so in the link at the bottom of this page, Chevy announces that they've teamed up with vortec superchargers to give Z06 owners forced induction to compensate for the release of the new viper. this 6psi system the are offering adds 1350 HP for a grand total of 635 HP. Problem? the rest of the car remaining stock... you can't apply full throttle till 4th gear (read the article to see more about this).
Second problem? you added 130 HP for a total of 635. The viper will have 603 HP when released, but production hasn't officially began yet and there's nothing to stop Dodge form retuning their engine for more power before the official release.
But lets say they don't retune, and they fight fire with fire. So Chevy wants to start the FI wars, dodge will finish it. Because lts face it, when talking about FI, there's no replacement for displacement. you took the 6.7L LS7 and boosted it to 6 psi for 130 more HP. What the hell do you think is going to happen when dodge turns around and slaps a 6psi FI kit on 8.4 Liters thats already cranking out 605 HP? If you add the 130 HP your kit adds, you're now playing against 735 HP in a heavier car that can handle the extra HP better. But it won't just make 130 more HP, because its got an extra 1.7 liters of engine to add to it, so you'd be looking at closer to 200 extra HP.
Sorry Chevy, but you just started a fight you can't win.
Before anyone posts an idiotic comment about straight lines and all that BS. Let me remind you that the new 2008 Viper SRT10 comes with an all new independent rear suspension and on-the-fly tuning that rivals that of most cars in its tax bracket.
ADDITIONALLY.... for the "yeah but it can't turn" comment, i'll remind you that the 2006 Viper SRT-10 took home a time of 8:10 on the Nurburgring ... very respectable. (beats Z8, E60 M5, E46 M3, E92 335i... just in case you wanted to compare to BMWS)