Equipped with the 750 Package from Late Model Racecraft, this 2016 Corvette Z06 put down 642 horsepower to the rear wheels. This represents a drivetrain loss of 14-15 percent, which is about what you’d expect. Though that’s not to take away from the lunacy of feeding a ‘roided up Corvette even more steroids.
Talking about peak power is one thing, but how the car performs is a different story. Almost anyone can build a dyno queen that nets a glorious amount of power for a few pulls before meeting its demise due to a catastrophic failure. But to build a car that can perform consistently pull after pull after pull, and then driven home, now that’s a build that requires expertise.
We’ve seen a lot coming from LMR, and it seems to be getting more and more popular as the months go by. This popularity and growing customer base have to be the signs of something good, right?
For now, we’ll just observe videos featuring badass builds like this C7 Z06 and give a speculative “yes.”