Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is one of the best Camaro tuners in the world. So when you put that and the fact that the 2011 SEMA Auto Show is fast approaching, you really couldn’t have one without the other, right?
That’s precisely why Lingenfelter will be bringing a number of Camaros to SEMA with one being this L28 Camaro scheduled to compete at the 2011 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational.
To get this Camaro in tip-top competition shape, the Lingenfelter Camaro comes packed with modifications, including a modified LPE LS7 engine that produces a walloping 681 horsepower at 6,700 rpm and 588 lb/ft of torque at 5,600 rpm, numbers that can easily be competitive without breaking a sweat. Adding to the new engine are plenty of LPE’s own goodies, including a dry sump oiling system, a dual disc clutch & flywheel, a power steering cooler, a twin fuel pump module with electronic control, American Racing headers, a Be Cool Radiator, and a custom side exit exhaust system from Magnaflow. The Camaro L28 also comes with an LPE 9.5" differential with 3.73 gears and a no pre-load TracRite GT helical gear limited slip out back with matching Driveshaft Shop HD 1400 horsepower axle shafts. The suspension set-up features an LPE/Pedders SportsRyder Supercar coil-over system, while LPE sway bars and a set of 20" Forgeline wheels complete the package.
Aesthetically, speaking the Camaro L28 will definitely stand out from the pack, thanks to Lingenfelter’s signature body kit - this includes a front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler - and Specter Werkes’ extractor hood. Inside, LPE did away with the standard seating arrangement and installed Corbeau TRS seats with five-point harnesses surrounded by an RPM six-point roll cage.
We’ve lost count on all of the amazing tuning packages that will be present at the 2011 SEMA Auto Show, but rest assured we’ll be there, cameras clicking away when the show opens its doors on November 1, 2011.