2.4 Solstice into the 14ís, 13ís, 12's...and soon 11's!
2007 SEMA Show Standout
Hahn RaceCraftís Soul Food Solstice takes Ecotec engine
performance to the next level, showcasing this capable
engine series in a serious performance roadster.
The car is built from the ground up to run as well as it
looks. The two-tone paint, expertly applied by Rick
Bottom Custom Motorsports, accentuates the lowered
stance. Huge brake upgrades at all four corners make
sure the whoa is as ample as the go. The 19 x 8 inch
wheels and the Dunlop SP9000 street radials keep things on track
during spirited cornering, perfectly augmenting the
upgraded coil-over shocks. The slightly narrowed front
track makes for a subtly aggressive staggered stance.
The centerpiece of this mouse that roars is its engine
compartment. As an ongoing test bed for Bill Hahnís
considerable Ecotec turbocharging prowess, the car has
been fed a steady diet of boosted steroids. Development
of higher-powered iterations of the Hahn Solstice
turbosystem occurs here, and as much as 380 wheel
horsepower has been achieved on the stock VVT 2.4L
The spent unleaded fuel makes its way through a
high-flow catalytic converter on its way to a 2.5Ē
stainless steel exhaust system. Power flow is handled
by a heavy-duty clutch.
This car was the first Solstice to run the ľ mile in the
14, 13, and 12 second zones on its stock 2.4 liter Ecotec.
Itís romancing the 11 second zone as we speak, with a
best ET to date of 12.00 seconds at 117 MPH on street
Special thanks to General Motors and Rick Bottom Custom
Hahn RaceCraft Stage IV
Hahn RaceCraft MaxFlow
Corsa stainless steel
Hahn RaceCraft heavy duty
Konig Privat alloy wheels
Dunlop SP9000 tires
SSBC big brake kit
Eclipse audio system
Eibach Coilover System
Razzi Ground Effects