Before we tell the tale of how three boosted LSx-powered superheros face off against one another for king of the streets, we should go ahead and say that we don’t condone street racing – it isn’t safe nor legal. Now with that out of the way, let’s take a closer look at the cars! We have a C6 ZR1 being challenged by a pair of 4th-gens; a WS6 convertible and a Camaro SS coupe staking their claim as the fastest car in this video.
The ZR1 is the 1320Video filmmaker’s personal car and it’s equipped with an undetermined array of bolt-on speed parts and a rich tune. As a result, the owner claims a reasonable 650 rwhp and we don’t doubt it.
The first opponent to the ZR1 is the Sketchy T/A; a 3800-lb. droptop WS6 packing 560 rwhp of ProCharged awesomeness. According to the owner who has a blurry face for the sake of privacy, it’s a D1SC with 11-psi., backed by a built T-56 and a Strange S60 rearend. The LS1 that the ProCharger is strapped to sports a fully-forged bottom end and a complimenting top end.
The Camaro utilizes boost as well; being built with a 6-liter foundation and an eBay GT42 turbo with 16-psi., pumping out around 650 hp thanks to a conservative street tune. The Camaro, like the Trans Am and the Corvette, is backed with a 6-speed manual.
So who wins? You’ll have to watch the video to find out, but we think it’s entertaining nonetheless. Spoiler alert: the GM car brings home the win!
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.