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Back in 2010, the engineers over at Lingenfelter unveiled their Camaro SS LS9 package that offered an incredible 1,234 hp. Their back this year for the 2011 Camaro5Fest with a variation of the same tuning program. The Camaro SS will get a revised Pedders/Lingenfelter drag race shock absorber package, plus a 427 CID LSX power unit.

Other goodies include Lingenfelter CNC ported GM LS3 six-bolt cylinder heads, a strain gauged shifter, a face-plated TR6060 Trans by RPM Transmissions, along with an LPE 2-step shift torque cut. As you can see from this video, these upgrades have already been tested on the Dyno and were able to do a WOT 3-4 shift with both stages of nitrous, tuning both the initiation and duration of the torque cut.

The test was accomplished in vehicle simulation mode, while producing more than 1,200 rwhp @ 7,200 rpm.

Source: TopSpeed

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A couple of days ago US based Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has announced the first details about their future engine upgrades and body kit for the 2010 Chevy Camaro. The Lingenfelter body kit will include new front fascia and rocker extension, front Splitter, grille bar insert with wire mesh texture, new hood with air extractors, rear deck lip spoiler, rear fascia extension with exhaust tips and new rear tail lamp panel. As for the engine upgrades, there will be five packages available, each one boosting the power output and torque up to 550 hp (550 lbs-ft), 570 hp (570 lbs-ft), 650 hp (600 lbs-ft), 750 hp (685 lbs-ft) and 800 hp (800 lbs-ft). Extra details about the power upgrade packages after the jump. There were no procing details released, but we’ll probably get them closer to launch date, later summer.

Photo Gallery: 2010 Chevrolet Camaro body kit by Lingenfelter


Post tags: Tags: aftermarket, Chevrolet, chevrolet-camaro, lingenfelter, Tuning