That Good Ol’ V8 Sound! 2017 ZL1 Camaro HPE750 Dyno Testing

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The first examples of a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 reached their owners back in ...

The first examples of a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 reached their owners back in December last year and some of these muscle monsters are now receiving aftermarket attention.

Perhaps the most Internet-famous 2017 ZL1 so far is Hennessey’s car and we are here to show you yet another episode involving the Texas-tuned machine.

Since a new ZL1 borrows the LT4 heart of the Corvette Z06, it didn’t take too long before a Lone Star State developer could give us the serious package for the vehicle.

The video below shows Hennessey’s 750 horsepower Camaro ZL1 doing its thing on the dyno. The soundtrack of the blown animal is music to our ears, and while still managing to stay withing reasonable street car limits – yep, you can daily drive thing without your ears bleeding.

And in terms of numbers, the update shown here takes the peak rear wheel output from 569 horsepower and 571 lb-ft of torque to 631 ponies and 651 lb-ft of twist.

More importantly for daily use, and we can talk about hefty gains across the board (think: 80 lb-ft of torque and 70 horsepower at the wheels).

Interestingly, a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 under the hood of the ZL1 doesn’t need all that much aftermarket attention to deliver a said output numbers.

The list of modes includes hardware changes such as the cold air intake and stainless steel long tube headers, together with the high-flow catalytic converters, as well as the mandatory ECU remap.

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