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Lingenfelter 750 HP Supercharged Escalade

Lingenfelter 750 HP Supercharged Escalade 1/4 drag strip testing at Muncie dragway nets a 12.83 at 109 MPH. For more information on this build go to lingenfelter.com/LPEforumfiles//showthread.php?t=823


 


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Lingenfelter 2005 C6 Corvette Twin Turbo 1,038 Horsepower @ Tires
Here is a video of the Lingenfelter 2005 427 Twin turbo C6 Corvette on the chassis Dyno before we left for the Motor Trend Magazine, June 2006 Strike Force standing mile shoot out. This car was putting down a blistering 1,038 HP at the rear wheels in this chassis Dyno test. Keep in mind this was not the maximum the car could produce but only our target horsepower. This car with street tires ran the standing mile in 27.2 seconds at 212 mph with traction being an issue, smoking the tires at 125 mph in third gear. For more information and a link to the Motor Trend Article this car is featured in go to www.lingenfelter.com/vehicles/featured/lingenfelter-2005-c6-corvette-427-ci d-twin-turbo-motor-trend-2006-shoot-out-car





Lingenfelter 660 HP LS7 Z06 Karls Kustom Corvette Startup
Lingenfelter, and Karls Kustom Corvettes out of DeMoines, Iowa teamed up to build this monster inspired by the mid-year C2 Corvette. Find out more about the LS7 in the first link, and Karls in the second link https://www.lingenfelter.com/engine-packages/corvette-1990-2012/c6-z06-ls7- 2006-2012/427-cid-ls7-660-hp http://www.karlkustomcorvettes.com/





Nissan GT-R vs. Hennesey Cadillac Escalade
Godzilla vs 6,000 lb. SUV: See what happens when a 2011 Nissan GT-R races the HPE1000 Twin turbo Cadillac Escalade. +1.979.885.1300 http://www.HennesseyPerformance.com http://www.TunerSchool.com





Lingenfelter 2006 C6 ZO6 Corvette 427 CID Twin Turbo Car & Driver 2007 Standing Mile
0-200 mph in 18.34 seconds on 93 octane pump gas. Standing mile in 25.12 seconds at 226.25. 1,100 HP rear wheel on 93 octane 1,300 HP rear wheel on race gas 23 psi Boost Based on horsepower and drag of the vehicle the calculated top speed would be roughly 300 MPH! Scroll to the last image at the bottom of the page to click on the video shot during testing May 7th, 2007 at Oscoda, MI - Oscoda-Wurtsmith Airport formerly Wurstsmith Air Force Base where the Lingenfelter C6 ZO6 Corvette 427 CID Twin turbo blasted down the 11,800 foot runway from a dead stop to a measured mile at 226.25 MPH! This Corvette is not a stripped down race car and still has the full interior, stock seats & air conditioning. The car still has the factory style independent rear suspension and could be a daily driver. The car is fitted with a Lingenfelter six point roll bar with side bar swing outs and Simpson 5 point harnesses. The tires used were standard production Michelin Pilot Sport PS2, mounted on HRE 840R series wheels.





Lingenfelter 1995 Corvette ZR1 Twin Turbo 850 RWHP ΒΌ mile testing at Muncie Dragstrip-Spring 2000
This is 1 of 4 Twin turbo Corvette's built by Lingenfelter in the late 90's, and the most powerful of the group due to larger turbochargers and additional engine components. In 2000 John Lingenfelter drove this Twin turbo ZR1 that was producing 850 rear wheel HP at Beech Bend Raceway Park, where he reached 153 MPH, @ 9.52 seconds. This video was shot @ Muncie Dragstrip in the spring of 2000 during testing prior to taking the ZR1 down to Beech Bend Raceway in Kentucky. For more pictures of this ZR1 which is currently on display at the National Corvette Museum along with 4 other Lingenfelter Corvettes go www.lingenfelter.com/vehicles/featured





Whippple Supercharged 2011 Escalade
This is a 2011 Cadillac Escalade that got a 2.3L Whipple Supercharger on 10 psi, CBI's custom ESAD II truck blower grind camshaft, DOD/VVT delete, ARH 1 7/8" headers, Yank 3000 multi-disk converter, Alky control Methanol Injection system and Injector Dynamics ID 850 fuel injectors. CBI Streetcars, LLC St. Louis, MO 314-952-9883 DSX ECM Tuning 314-322-3283





Lingenfelter 2014 Silverado 5.3 L TVS1900 Supercharger 13.89 1/4 Mile Dragstrip Pass
E92 calibration work has been ongoing for some time and the excellent performance and drivability of the Lingenfelter modified Magnuson TVS1900 supercharged Silverado reflect this. On Wednesday August 14, 2013 Lingenfelter took our Silverado to Muncie Dragway for testing that resulted in a best run of 13.89 at 100.07 MPH on pump 93 octane gasoline. For more information visit the forum on www.lingenfelter.com





HG Motorsports Hennessey Supercharged 2012 Cadillac Escalade HPE575
HG Motorsports installed Hennessey HPE 575 Supercharger Upgrade on a 2012 Cadillac Escalade. View complete build thread at the link below:





Fastest Escalade in the world.. WOW!!!
Damn 12.3 Holly SH*T





750 HP 427 Lingenfelter Supercharged Camaro
Watch this bad boy put down 700 hp and 709 ft. lbs. to the tire! The 700+ horsepower package includes the addition of our GT9 ZR1 Supercharger camshaft and Lingenfelter CNC ported ZL1 LSA cylinder heads. This package gives you additional power over our other Supercharger upgrade packages while maintaining a safe level of Boost & Supercharger RPM. The GT9 camshaft has an excellent sound quality and will not degrade the vehicles drivability or reliability. 700+ horsepower http://www.lingenfelter.com/engine-packages/Camaro-gen-5-2010-2012/Camaro-ss-zl1-mt-2012/Camaro-378-cid-zl1-supercharged-e ngine- Follow us on facebook and twitter





Lingenfelter 2005 H2 Hummer SUT 725 HP 427 CID Twin Turbo
This H2 Hummer is powered by a Lingenfelter 427 CID Twin turbo engine producing 725 horsepower & 730 ft lbs of torque. Lingenfelter Performance Engineering offers Twin turbo packages for most General Motors based SUV's.





720 HP Lingenfelter DI LT1 V8 w heads, cam & Magnuson TVS2300 supercharger
Lingenfelter Performance Engineering supercharges the new GM Gen V direct injection LT1 6.2L V8 engine. Engine is equipped with LPE ported cylinder heads, prototype camshaft and Magnuson TVS2300 C6 Corvette jackshaft style Supercharger system adapted to the LT1. 3.2" pulley, stock damper and 1:1 rear drive ratio results in 15000 RPM max Supercharger speed. Plenty more remaining in the Supercharger. This engine will be on display at the 2013 SEMA show Booth # 25053 www.facebook.com/lpehp





Supercharged Denali Launch 1
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Cadillac Escalade Suicide Doors with Supercharger
2009 Cadillac Escalade - Customized with many features including suicide doors, Giovanna 26" wheels, Toyo tires, Asanti grill and vents, Magna Charger Supercharger, Wilwood 16" brakes, Corsa Exhaust, Focal Speakers, Kenwood head unit with JL Audio amps and subwoofer, leather/suede interior. Note the door handles of the rear doors - they have been moved forward and also the roof rack is gone.





Lingenfelter 427 chassis dyno testing
Lingenfelter 427, LS9 cylinder heads, LPE GT9 camshaft, Magnuson 2300 Supercharger




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