams massive amounts of cold dense air into the Beehive™ filter through two optional cutouts on the lower radiator deflector shield that will feed cold air to the sides of the Super Bee™ filter. The stock Z06 NACA duct feeds the top of the filter, which for those that prefer not to cut their radiator shroud, will be sufficient to bring cold air into the Beehive™. Bee Cool!
Fits all C6 Corvettes! 2005-2010. Make a "Beeline" down the 1/4 mile with Halltech's Beehive™ Heat Shield Cold Air Induction. Featuring easy pop-in installation in a black OEM finish. This generic version has no precut feature, allowing you to trim-to-fit for any application, bringing an additional 15 HP to your C6 when on the road or track by keeping hot engine heat out of the intake.
HALLTECH TRIC RAM AIR INDUCTION SYSTEM (C7 Z06 & Grand Sport ONLY) DO NOT USE DURING RAIN-DO NOT TAKE YOUR CAR THROUGH CAR WASHES.This is the best modification you can add to your C7 Z06 to increase boost, thereby increasing horsepower. Preliminary track testing has shown that at 88 mph in second gear, you can expect 11.4 PSI boost and at 124 mph 12.1 PSI boost (Intake Air Temps are in parity with Ambient ). This is due in part to the high flow filter utilized on our Stinger-RZ, worth 50 RWHP on its own. The TRIC brings huge volumes of cold dense air directly into the F-panel cavity where otherwise the stock system uses vacuum to draw air from the bottom of the front end. We effectively steal the airflow that the factory directs at the front right rotor for road racing. By drilling a few holes, our TRIC system will allow you to still utilize that airflow, but it will divert a large amount of the airflow into the airbox. For high boost application, we would keep the rotor duct blocked off. We have not tested this system in road racing yet to see the effect of this airflow diversion on the right rotor cooling, so if you road race, you might want to pass on this mod. Rain is an absolute no with ram air systems. If you live in areas where it rains a lot. Just pass on this mod. Car Washes have the same issues. Some stats: IAT 1 runs in parity with the Ambient temps most of the time. degrees more than ambient. IAT2 +15 degrees. Very minimal knock retard was seen in our testing, even at 12.1 PSI at 125 mph. Our Z06 is completely stock, using pump 93 Octane, and has 7000 miles on our Stinger-RZ.
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