550 horsepower Camaro LS7 Concept debuts at SEMA

The Camaro LS7 Concept will highlight this year's SEMA show for the 2010 Chevy Camaro with it's 550 horsepower LS7 crate engine mated to a Tremec six-speed transmission.  The LS7 Camaro concept will also feature a Brembo four-wheel disc brake package, lowered ride height, custom 20-inch wheels, driveshaft safety loop and GM Performance parts exhaust system.

The LS7 crate engine uses a high-performance replacement camshaft from GM Performance Parts to help it produce approximately 550 horsepower. Complementing upgrades include GM Performance Parts-developed headers and air intake system that will be offered at the Camaro's launch in early 2009. The LS7 also is modified with a wet-sump oiling system; the production engine features a dry-sump system that requires an external oil tank.

More information and high-res photos on the Camaro LS7 concept after the jump...

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