Lingenfelter’s 710 hp Corvette ZR1 at SEMA

[VIDEO] Lingenfelter’s 710 hp Corvette ZR1 at SEMA

Lingenfelter's 710 hp Corvette ZR1 at SEMA

Cliff Cohen, GM Performance Parts, is joined with Ken Lingenfelter of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering at Spring Mountain Motorsports park prior to the start of the 2010 SEMA show. Ken brought out a 710 hp Corvette ZR1 and discusses some of the parts and performance know-how that is being licensed from Lingenfelter to GM Performance Parts.

According to Ken, one of the real keys to unlocking the performance of the ZR1 is the custom engine tune and calibration. My question regarding the tuning and calibration, is that something that can be licensed to GM dealers and do most dealerships have the technology and staff to be able to accomplish a tune worthy of the Lingenfelter brand? Weigh in with your comments below.


Source:
GM Performance Part’s YouTube Channel

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Not so impressive anymore. 2010 Camaro’s are doing well over 700hp. with just a few mods, and still costs a lot less than $100k.

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