Toms River, New Jersey-based Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE) is pleased to introduce their new line-up of 50-state-emission-legal supercharged specialty vehicle models, based off the 2015 Chevy, GMC and Cadillac full-sized trucks and SUVs. Models included are the Sport Edition Silverado, Tahoe, Suburban, Sierra, Yukon, Denali and Escalade, along with off-road truck models providing up to 575 hp from a 6.2-liter engine or and 500 hp from a 5.3-liter engine.
This is the same company that’s been providing high performance specialty vehicle models to GM, its dealers and performance enthusiasts for over 20 years. From 1996 to 2002, they produced in excess of 50,000 4th Generation Camaro SS and RS models as a tier-one supplier to GM.
In 2010, SVE started producing the very exciting supercharged ZL Camaros, which they continue to offer in 2015. As a result of all their supercharger installation experience, SVE recognized the need for an OEM-quality full-sized truck and SUV supercharger, offering reduced installation time, improved performance and long term durability.
Not only is SVE’s all-new centrifugal supercharger emission legal in all 50 States, it also incorporates all of those great OEM features, which were developed through extensive design engineering and testing, resulting in OEM-quality installation, serviceability and great performance.
Key benefits of the SVE Supercharger include:
- Easy installation – Installs in 4 Hours. No need to remove the stock intake manifold, thereby maintaining great low-end torque
- Custom performance tune included
- Emission Legal in all 50 States
- Quiet operation under boost and during normal driving
- Retains Displacement-On-Demand (DOD) feature to maximize fuel economy
SVE’s new Centrifugal Supercharger Package for GM’s 2015 Full-Size Trucks and SUVs will impress you from the moment you start the engine to the first time you have to pass a slow moving vehicle on the highway.
For more information, contact Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE) at (732) 240-3696 ext.126 or visit www.specialtyvehicleengineering.com.
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