New Supercharger from Plymouth Township’s Street Legal Performance to Debut at SEMA Show


Plymouth Township-based Street Legal Performance, which produces an array of performance parts for General Motors, Ford, and Dodge, will debut its new SLP supercharger for Chevrolet’s LS7 7.0-Liter crate engine at the SEMA Show next week in Las Vegas.

“Street Legal Performance’s superchargers are designed, engineered, manufactured, and tested for high performance reliability,” says Greg Banish, powertrain development manager for SLP. “Initially we designed the package for about 650 horsepower, but you’ll continue to see us supporting applications that push even higher horsepower in the future.”

Banish says the supercharger will now be offered on the Chevrolet Camaro Z28. The upgraded racer will retail for around $72,000. He says the supercharger also works well for crate engine applications.

Other features of the supercharger package include SLP headers, X-pipe, axle-back exhaust system, short-throw shifter, and Forgeline wheels, along with a performance suspension.

At the SEMA Show, Street Legal Performance will also display a supercharger version of the 2015 Chevrolet Z28 Camaro as a tribute car benefitting Ride 2 Recovery, a nonprofit organization that works with veterans to restore hope and purpose. The vehicle will be auctioned off in January by Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale.

Street Legal Performance, founded in 1987, creates applications for vehicles such as GM trucks, Ford Mustang, Ford F-150, and Dodge Challenger, among others. In 2013, it signed a partnership with Roush Performance Products Inc. in Plymouth Township.