The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35 fullscreen Fullscreen

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber

YouTuber AutotopiaLA, along with Frankie from P2 Fabrication based in Long Beach California take us on a tour of this Custom Truck

A 2007 Chevy Silverado pickup, which goes by the name, LOT Lizzard, is designed for pure performance, and with a supercharged V-8 crate engine, it produces over 700 horsepower.

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber
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P2 Fabrication, in Long Brach California, has modified a Silverado and they have clearly been influenced by prerunners, stadium super trucks, as well as other high-performance pickups. What they’ve ended up with, is a truck that can pull 11’s and donuts, all day long.

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber
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What makes this truck special is the 6.2 L B-15 Crate engine, which along with the LSA Supercharger produces 730 hp

The truck was originally outfitted with a naturally aspirated 5.3 liter V-8. It has been swapped for a 6.2 liter Chevrolet B-15 V-8 crate engine, when combined with the LSA supercharger, this engine now produces 730 horsepower at the wheel. It is mated to a 4L80 transmissionand features a custom stainless steel exhaust unit.

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber
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The truck sits atop 35" Continental Terrain Contact tires, which certainly add to it’s beefy appearance

With those kinds of numbers, this is a truck, that can be heard well before it can even be seen, with a deep and throaty roar from the exhaust complemented by the whine of that massive blower. All of that power is channeled through a set of 35-inch Continental Terrain Contact tires, wrapped around a pair of Procomp Beadlock wheels. They have no trouble spinning and burning as the truck speeds through the streets.

In the video, it can be seen that, when accelerating hard, the tires frequently slip and begin to smoke. It’s obvious that this pickup is purpose-built to handle the tight corners, extreme acceleration, and big jumps.

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber
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With the specs covered, Frankie from P2 Fabrication and YouTuber AutotopiaLA take this thing for a spin

As far as the looks are concerned, this Chevy Silverado’s modified appearance announces its sporty ambitions with a large bash plate up front, flared out fenders, and a flat-black grille. With the addition of Sparco Rev seats, the interior has also been transformed. A roll cage has been added for extra safety should this Chevy roll over while getting some air. Most of the dash though is intact, although the stereo has been swapped with a unit that is a tad bit more modern.

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber
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A custom front guard has also been added, which will come in handy while dune bashing with this mega truck

Other mods on this Silverado include an upgraded Ridetech suspension, made up of a Sport Truck four-link configuration, as well as coil-overs in the back in place of the original leaf springs. Surprisingly, the stock calipers were retained, but the rotors have been with new drilled and slotted StopTech units.

The Lot Lizzard is an LSA Powered Silverado with 35" Rubber
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This 2007 Chevy Silverado packs 730 HP

The LOT Lizzard project combines the greatest components of a sports car, with the sturdiness, durability, and usability of a pickup. That LSA supercharger whine is addictive and sure does draw you in. I for one, can’t wait to see more of this truck in action.


Source: 730HP LSA Supercharged Chevy Silverado on 35" Tires | The Lot Lizzard

Khris Bharath
Khris Bharath
Khris is a classic car aficionado and adores his Jags and Alfas, although he keeps tabs on everything from super exotics like an old EB 110 to the latest from Lucid. Formula One is very close to his heart, and he diligently makes time to tune in for the Grand Prix on Sundays. Khris also loves his road trips and he prefers stick shift over an Auto any day.  Read full bio
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