SEMA 2009 Video Coverage: Lingenfelter TA Concept Car V8TV

http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - The crew at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering weren't happy that GM did not bring back the Firebird along with the 2010 Camaro, so they built their own version of a TA! This one is based on the 1970 SD original, featuring the white and blue color scheme, shaker hood, honeycomb wheels, and yes... a 455 cubic-inch engine. But this engine is not a big Pontiac.. it's a new RHS-block based GM GEN IV V8 making over 600 HP! Ken Lingenfelter and engineer tech Graham Behan show us the car.

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SEMA 2009: Holley's New EFI Systems V8TV
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SEMA 2009 Video Coverage: ARP Ultra Torque
ARP Ensuring your engine fasteners car properly torqued is a tough thing to do, especially since most lubricants can make for inconsistent torque readings. ARP launched their new Ultra Torque assembly lubricant to help engine builders obtain the correct desired clamping force levels quickly and with repeatability. Chris Raschke explains.





SEMA 2009 Video Coverage: Lingenfelter ZR1 Corvette V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 -I think we all agree that the new Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is an awesome car, with its supercharged LS9 engine and race-car suspension and brakes. However, the team at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering knows how to free up additional performance, and they were able to make a new ZR1 run a 10.02 second quarter mile without modifying the stock LS9! Ken Lingenfelter and engineer tech Graham Behan show us the car.





"Lime Time" Camaro - SEMA 2009 V8TV Video Coverage
http://www.v8tvshow.com - John Wargo and the Custom Shop crew transformed this bright green Camaro from a pile of parts to a SEMA show car in just 6 weeks. Here's the scoop on the car, from the GM LQ9 V8 Engine to the trick Sony Stereo, and the glittery green paint.




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