Another of Lingenfelter’s modified Chevrolet Camaros has been penciled in to attend the 2011 SEMA Auto Show, earning more proof that the Chevy muscle car is definitely one of the favorite aftermarket tuning subjects.
This newest piece of work comes fully dressed in a Stealth clear Black paint finish with matching Fire red stripes from Wanda Paint. You only need to take one look at this creation to fall in love with it. Add a Lingenfelter Signature Series body enhancement package and a custom set of Lingenfelter Forgeline wheels wrapped in Nitto tires to the equation and the already mesmerizing muscle car gets even more dazzle and spunk.
But while the aesthetics are already drool-worthy, Lingenfelter’s work on this Camaro is best seen under the hood. With a supercharged L99 engine to work with, the American tuning firm added a Magnuson TVS1900 intercooler, a new fuel pump voltage booster kit, a Roto-Fab high-flow air intake, and a Corsa stainless steel exhaust system. In the process, the company was able to squeeze out 550 horsepower and 550 lb/ft of torque. Do the math and the increase from the standard stock’s 400-horsepower and 395 lb/ft of torque numbers is downright impressive.