If the standard Z06’s 1740cc supercharger isn’t big enough for you, Callaway will build you one with a 2300cc unit that rises the horsepower figure to 757 and the torque to 777 lb-ft. Because the Corvette Z06 just didn’t have enough power stock, right?
Callaway calls that little badge the "SuperRay". (I'd have called it the "CallaRay", myself.) It's stuck on the fender of the company's new Corvette SC627, and it typifies the sort of subtle detail-sweating we love Reeves Callaway's outfit for.
Which is faster: the legendary Corvette ZR1 of the '90s, or the twin turbo Callaway Corvette? The straight-laced folks at Motorweek went to find out.
We love the '80s and not just for Rick Astley, Members Only jackets and New Coke. All that's well and good, but what we really love can be described in one italicized, chromed plastic-emblemed word: TURBO. The 80's economy forced automakers to use weaker and smaller engines, so to boost power we all turned to…