PaxPower Debuts Jackal Chevrolet Silverado ZR2: Video3
PaxPower Performance Trucks in Houston, Texas is offering the go-fast goods to challenge the Ford F-150 Raptor and Ram TRX thanks to the debut of the latest Jackal Chevy Silverado pickups. The PaxPower Silverado Jackal is available on a wide variety of Chevy Silverado models, including the new Chevy Silverado ZR2, as seen in the following video.
“For the 2022 year and into the 2023, Chevy gave us a whole lot of new challenges,” says Ben from PaxPower. “New bodywork, new security for supercharger systems, and even a new model in the ZR2. We’re here to let you know that we’ve now overcome all of those challenges and ready to start building and delivering trucks.”
PaxPower will apply the go-fast upgrades to just about any model in the refreshed Chevy Silverado 1500 lineup, just so long as it’s in the Crew Cab / Short Bed body configuration. That includes the Chevy Silverado ZR2, which would make for a very fun rig with the right pieces applied.
Among those pieces is a new 3.0L Whipple supercharger, which, installed on the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, boosts output to 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, a major boost over the factory ratings of 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. Complementary upgrades include a Borla S-Type dual exhaust system, as well as the necessary ECU tuning.
PaxPower also has a variety of body mods available, including an aggressive widebody treatment that adds eight inches of width to the stance – something that would look particularly good on the new Chevy Silverado ZR2. Throw in a new steel bumper, a custom hood, massive BFGoodrich off-road tires, and a prerunner-style suspension upgrade with a six-inch wider track, and the PaxPower Chevy Silverado Jackal build is definitely something that would get noticed.
Check out the full debut video below for a taste of what’s on offer:
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Inspiring. How did they deal with the new locked ECU in order to tune it for the supercharger? The performance exhaust (unless headers were added) should have been handled within the tolerance of the original ECU programming, but the supercharger would definitely require a tune. Curious Tahoe owner here would like to know… did GM allow reprogramming or is a piggyback controller the solution here?
Brad, we have full supercharger support for 2021+ GM SUVs also, give us a call!
GM seems to leave out Chevrolet Silverado at the bottom.when it comes to luxury. Plastic wood inserts, while other auto makers have panoramic sunroofs. We have have only a sunroof. A small sliding window. I’m having to install an aftermarket panoramic sunroof just to add luxury to my 2017 Silverado