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2011 Chevrolet LS7 Camaro L28 by Lingenfelter

Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has never been shy when it comes to their packages for the Chevrolet Camaro . For these guys, it’s all about meat and muscle, and they’ll go through great lengths to pack whatever ounce of it they can put on the Chevy muscle car. Their latest project, one that comes with 800 horsepower, was proudly displayed at the 2011 Camaro5Fest in Chandler, California.

Judging by what they’ve put on it, this Camaro is one hell of a doozy.

Lingenfelter wanted to give the Camaro some mean power to with its bulging muscles. Thanks to a 7.0-liter V8 engine with twin GT30R turbochargers, the Camaro’s output was bumped all the way up to 800 horsepower with an 8.8:1 compression ratio.

Aesthetically speaking, the Camaro will come with a new front-fascia splitter, rocker extensions, a new bonnet with its own air inlet, a rear deck lip and spoiler, a new rear fascia extension, Lingenfelter badging, and a set of 20” Nitto tires on the front and back. Inside, the car gets a new custom steering wheel with a fancy rear view mirror with its own video display. There are also CNC-machined pedal covers to go with an embroidered interior.

Hit the jump to see the full list of gadgets put into this amazing Camaro.

Exterior

Chevrolet LS7 Camaro L28 by Lingenfelter

- New front-fascia splitter
- Rocker extensions
- New bonnet with its own air inlet
- Rear deck lip and spoiler
- New rear fascia extension
- Lingenfelter badging
- Set of 20” Nitto tires on the front and back

Interior

- New custom steering wheel
- Rear view mirror with its own video display
- CNC-machined pedal covers
- Embroidered interior

Performance

Chevrolet LS7 Camaro L28 by Lingenfelter

- Forged JE pistons
- Air-to-air intercooler
- Production GM LS7 crankshaft
- Titanium connecting rods
- LS7 cylinder heads with titanium intake valves and Inconel exhaust valves
- Lingenfelter low-temperature thermostat
- Custom Lingenfelter coil covers
- Lingenfelter Camaro SS twin-pump fuel system with Lingenfelter pump controller
- Lingenfelter 6-bolt LS9 twin-disk clutch and flywheel assembly
- Hotchkis suspension springs
- Heavy-duty half-shafts courtesy of Driveshaft Shop
- Brake calipers and rotors from Brembo
- CORSA stainless exhaust system
- Anti-sway bars
- Subframe brace

Chevrolet LS7 Camaro L28 by Lingenfelter


7 comments:

Yeah right! Well, I think the engine upgrade is the most interesting part for this Camaro. It seems so fun to drive with on that powertrain. Good thing as well that it has an impressive appearance.

Well, Bumblebee would really be happy that he received all those nice upgrades. Just take a look at those parts, they will really give the car a good boost.

Oh yes! Bumblebee is here! I like the aggressive look of this car I really love it though according to some , this car has a problem in torque and corner.

I will always love this car! The American muscle would always be so aggressive no matter how the aftermarket company done with it.

Wow, this one is definitely a unique looking Camaro. I ike how those white accents actually blend in perfectly with the yellow color, and those tires really look awesome.

Sick looking Camaro. The 1450hp NRE Camaro was there too. Nelson Racing Engines built a 388 LSX with twin turbos that makes 1450hp+ that bolts right into Gen 5 Camaros.

That would be Chandler, Arizona. Not California.

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