Lingenfelter Performance Engineering will soon raffle off a tuned 650-horsepower GM LS engine, with all proceeds from ticket sales benefitting the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The grand prize for this raffle is a tuned Lingenfelter GM LS V8 engine from its Eliminator Spec product family. The crate engine features a blueprinted 427 cubic inch block based on the LS engine design and boasts Lingenfelter heads, LSX springs, Borla eight-stack injection, a forged and balanced rotating assembly and a Lingenfelter roller camshaft. This engine typically retails for around $30,000 and is one of the most high-performance naturally aspirated engine packages produced by the American tuning company.
Raffle tickets for this prize draw are available for purchase via this link. A single ticket will cost $50, while a bundle of five tickets is available for $200. More ticket bundles are available up to a maximum of 80 tickets, which costs $2,500. The winning ticket will be drawn by Dave Kindig, owner of Kindig It Design and the star of the hit reality TV show Bitchin’ Rides at Lingenfelter’s 21st Annual Blue Suede Cruise on July 30th, 2022. The winner does not need to be present to win, but Lingenfelter encourages enthusiasts of all types to attend the Blue Suede Cruise – a three-day classic car show and drag racing event held between July 29th and July 31st at Summit Motorsports Park in Ohio.
As an interesting aside, the 427 Eliminator Spec LS engine that will be raffled is the exact same motor found under the hood of Kindig’s unique CF-1 Roadster that debuted at last year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The CF1 Roadster pulls inspiration from the C1 Corvette and incorporates Kindig’s own design choices. It rides on a custom Roadster Shop chassis and features full carbon fiber body panels and unique Forgeline alloy wheels.