Superlite SL-C

The Superlite SL-C was designed and engineered by a small group of dedicated engineers, designers and craftsmen. It never passed through a committee, and we didn’t make any Powerpoints while it was in the process of creation. That’s because we only needed to answer to our own vision of what the perfect Supercar would be.

And that is why the Superlite SL-C is so pure in line. And so technologically advanced.

Read about the Superlite car here:

Original Manufacturer Specifications

  • 164"

    Overall Length | 74" Width | 43" Height

  • 105"


  • 2,400lbs

    Weight (Typical)

  • 19.2

    Gallons (plus surge tank) | Fuel Capacity

  • 4.5"

    Ground Clearance | Depending on setup

SL-C Partners & Products

Tires, Wheels & Brakes

Racing Brakes
Stage 3 Plus Clutch System


Performance XR3 Seats
Sound deadening & heat resistant material


Firewall Grommets
Hardware (Nuts & Bolts)
LS7 Crate Engine
Exhaust system
Waste gates for twin turbos

Transmission & Drivetrain

Porsche Drivetrain
OS Superlock (Limited Slip Diff/LSD)


SL-C Supercar

From the Store

SL-C Episodes

  • The SL C's Hit the Road

    We’re back and taking it to the streets! Season 11 comes roaring back with a look at Super Lite Cars on the road and the track!

    January 07, 2017
  • Supercars, Kit Cars and the SL-C

    Stacey jumps into a project that's bound to get everybody talking...a SUPERCAR that will run with the Ferraris and Lamborghinis that are out there.
    March 19, 2012
  • Body Building the SL-C

    Quick...what is the first thing that comes to mine when I say, "kit Car"?
    March 26, 2012
  • Building Your Own LS7 - SL-C Project: Drivetrain

    If you have ever dreamed of walking into a place like GM, and building your own engine using all their tools and equipment, you have to catch this episode of GEARZ, because that is exactly what Stacey
    April 02, 2012
  • Ram 1500 Laramie - LS7 Twin Turbos

    Everybody knows that you can get almost anything you want on a new car or truck these days. The problem is, if you use your truck for work, “almost” just doesn’t get it.
    July 23, 2012