Long-time GM tuners Lingenfelter Performance Engineering have released full details for their 2010 Camaro performance and body kit. A maximum 800 hp is possible!
Indiana-based tuners Lingenfelter Performance Engineering have set their sights on the 2010 Chevy Camaro. The 30+ year old company has been known to mod out GM vehicles, including a Pontiac Firebird they turned into a Salt Flat racer.
Although that car was totaled after going airborne at over 200 mph, their Camaro is ready to be put through the paces. They offer five different engine trims, beginning with a "base" level 550 horsepower, 550 ft-lb torque supercharged monster. Other versions include a 570 hp / 570 ft-lb, and a 650 hp / 600 ft-lb variant. Step up to either the 750 horsepower, 685 ft-lb model, or the massive 800 hp with 800 ft-lb unit, and you get the benefit of a Chevy LS7 7.0-liter aluminum block engine. All models come with the TVS2300 intercooled supercharger, except the big boy.
The 800 hp unit uses twin liquid cooled true ball bearing turbochargers that are oil lubricated.
The list of engine modifications is rather impressive, and worth a read by opening up the press release below. It is not just the performance that gets a makeover. Lingenfelter also has their own body kit for the Camaro. This includes a new front splitter, front fascia with rocker extension, and hood with built-in air extractors. At the back you'll notice the rear fascia rebuild, new exhaust, rear lip spoiler, and new tail lamps.
Pricing was not listed for the 2010 Lingenfelter Camaro.