Turbocharged Chevy Tahoe Is A Ridiculous Project Car

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This ridiculous American-made SUV shows a crowd of stunned on-lookers exactly what the Chevy Tahoe can do!

There is no doubt that, in recent years, the second generation Chevy Tahoe has become the favorite project SUV for anyone looking to build a mighty, fun, and practical vehicle on and off the road. Whether it's for the excellent design, which recons back to the second and third generation C10 pickup, or the intense engine options, these trucks are a lot of people's dream build. Some of those engines mentioned above options are the 4.8-liter V8 and the 5.3-liter V8, which are very popular within the Tahoe market. The 5.3-liter V8 is particularly iconic for its overabundance and powerful internals.

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That is the same engine that powers this incredible 757 horsepower Chevy Tahoe has performance written all over it. While it may seem crazy that a simple 5.3-liter Vortec can make such a ridiculous power number, it isn't just that powerhouse that pushes the limit. Instead, the motor is assisted by a massive turbocharger system running an insane 19 lbs of boost. Without much effort, this Tahoe can make a thunderous exhaust sound at idle. However, the real magic starts at acceleration when this thing begins screaming like a bat out of hell.

One of the craziest things about this incredible SUV is that all of those 757 wild ponies are going to the wheels. That means that this has a tremendous advantage over many other +700 horsepower vehicles and makes sure that you can smoke that Hellcat that just pulled up next to you. The sleeper look is critical to this vehicle, although it is lowered quite a bit and does feature an intercooler sticking out of the front bumper. Essentially the idea behind this build was to make an excellent and unexpected build that took the good looks and incredible power of an American SUV and added some sweet turbocharged action.

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