Aftermarket performance maven Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has more Camaro upgrades in store for the Camaro5Fest that takes place this weekend at the Firebird International Raceway in Chandler, Arizona.
The company will be bringing an 800-horsepower twin-turbocharged Camaro to the festival. The 2010 LS7 Camaro L28 package includes twin GT30R turbochargers in a 7.0-liter V-8 that has an 8.8:1 compression ratio, forged JE pistons, an air-to-air intercooler, a production GM LS7 crankshaft, titanium connecting rods, LS7 cylinder heads with titanium intake valves and Inconel exhaust valves, a Lingenfelter low-temperature thermostat, and custom Lingenfelter coil covers.
Other features include a Lingenfelter 6-bolt LS9 twin-disk clutch and flywheel assembly, Lingenfelter Camaro SS twin-pump fuel system with Lingenfelter pump controller, heavy-duty half-shafts from Driveshaft Shop, Brembo brake calipers and rotors, a CORSA stainless exhaust, Hotchkis suspension springs, anti-sway bars, and a subframe brace.
The exterior gets a front-fascia splitter, rocker extensions, a new hood with a functioning air inlet, a rear deck lip and spoiler, and a rear fascia extension. The car gets custom wheels, and Nitto 275/40ZR20 tires up front. There are Nitto 315/35ZR20 tires in back.
The sideview mirrors are unique, and the interior gets a custom steering wheel to go along with a unique rear view mirror with video display. There are CNC-machined pedal covers and an embroidered interior, among other goodies. There are also unique exterior badges that identify the car as a Lingenfelter.