Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is partnering with Superformance! Visit Booth # 2343 to check out the Lingenfelter Powered Superformance Grand Sport Corvette.
The Classic Auto Show is a brand new three-day celebration of all things automotive, paying tribute to the cars that graced our highways in bygone years and paved the way for the modern motor cars we see on the road today.
These three days will showcase the best of the classic and vintage motoring scene including the stars from Velocity’s biggest car shows, the best car clubs from across the US, and a huge range of brands including all your favorite American cars along with the best from the rest of the world.
Expect to see the rare and unusual, pristine and project cars, those that were loved and some that were hated, the car that your folks used to take you on your first road trip and the one that you learned to drive in – something for everyone automotive enthusiast!
Journey through the ages as you stroll along our Grand Boulevard lined with a unique automotive historic timeline, enjoy a mix of entertainment and expert advice in our Celebrity Theater, and explore the hall filled with car dealers, parts and service providers, and everything you need to keep on motoring.
Celebrity Ken Lingenfelter will be present himself!
Show Dates and Times:
Friday, January 27, 2017, 10AM-7PM
Saturday, January 28, 2017 9AM-7PM
Sunday, January 29, 2017 9AM-5PM
One man’s meat is another’s poison. Especially when it comes to tuning the engine and chassis for the ’strip. What works on one type of track might not work well on another. And either configuration might not work very well at all on public roads. What follows is an experienced race car builder’s account of how he tweaked a Torch Red 2003 Z06 for better hookup on the ’strip, dramatically different from the car’s performance on the street.
First, a bit of background on his race car creds. M.J. Redden, aka Junior, worked for some performance legends over the years, namely Don Yenko and Zora Arkus-Duntov. Junior cut his competition teeth in Stock cars in the late ’50s, running a 1957 Chevy. He went on to win 11 straight feature events at the Clinton Speedway, and took home both the Championship and Rookie of the Year trophies.
Read More: http://www.superchevy.com/features/1612-lingenfelter-2003-z06-vette-tuned-for-the-strip/
When one thinks of the biggest rivalries, thoughts can go to Red Sox-Yankees or Packers-Vikings (or Patriots and everyone else), but they are small potato’s compared to the rift between Ford and Chevy owners. Each owner is fiercely loyal to their brand, and take great joy in talking trash about the other guys product.
Back in 2014, when this Chevy Reaper was built, the Ford Raptor was temporarily out of production, so Chevy had an opening to tweak Ford, and they took it. Enter the then all-new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Reaper. Though in 2017 you can get one off the dealership floor, in 2014 the Reaper was a modified Silverado 1500 that was actually a joint venture between GM, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering and custom builder Southern Comfort, or SCA Performance.
Read More: http://www.fourwheeler.com/features/1611-2014-chevrolet-silverado-reaper-raptor-harvester/
Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has been invited to bring a little ruckus to the 38th annual Concours D’Elegance in Plymouth, Michigan.
Ken Lingenfelter himself, also a board member of Concours D’Elegance America, has been invited to show his personal 2007 Bugatti Veyron and 1996 Vector M12. But, Lingenfelter will also arrive with its 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS, which has been supercharged to produce 630 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. Keeping the Camaro company will be Lingenfelter’s C7 Corvette Z06, producing 720 hp after LPE’s stage one package.
Read more: http://gmauthority.com/blog/2016/07/lingenfelter-bringing-some-chevrolet-performance-to-38th-concours-delegance/#ixzz4FAJrqqdf
One of the hottest cars on the just-underway Hot Rod Power Tour is sure to be this Continental Extreme Yellow C7 Corvette.
The wild Corvette is the result of a collaboration between Continental Tire and the legendary Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
The one-of-a-kind Corvette will draw a lot of attention during the seven-cities-in-seven-days Hot Rod Power Tour, which kicked off Saturday in Baton Rouge, La., and ends Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
Read the complete story: http://www.corvetteblogger.com/2016/06/14/corvette-stingray-lingenfelter-continental-tires-joins-hot-rod-power-tour/
A partnership with Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (LPE) allows owners to consider engine options like never before. Supercharged, twin turbo or naturally aspirated engines can give your Kustom Corvette up to 1,038 horsepower…
Read the complete story: http://www.chevyhardcore.com/news/have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too-the-karl-custom-corvette-story/
The good folks in Bowling Green had barely finished pushing the first production C7 Stingray out the door before Lingenfelter Engineering Performance (LPE) snagged one for research and development. More than one, actually.
Indeed, while most people were still coming to grips with the Stingray’s rhomboid tail lamps, Lingenfelter’s engineers and technicians in Decatur, Indiana, had already yanked the car’s LT1 engine and were testing different camshaft grinds and ported heads on it…
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