If there is one downfall to having a car show in the middle of Summer, some might say it’s the heat. Well, the Holley LS-Fest is a “hot” event that eliminated the heated conditions by announcing that their 2016 event will be happening On September 9, 10, and 11. That might seem like a long time away, but you should probably make plans now, as Holley has announced that preregistration is now open for Holley LS Fest 2016.
Read the complete story: http://www.dragzine.com/news/all-things-ls-powered-to-converge-in-bowling-green-ky/
Corvette engine experts Lingenfelter Performance Engineering and performance suspension specialist RideTech have teamed up again to sponsor the Gold Autocross event during the 2016 Bloomington Gold Corvette gathering at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, June 23-25, 2016.
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Ah, the local early-morning cars and coffee meets. A relaxing drive to your favorite local hangout, good coffee and pleasant people. As a small-town Traverse City, Mich., resident visiting the Detroit area, I wasn’t fully anticipating all the action that Lingenfelter’s Cars and Coffee would bring to my morning. It blew me out of the water.
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One of the hottest cars on the just-underway Hot Rod Power Tour is sure to be this Continental Extreme Yellow C7 Corvette.
The wild Corvette is the result of a collaboration between Continental Tire and the legendary Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
The one-of-a-kind Corvette will draw a lot of attention during the seven-cities-in-seven-days Hot Rod Power Tour, which kicked off Saturday in Baton Rouge, La., and ends Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
Read the complete story: http://www.corvetteblogger.com/2016/06/14/corvette-stingray-lingenfelter-continental-tires-joins-hot-rod-power-tour/
A partnership with Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (LPE) allows owners to consider engine options like never before. Supercharged, twin turbo or naturally aspirated engines can give your Kustom Corvette up to 1,038 horsepower…
Read the complete story: http://www.chevyhardcore.com/news/have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too-the-karl-custom-corvette-story/
In 1988, Bob Hunnicutt, a Florida car collector and hot-rodder, working with his famous tuner friend, Jim Formato, set out to transform a stock 240HP 1985 Corvette into what they came to call the “Bad Ass Vette of Miami.” Their timing was perfect because John Lingenfelter, who won an amazing 13 National Hot Rod Association titles, had just perfected an engine package based on over-boring the stock 350 cu in (5.7L) Chevy small block to 383 cu in (6.2L) and adding specially designed Lingenfelter camshaft, pistons, heads and manifold and multiple other goodies. Lingenfelter’s mods nearly doubled the horsepower and significantly increased the torque. When they were finished Bob and Jim had built one of the first Lingenfelter Corvettes.
Click link to read more: http://www.corvettemuseum.org/1985-lingenfelter-corvette-donated/