Pfadt unveils it's C7 "rocket," producing 580 HP, looking that it's home is "at the track." Pfadt offers the complete package you see above, as well as allowing C7 owners to choose from a long list of individual choices, including headers, cat back exhaust, aero package, LT1 tuning, five point harness, and it's extremely well-known adjustable coilovers.
For those who just want their aero trim package, quoting now from their web site, "The Pfadt C7 Corvette P58 Aero trim distinguishes your Corvette Stingray C7 from the rest of the pack. Made for all Corvette Stingray C7 models, this P58 Aero Package was developed with aerodynamic benefits but absolutely no sacrifice made for style. The materials used for manufacturing is aero-grade Carbon Fiber composites, and high-quality stainless-steel fasteners. OEM-fitment is the key to Pfadt Aero components, as there is not any "trimming" or modifying necessary to fit to OEM Corvette parts. The package includes the following: Vented Hood with exposed Carbon Fiber vanes, Lower Front Splitter, and Two Side Skirts
Items will be available separately soon after the kit is available. Expected availability will be late 10/13."
So far we've seen Hennessey and Lingenfelter share much of their C7 plans, and now Pfadt. We saw Callaway's beautiful C7 hood rendering; we are anxiously waiting for their complete reveal soon, probably within the next 30 days. There will be other C7 packages on the horizon, more options for those from whom GM's great 2014 StingRay is not enough.
And many, many believe that just four months, one day away is the January 12th Reveal of the 2015 Z06/7 Stingray, with its estimated 600 HP. We live in another "golden age of muscle cars," this time with 30 MPG highway capabilities, and the ability to corner like on rails. What's not to love!