Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray HPE750 Supercharged Upgrade

HPE750 Supercharged Upgrade

2014 – 2019 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray & Grand Sport


• 751 bhp @ 6,300 rpm
• 734 lb-ft torque @ 4,000 rpm



• 0-60 mph: 3.0 sec.
• 1/4 mile: 10.7 sec. @ 131 mph
• Top speed: 202 mph


HPE750 Supercharged Upgrade Includes:

• High-flow supercharger system running 7 psi boost.
• 1.75-inch stainless steel long-tube headers.
• Stainless steel mid-pipe exhaust upgrade.
• High-flow catalytic converters.

• CNC Ported Cylinder Heads ports- Competition valve job, extensive flow testing, chambers milled to desired cc.
• Lightweight hollow stem intake valves, exhaust valves.
• Extreme duty dual valve springs.
• Titanium retainers, machined locators & locks, GM valve seals.
• Chamber volumes measures & adjusted for compression.
• CNC work hand blended into valve job, spring pressures measured & adjusted for camshaft.
• HPE hydraulic roller camshaft upgrade.
• Hydraulic lifter upgrade.
• Extreme duty pushrod upgrade.

• HPE engine management upgrade & chassis dyno calibration.
• Professional installation
• All necessary gaskets & fluids.
• Chassis dyno testing.  You’ll receive a before & after dyno graph report showing power and torque measured at the rear wheels.
• Road testing (up to 200 miles).
• Hennessey exterior badge (rear).
• HPE750 Powered by Hennessey badges (side & rear).
• Supercharged badges on hood.
• Hennessey HPE750 serial numbered plaque signed by John Hennessey (interior).
• Hennessey HPE750 serial numbered plaque signed by the HPE technician who builds you car (engine bay).
• Powered by Hennessey premium floor mats.
• Serial numbered Certificate of Authenticity personally signed by John Hennessey.
• Free lifetime membership in the official Hennessey Vehicle Registry (HVR).
• 3 Year / 36,000 mile limited warranty.
• Shell V-Power 93 octane gasoline.
• Pennzoil Ultra Platinum synthetic oil & filter change.
Call Hennessey Performance for pricing and turnaround time details.

* Estimated power ratings at the engine.  Actual power will be measured at the rear wheels, before and after the upgrades are installed and tuned.  Rear wheel horsepower and torque figures are approximately 15-20% lower than the factory published power figures which are measured at the crankshaft on an engine dyno.

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