A year after the 2014 Corvette Stingray’s debut, tuners have only begun to scratch the surface of the C7’s potential. What we’ve seen so far makes us happy, though − who ever imagined that a slightly modified new car could dip into the 10s with ease? It wasn’t too long ago that you needed 13:1 compression, open headers, slicks, and a roll cage to dip into the 10s, but look at Late Model Racecraft’s LMR800 Corvette and you’ll be singing Happy Days Are Here Again.
LMR has several upgrades for C7s, starting with the LMR550, then moving up to the LMR630, LMT700 Supercharged, LMR800 Twin-Turbo, and LMR 1000 Turbo. The C7 in the below video is equipped with the LMR800 package which includes the following:
- Professionally Installed Twin Turbo System
- LMR Badging
- Dyno Tune
Eight-hundred horsepower may sound complicated, but LMR makes it sound so easy − who knew? All for the rock-bottom price of $24,999.99. But don’t take our word for it − check out the video and marvel at 10.29 seconds @ 140 mph, all thanks to a “package that was engineered for people who want their cars to drive like stock yet be able to run when they need it.”