Mark Stielow calls this 1969 Camaro the Red Devil because of the red paint and the 427 ci LS9 V8 sitting under the hood. The engine is built by Thomas Automotive and produces 762 horsepower and 800 lb-ft of torque. The monster motor is able to propel the Camaro 0-60 mph in 3.29 seconds and … Read more
Ford Lighting and Dodge SRT10 owners now have to worry about a truck with bowtie power catching them. A performace shop out of Houston called Fastlane has taken a Silverado and swapped a Corvette LS7 motor under the hood. The swap includes the 500 horsepower engine, a Baer brake kit upgrade, four-link suspension, some body … Read more
A 1964 Corvette with a single turbo LS1 swap. On some street tires and about 10 psi of boost, it was able to put down a 10.4 second drag run. Source: LS1Tech
This is a very unique 1969 Camaro built by Carlevale Custom Cars. Not only does it have a huge motor but also has a transmission rarely seen on a street car. Under the hood you will a 707 cubic inch V8 taking up all the space. The engine is constructed by a Donovan block and … Read more
A member over at LS1tech.com is selling his 1968 Nova for $26,900. The car has a 450 horsepower LS1 and does 11.6 second runs down the quarter mile. If you are interested head over to his sale thread to read about all the over upgrades.
The Cota Brothers have recently completed installation of a LS3 in a 1963 Nova Wagon. The stock clip and steering box was used as well as equal length headers and power brakes. No sheet metal was cut to install motor or 4l65E transmission. All together the Nova weighs 2985 pounds. Without a tune the motor … Read more