It is just another day at the office for Lingenfelter Performance engineers, performing dyno tests on a fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 pushing the ponies upwards of 1,000 hp. Some healthy shots of nitrous go a long way in producing these wild numbers.
Lingenfelter performance engineering (LPE) released a video showing off their aftermarket goodies that will make a Camaro ZL1 reach 1,000 hp. Of the two tests seen on video, the first test reads 874 rwhp with 784 lb-ft of torque with a 100-shot of nitrous. The second test reads a whopping 1,066 rwhp and 881 lb-ft of torque with another 100-shot of nitrous, according to the graphic in the video.
The parts under the hood that are helping produce the power are Lingenfelter CNC porting and polishing heads, Lingenfelter camshaft, Magnuson Heartbeat TVS2300 supercharger, with the combination of a temperature-based relay controller. Lastly, a Lingenfelter NCC-002 controls the nitrous feed, and helping this beast scream is a Corsa stainless steel exhaust with polished tips.